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WHEN I moved from Manchester to Conwy in September 1969 to take up my post as a Public Health Inspector, there were nine main sewers between Glan Conwy and Deganwy beach, all discharging the Borough's sewage directly into the estuary.
INTERNATIONAL LISTINGS Jamaica October 21-28, 2012: 66th Annual Conference and Exhibition, sponsored by the Jamaica Association of Public Health Inspectors.
A well-placed source in Sri Lanka connected with the tournament said public health inspectors had checked the food given to the players and found nothing troublesome.
Fawaz Abdullah, who heads the food control section at RAK Municipality, said that eight outlets were found violating the rules by the public health inspectors during the inspection campaigns carried out in different areas of the emirate.
Public health inspectors, aquatics managers, state and local health officials and regulators are encouraged to attend and participate in this critical learning opportunity.
It seems to me that we are going full circle because there was a time when we had Medical Officers of Health with their own departments which included public health inspectors, health visitors and domiciliary midwives and the Medical Officer of Health produced an annual report.
The draft legislation, which is to be fast-tracked through parliament, will allow public health inspectors to shut down the production and sale of psychoactive substances, to seize supplies and to impose fines on producers and sellers.
Giorgallas said public health inspectors had taken more sample of foodstuffs on Monday and based on the results the service would take the appropriate action.