Would you like to submit to the 2016 EHAI Yearbook? Here's your chance. Read on and get scribbling!
The EHAI hosted a very successful John Shelly Bursary and Awards night on the 4th December last. Read on to see who the very worthy recipients of our awards were.
The Minister for Health Mr. Leo Varadkar launched the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill from the College of Physicians yesterday at 2.00pm. For details of the main provisions and the associated EHAI press release read on.
On the 18th September last the EHAI held a very successful launch to our 2016 yearbook. All credit goes to Damien Lynch and his editorial team for this excellent publication. A link to the yearbook is attached.
The EHAI are proud to present their first food informational video: ‘Food Information to Consumers – An Introduction’. The presentation marks World Environmental Health Day 2015. Click here to find out more...
Today saw the official launch of the EHAI Open Farms Guidance Document. C
A very successful training day for licensed trainers day took place today in the Ashling Hotel.
The EHAI hosted a very successful John Shelly Bursary and Awards night on the 5th December last.
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health and the Environmental Health Assocation of Ireland have entered into an historic agreement to mutually recognise Environmental Health graduates from Ireland and the UK.
The EHAI 2014 Yearbook was launched in Heraghty House on the 19th September last.
For more information on the recently enacted Sunbed Legislation read on...
The Minister for Health James Reilly attended a photocall for the launch of the Sunbed legislation with the EHAI.
The Minister for Health Dr. James Reilly directly addressed Environmental Health Officers at the Environmental Health Forum on the 23rd May 2014. Follow this link to see his full speech.
The all Ireland Environmental Health Forum took place on the 22nd and 23rd of May in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk.
The EHAI is registered with FETAC to offer programmes leading to FETAC awards in the National Framework of Qualifications and has agreed its quality assurance procedures with FETAC
“Safe Food Healthy Business” is a food safety application. The app is aimed primarily at food businesses. The purpose of the app is described by its owners as a “one stop shop” for food safety. This app is not the property of the EHAI.