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But if the noise levels remain unchanged or increase, you will have no choice but to make the complaint formally to the local authority Environmental Health department, the landlord of the property, or call the police.
The Health and Safety Executive said that they were not involved in the investigation into the death of the boy because the shops are the responsibility of local authority environmental health departments.
But an inspection by the local authority environmental health officers found the company had complied with legislation.
Its highly-qualified teams include scientists, former Health & Safety Executive inspectors and local authority environmental health officers, trainers and other specialists.
At the same time local authority environmental health officers decide how often to inspect a company based on a set of guidelines that determine how much potential harm it poses.
Yesterday a WAG spokesman said: "While individual organisations with specific skills and experience, like the Food Standards Agency and local authority environmental health officers, are responsible for implementing Professor Pennington's recommendations, theWelsh Assembly Government has ensured the response to report and the initial 2005 outbreak was coordinated robustly and effectively.
Mr Morgan said "poor hygiene practices at the abattoir and the butcher's premises" caused the outbreak, but he added "these failings were not dealt with effectively by the Meat Hygiene Service or local authority environmental health officers".
The law will be enforced by local authority Environmental Health Officers, who will be able to give out fixed-penalty notices to anyone committing an offence.