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Responding to environmental health incidents: community involvement handbook (2006)

Author

EnHealth Council

City

Canberra

Type

Report

Institution

Department of Health and Ageing

 

Description

This handbook is for environmental health practitioners in local and state government who look into the public health consequences of environmental health incidents (for example spills, fires or contamination). Community involvement is vital for the effective management of an incident and its after-effects. This handbook contains information, references and methods environmental health practitioners can use to involve the community in decisions affecting their community.

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Last updated: 12 December 2011
 
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