Chartered Institute of Environmental Health

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health is the professional voice for the field of environmental health. They provide information for local government, and public health practitioners.

Chadwick Court
15 Hatfields
London
SE1 8DJ
UK
Website: https://www.cieh.org/
Tel: 020 7827 5800

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Amenity standards for houses in multiple occupation 1994 Red
Commission on housing renewal and public health - final report 2007 Green
Contaminated land: Development of contaminated land - professional guidance 1990 Red
Control of odour and noise from commercial kitchen exhaust systems - report to department for environment, food and rural affairs 2004 Red
Environmental health for sustainable development 1995 Red
Fire safety for houses in multiple occupation 1995 Red
Food safety - first principles 1998 Red
Food safety for supervisors 2000 Red
Hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) in training: food safety principles made easy 2000 Red
Industry guide to good hygiene practice: baking guide 1997 Red
Industry guide to good hygiene practice: butchers' shop licensing (supplement to the retail guide) 2001 Red
Industry guide to good hygiene practice: catering guide 1997 Red
Industry guide to good hygiene practice: fresh produce guide 1999 Red
Industry guide to good hygiene practice: retail guide 1997 Red
Industry guide to good hygiene practice: vending and dispensing guide (supplement to the catering guide) 2000 Red
Industry guide to good hygiene practice: wholesale distributors guide 1998 Red
Space standards in new dwellings 1989 Red
Survey to Local Authorities on the incidence of light pollution 1994 Red
Travellers and gypsies - an alternative strategy 1996 Red
Urban foxes: guidelines on their management 2013 Amber

 

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