REHIS News

Exciting new funding to help Scottish businesses save energy

The Scottish Government is committed to supporting small and medium-sized Scottish businesses to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions. Its interest-free SME Loan Scheme has already provided Scottish businesses with over £26 million in loans for over 1,000 energy saving projects. 

Now, for a limited time only, businesses using the interest-free loan can also grab a cashback grant of up to £20,000.

Scottish tobacco-free alliance online events

ASH Scotland is presenting an online Learning Festival with the Scottish Tobacco-free Alliance, in the week beginning Monday 30th November. The SCOT coalition keeps a focus on joining up on intelligence and influence, while the STA majors on information sharing and cross sectoral networking – both networks offer free membership and these online events are free to join, you’ll find programme and registration details here.

New Cleaner Air for Scotland strategy published

The Scottish Government has published Cleaner Air for Scotland 2 (CAFS2) for consultation. 

The new clean air strategy for Scotland that builds on the progress made since the introduction of Cleaner Air for Scotland: The Road to a Healthier Future (CAFS) published in 2015.

REHIS Training Advisers carry out remote monitoring visits

With the opportunities to conduct the standard visits to Training Centres delivering the REHIS Community courses being restricted at present, the Training Advisers role has had to adapt to doing some virtual audits.

In memory of George Brechin, OBE

The Institute are saddened to hear of the passing of George Brechin, OBE. Mr Brechin was a great supporter of the Institute and was known to many.

Environmental Health Officers enforce new coronavirus regulations

On 9 October the Scottish Government published legislation to introduce temporary restrictions to help reduce the spread of the virus. The Regulations partially came into force at 6pm on Friday, 9 October and fully came into force on Saturday, 10 October.

COVID- Diary Hazel Stevenson- The Work of the ETC-19 Group

Hazel Stevenson, Environmental Health Manager at Aberdeen City Council COVID-diary contribution accounts the incredible work carried out by the COVID-19 Expert Officers Group and also then answers questions on how her role at the local authority has changed.

The Work of the ETC19 Group

Spot checks and inspections at schools in Scotland

Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspectors have carried out a programme of COVID-secure school spot checks in Scotland regarding the implementation of school reopening guidance.

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