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HSE's QUIT campaign moves to new phase

(29 Aug 2011)

HSE's QUIT campaign moves to new phase, with a growing army of supporters and success stories.

Job Bulletin

(03 Aug 2011)

There is another new job on the jobs board for you to check out - Food Safety Trainer & Auditor. click here to read more

Calling for nominations for the John Shelley Bursary

(27 Jul 2011)

Dear Members - Your Branch is now seeking nominations for the John Shelley Bursary 2011. Click here for further details on the requirements for nominations.

Date for the Diary

(17 Jul 2011)

DATE FOR THE DIARY: World Environmental Health Day 2011 takes place on Monday the 26th of September 2011. Keep an eye on the website over the coming weeks to see what events the EHOA will have to mark the day.

EHOA gets "Last Word" with Matt Cooper

EHOA gets "Last Word" with Matt Cooper

(13 Jul 2011)

PRO for the EHOA - Lisa Fitzpatrick spoke with Matt Cooper on the Last Word on Today FM. Click to hear the interview in full.

Find us on Facebook !!

Find us on Facebook !!

(12 Jul 2011)

The EHOA have joined facebook so log on and find us under Ehoa Ireland. Here you will find useful links to all aspects of Environmental Health and up to date information on the Associations activities.

QUIT Campaign

(13 Jun 2011)

EHOA support the QUIT Campaign The Chairman of the EHOA announces the Associations support for the HSE’s QUIT Campaign formally launched today Monday the 13th of June 2011. The EHOA have been to the fore of tobacco control and smoking cessation and were prominent in the instigation of the Workplace Tobacco Ban. Whilst the tobacco ban has been entirely successful in improving workplace air quality and reduced the effects of second hand smoke on non smokers, there are still about 1 million smokers in Ireland and, each year, 5,500 Irish people die of a tobacco related disease. The HSE estimate that between €1 and €2 billion is spent each year by the HSE in treating tobacco related diseases. For further information please see the HSE Press Release and QUIT Campaign Information Booklet & QUIT Q&A.

QUIT Campaign

(13 Jun 2011)

Missed the Forum?

(12 May 2011)

Members - missed out on this years forum?. All presentaions from the event are now available in the members area. Log in now.

5/6 May EHOA & CIEH NI Region All Island EH Forum

(24 Apr 2011)

The All Island Environmental Health Forum entitled "Back to the Future" takes place on the 5th and 6th of May 2011 in Radisson Blu Farnham Hotel, Co. Cavan. Click here for more details.

Members log in now to download your copy of this years EHOA Yearbook TEN11

(17 Apr 2011)

Members for the first time the EHOA yearbook is now available for you to download via the members section on this website. Just log in and find it under Information Documents.

Attention Trainers

(11 Apr 2011)

Attention Trainers - log on now and check out the full programme details for the up coming EHOA Training Day Event taking place on the 14th of April 2011. Note: This event is now fully subscribed.

EHOA launch Yearbook 2010/2011

(01 Apr 2011)

The Environmental Health Officers’ Association Yearbook 2010/ 2011 edition was launched at 3.00pm on Friday the 25th of March at the EHOA Headquarters, Heraghty House,Bray Co. Wicklow. The yearbook was officially launched by Mr. Gavin Maguire, Assistant National Director of Environemental Health & Emergency Management.

Note to Trainers On Roadshow/Trainers Day

(29 Mar 2011)

Dear Trainer Please click here to check out amendments to the Roadshow previously emailed to you on the 22nd March

EHOA training material features in this months Hospitality Ireland Magazine

(11 Feb 2011)

Information on the newly revised EHOA primary course in food safety was featured in this months Hospitality Ireland Magazine. Check us out on page 36, 37 of Ireland's leading magazine for the hospitality industry.

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