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Health promotion resources

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Title Year Author Type
Asbestos: A guide for householders and the general public 2012 Environmental Health Subcommittee (enHealth) Booklet
Bushlight - renewable energy for remote Aboriginal communities 2013 Parish, T. Audiovisual
Environmental Health Directorate year book: July 2011 – June 2012 2012 Western Australian Environmental Health Directorate Report
Environmental Health Directorate year book: July 2012 – June 2013 2013 Western Australian Environmental Health Directorate Report
Flood hazards – protecting your health and safety 2007 Victorian Environmental Health Unit Factsheet
Healthy communities healthy environment 2000 Department of Health and Ageing and enHealth Council Poster
Housing for health: the guide 2013 Healthabitat Electronic source
How a septic tank works 2011 Torzillo, J. Audiovisual
How design can help fight poverty 2013 Pholeros, P. Audiovisual
Larrakia calendar 2013 Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation Gulumoerrgin (Larrakia) Traditional Owners Electronic source
SNAP into life 2010 Tippetts, A. Resource package
The breath, blow, cough, wash and chew resources 2008 Fatnowna, S. Resource package
Unflued gas heaters and your health 2005 enHealth Council Leaflet
Wadeye environmental health workers' presentation: improving health in Wadeye nd Wadeye Environmental Health Department Electronic source
Last updated: 15 April 2014
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