CIEH to host debate on future of environmental health
As part of Environmental Health News’ 30th Anniversary celebrations, the CIEH is set to host an exclusive panel debate looking at the future of environmental health.
Chaired by the long-serving Editor of EHN, Will Hatchett, the panel debate is taking place on the evening of Monday 6 June at CIEH’s headquarters on the Southbank.
On the night Mr Hatchett will be joined by a panel of leading environmental health experts including Lisa Ackerley, Hygiene Consultant, CIEH President Tim Everett, Dawn Welham, Technical Director of Sai Global, Allan Hampshire, Head of Public Protection at Cornwall Council, and Student Environmental Health Practitioner, Peter Jenkins.
The panel will tackle some of the biggest issues facing environmental health in the coming 30 years and topics up for debate include: who will regulate what, challenges to public health and climate change.
35 free seats have been reserved exclusively for CIEH members and those lucky enough to attend will get to take part in the 40 minute panel discussion with Q and A session, followed by a drinks reception where you can meet the panellists and talk to your peers.
Will Hatchett said: “Those working in environmental health face a difficult time ahead. Join us to investigate what changes are expected and what crucial provisions CIEH’s members can make to best prepare for the future.
“The panel comprises forward thinking professionals from across the broad spectrum of environmental health and we hope to see lots of members join us and make this event a huge success.”
Reserve your place now to talk about the opportunities and challenges of the future: http://www.cieh.org/membership/the-changing-face-of-environmental-health.html