What Does an Environmental Health Officer Do?


Environmental health officers use their specialist skills and knowledge to develop, co-ordinate and implement public health policies. They work to ensure that people have improved quality of life and live within a healthier society. EHOs are dedicated towards monitoring, improving and enforcing public or environmental health standards.
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An environment health officer is responsible for protecting members of the public from diseases and other health dangers. They ensure that people live and work in a healthy environment, especially in the area of food safety, public health, housing standards and monitoring the protection of dangerous environmental hazards.
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