This Week At theEHP

theEHP Newsletter – No 106

theEHP Newsletter – No 106

| 8 April, 2014 | 22:51 | Reply

In this weeks newsletter you will find the more Top 10 Lists, raw milk video-on-demand, lots of prosecutions & jobs.

‘Book Deals on Amazon’ has been a regular feature in theEHP Newsletter for some time. In this feature, I have provide links to a short list of Environmental Health Book Deals on the Amazon.

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theEHP Newsletter – No 105

theEHP Newsletter – No 105

| 17 March, 2014 | 23:16 | Reply

In this weeks newsletter you will find the Third Top 10 List, record lodgers, lots of prosecutions & jobs.

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theEHP Newsletter – No 104

theEHP Newsletter – No 104

| 13 February, 2014 | 22:41 | Reply

In this weeks newsletter you will find the Second Top 10 List, lots of prosecutions & jobs.

This week I have released the second Top 10 List. This is a list of the Top 10 Articles on theEHP. You can view the list here.

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Housing

Top 10 Housing Article 2013

Top 10 Housing Article 2013

| 6 April, 2014 | 13:08 | Reply

I have compiled a list of 2013′s ten most popular housing articles on theEHP. This list has been complied by analysing the most viewed articles on the site.

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Housing: Fine for rogue landlord

Housing: Fine for rogue landlord

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:41 | Reply

A landlord who was letting out three self contained outbuildings at the back of a house in Hounslow has been fined almost £6,500 following a prosecution by Hounslow Council.

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Housing: Fine for Bangor property owner

Housing: Fine for Bangor property owner

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:41 | Reply

The owner of a Bangor property has been ordered to pay £2,500 and will be required to carry out immediate improvement work on his house at Caellepa in the city.

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Food Safety

Food Safety: Watch the FSA raw milk event online

Food Safety: Watch the FSA raw milk event online

| 6 April, 2014 | 19:58 | Reply

The Food Standards Agency’s consultation event on the future of raw milk regulation is now available as a video-on-demand. The event, which was chaired by broadcaster Julian Worricker, was held on 31 March 2014.

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Top 10 Food Safety Articles 2013

Top 10 Food Safety Articles 2013

| 6 April, 2014 | 13:07 | Reply

I have compiled a list of 2013′s ten most popular food safety articles on theEHP. This list has been complied by analysing the most viewed articles on the site.

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Food Safety: Successful Food Hygiene Prosecution by Fareham

Food Safety: Successful Food Hygiene Prosecution by Fareham

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:40 | Reply

Fareham Borough Council has successfully prosecuted the owner of Kams Palace, for five offences under the Food Hygiene Regulations and two offences under Health and Safety legislation.

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Health & Safety

Top 10 Health & Safety Article 2013

Top 10 Health & Safety Article 2013

| 6 April, 2014 | 13:05 | Reply

I have compiled a list of 2013′s ten most popular health & safety articles on theEHP. This list has been complied by analysing the most viewed articles on the site.

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Health & Safety: Mansfield care provider fned for asbestos offence

Health & Safety: Mansfield care provider fned for asbestos offence

| 4 March, 2014 | 20:51 | Reply

A Mansfield care provider has been ordered to pay fines and costs of £24,000 after it admitted failing to properly manage the risk of exposing workers to asbestos.

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Health & Safety: Birmingham prosecutes company over windows safety failure

Health & Safety: Birmingham prosecutes company over windows safety failure

| 17 November, 2013 | 12:28 | Reply

Birmingham City Council has successfully prosecuted a care home company which failed to fit adequate safety catches on windows, allowing a vulnerable resident to fall and sustain life-threatening injuries.

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Environmental Protection

Top 10 Environmental Protection Articles 2013

Top 10 Environmental Protection Articles 2013

| 6 April, 2014 | 13:04 | Reply

I have compiled a list of 2012′s ten most popular environmental protection articles on theEHP. This list has been complied by analysing the most viewed articles on the site.

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Environmental protection: Fined for fly-tipping asbestos

Environmental protection: Fined for fly-tipping asbestos

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:41 | Reply

A woman who fly-tipped asbestos tiles near to junior football teams’ changing rooms has been fined.

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Environmental Protection: Home owner prosecuted for failing to clean up property

Environmental Protection: Home owner prosecuted for failing to clean up property

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:41 | Reply

Hull City Council has successfully prosecuted a home owner in Hull under the Environmental Act 1990 for failing to clean up their property on Wellsted Street.

