Public health refers to the well-being of the community. It is a bout protecting and improving health through education, promotion and monitoring of hazards. At a local level, public health involves immunisation programs, food safety and surveillance, ongoing water monitoring, tobacco control, public health risk activities, safety of public buildings and the regulatory management of these issues.
DHHS have provided an update on the Stainless Steel Water Tanks. Simply follow the link below for more information or call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738.
DHHS have provided an update on Ebola. Simply follow the link below for more information.