In this weeks newsletter you will find a webinar, the FSA’s Annual Science Report & prosecutions.
Author Archive: theEHP
I qualified as an Environmental Health Practitioner (EHP) 1999. Between 1999 and 2003 I worked in Local Authority Private Sector Housing Departments as an Environmental Health Practitioner where I specialised in housing.
I started working as a Housing Consultant in 2001 and left Local Government in 2003.
I have a BSc Hons in Environmental Health and a PG Dip in Housing. I am currently studying a PG Dip in Surveying.
I am a member of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health and a Student Member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
This webinar starts with a presentation by Steve Pepper on the new Food Information Regulations (Allergens), which are due out on the 13th of December. It is followed by a discussion about the topic. Length 36:00.
Public Health England is continuing to work with government colleagues to ensure the UK remains alert to, and prepared for, the risk of Ebola. The overall risk of Ebola to the UK remains low.
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This webinar starts with a presentation by Steve Pepper on E.coli O157 update and is followed by a discussion about the topic. Length 27:40.
A London-based landlord was fined £3,500 and ordered to pay costs of £3,807 after failing to comply with a Formal Improvement Notice served by St Helens Council.
The Food Standards Agency’s has published it’s Annual Science Report which provides information about their investment in science, evidence and analysis during 2013/14.
A Llanelli man must pay more than £700 after being convicted of a dog fouling offence.
A landlord convicted of a string of offences which put the tenants of his Chester bedsits at risk has been ordered to repay housing benefit totaling more than £5,000.
Dumping tyres and old car parts has cost a local garage owner dearly this week after he was ordered to pay almost £7,000 following a prosecution by Croydon Council.
DARLINGTON residents are warned against using unlicensed tattooists after a local woman complained about the tattoo she received.
At Truro Magistrates’ Court Joseph Thompson of Block and Estate Management Ltd of Colchester, Essex pleaded guilty to offences under the Clean Air Act 1993 (Photos on Flickr).
The owner of the former Chinese Chef restaurant in Bridge Street, Neston, has pleaded guilty to 12 food safety and hygiene offences, and has been fined £600 and ordered to pay costs of £1,250.
Wolverhampton City Council has welcomed the suspended prison term given to a fast food restaurant owner who tampered with evidence and obstructed environmental health officers as they investigated a serious cockroach infestation at his premises (Video embedded).
Denbighshire County Council has welcomed the sentencing in the case of a company and its director following the death of an employee.
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