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Public Health

Public Health: Scarlet fever on the rise in England

Public Health: Scarlet fever on the rise in England

| 6 April, 2014 | 19:26 | Reply

Public Health England (PHE) has reported a continued significant increase in scarlet fever notifications across England with 883 new cases reported from 24 to 30 March: the highest weekly total across all weekly records available since 1982.

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Top 10 Public Health Articles 2013

Top 10 Public Health Articles 2013

| 6 April, 2014 | 13:03 | Reply

I have compiled a list of 2013′s ten most popular public health articles on theEHP. This list has been complied by analysing the most viewed articles on the site.

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Public Health: Man to pay fines and costs totalling £754 following dog fouling incident

Public Health: Man to pay fines and costs totalling £754 following dog fouling incident

| 15 January, 2014 | 22:10 | Reply

At Truro Magistrates Court on Friday 08 November 2013, Newquay resident Mr Roger Parks Hobkinson (70) of Clifden Close, was ordered to pay fines and costs totalling £754 for failing to clear up after a dog in his control had fouled at The Gannel, Newquay. The dog was also not wearing a collar.

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Other Recent Posts

Environmental Protection: Van man’s loudspeaker on the scrapheap

Environmental Protection: Van man’s loudspeaker on the scrapheap

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:41 | Reply

A scrap metal dealer has been fined more than £1,500 for causing a noise disturbance to Coventry residents.

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Housing: Cornwall successfully prosecutes landlord of Newquay property

Housing: Cornwall successfully prosecutes landlord of Newquay property

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:40 | Reply

On 17 January 2014 at Truro Magistrates Court, Cornwall Council’s Private Sector Housing Team successfully prosecuted landlords Michelle Rachel Bathe and Stacey Darren Bathe of Devon for failing to comply with the requirements of the Housing Act 2004

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Food Safety: French restaurant fined for food hygiene breaches

Food Safety: French restaurant fined for food hygiene breaches

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:40 | Reply

A Brighton restaurant that voluntarily closed after council officers found dead mice and rodent droppings was ordered to pay just over £4,500 at Brighton Magistrate’s court for food hygiene breaches on Thursday, 2 January.

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Food Safety: Mouse droppings in the Ocean

Food Safety: Mouse droppings in the Ocean

| 31 March, 2014 | 23:40 | Reply

A Brighton restaurant has pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to keep its premises clean after council food safety officers discovered mouse droppings in a saucepan.

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Jobs: Principal Scientific Services Officer

Jobs: Principal Scientific Services Officer

| 28 March, 2014 | 09:33 | Reply

You must have experience in dealing with complex Public Health matters, including, Statutory Nuisance, Contaminated Land, Air Pollution and prescribed processes and hold a relevant Degree or Diploma in Acoustics, Contaminated Land, Environmental Health or Pollution Control.

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Jobs: Environmental Health Office / Noise Officer

Jobs: Environmental Health Office / Noise Officer

| 28 March, 2014 | 09:30 | Reply

Environmental Health Office / Noise Officer to work on rota for Friday and Saturday nights. You will be dealing with both commercial and residential noise nuisance complaints.

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Jobs: Senior Environmental Health Officer (Private Sector Housing)

Jobs: Senior Environmental Health Officer (Private Sector Housing)

| 28 March, 2014 | 09:26 | Reply

To undertake the full range of duties appropriate to the Section as required, being responsible for the completion of work programmes and tasks laid down by the Team Manager including the supervision of Environmental Health Practitioners.

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Jobs: Community Safety / Street Scene Enforcement Officer

Jobs: Community Safety / Street Scene Enforcement Officer

| 28 March, 2014 | 09:23 | Reply

The purpose of this role is to provide high quality community safety services both relating to understanding customer concerns, problem solving and delivery of community based projects to reduce community tensions, crime and disorder and the fear of crime.

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Jobs: Environmental Protection/Environmental Health Officer

Jobs: Environmental Protection/Environmental Health Officer

| 28 March, 2014 | 09:18 | Reply

Environmental Protection/Environmental Health Officer required in the Midlands.

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theEHP’s Top 10 RPT Decisions 2013

theEHP’s Top 10 RPT Decisions 2013

| 17 March, 2014 | 22:04 | Reply

I have compiled a list of 2013′s ten most popular RPT Decisions on theEHP. This list has been complied by analysing the most viewed RPT Decisions on the site.

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