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EHA (NSW) INC TRAINING UPDATE

June 20, 2016
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EHA (NSW) INC TRAINING UPDATE – 16 JUNE 2016
EHA (NSW) INC would like to invite you to the following Training Courses which are are open for registration.

Emergency Management: Fire, Heat and Flood
This training course is endorsed by the International Federation of Environmental Health (IFEH). This is a two day course focussing on:
Emergency Management: Fire, Heat and Flood

on Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 July 2016
at the Penrith Panthers, 123 Mulgoa Road, Penrith.
Key Speakers:
Tim Hatch – Deputy Director of External Affairs for the Alabama Department of Public Centre for Emergency Preparedness; and
Dr Peter Davey – Senior Lecturer Griffith University School of Environment
This course will introduce the environmental health risks during a response to disasters resulting from fire, heat and flood. This includes the need to conduct assessments to identify and address key risks such as those relating to drinking water, shelters, overcrowding, food safety, wastewater, disease-causing vectors, solid waste and hazardous materials.
Who Should Attend this Course?
Emergency Management Officers, Environmental Health Officers
Planners and Building Surveyors, Rangers

You can register online

Public Health School 2016
Venue: Muswellbrook Shire Council, 157 Maitland Street, Muswellbrook
Date: Thursday 28 July 2016
With more responsibility and regulatory powers being afforded to EHOs, never before has it been more important for experienced officers and/or graduates to refresh or update their skills.
Topics for the Public Health School include: cleaning/disinfecting and environmental controls, skin penetration, clandestine laboratories, Warm Water Systems, cooling tower inspections and an update on asbestos management.
Online registrations are now open.