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  • 2017-2018 Food Act 2008 and Public Health Act 2016 Reporting

    Local Government enforcement agencies are required to report to the Department of Health on their performance of functions under the Food Act 2008 (Food Act) (as required by section 121) and the Public Health Act 2016 (Public Health Act) (as required by section 22). The Food Act reporting... More
    Closes in 1 week
  • Management of public health risks associated with sanitation provision at construction sites and mobile, temporary or remote worksites

    There are a number of situations where people may have to work where no permanent toilet facilities are available. These situations could include: Construction Sites Roadside clean ups, road works or road maintenance works Tree planting or other natural resource... More
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  • Temporary toilets regulation review

    Temporary toilets are predominately used in three types of situations Temporary worksites Events Situations where a permanent toilet is not available or increased numbers of toilets are temporarily required. WA has historically been the only state to regulate... More
    Closes in 3 weeks
  • Cloth materials regulation review

    The key focus of this review is to obtain feedback on the most effective option for managing public health risks associated with cloth materials in Western Australia. Please read the Discussion Paper entitled Managing the public health risks of cloth materials in Western Australia ,... More
    Closes in 4 weeks
  • 2017-2018 Local Government Public Health Act Optional Reporting

    The 2017/2018 Local Government optional reporting is designed to assist the WA Department of Health with the Regulation Review Program that is currently being undertaken as part of the Public Health Act 2016 implementation. The consultation is based on activities undertaken during the 2017/2018... More
    Closes in 1 month
  • WA Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Strategies 2019-2023

    The Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program (SHBBVP) is undertaking consultation to inform the development of the Western Australian (WA) Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus (BBV) Strategies 2019 - 2023 and invites you to provide feedback. ( WA Sexual Health and BBV Strategies 2015 – 2018... More
    Closes in 2 months
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