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EHA : Annual Review and Yearbook 2008
Board of Directors Environmental Health Australia Immediate Past President and Director (To 19 May 2008) Bruce Morton FAIEH Bruce has been working in the area of Environmental Health with local and state government since he graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 1993 and is currently employed as the Director, Environmental Health Services, West Moreton Population Health Unit, Queensland Health. Bruce also holds qualifications of a Master of Health Science, Graduate Diploma in Health Promotion and Graduate Certificate in Management. He joined EHA as a student member in 1990 and has been a full member since 1994. Bruce was elected to the Queensland Division State Council in 1997 and has held a number of positions on the Council. He has been a National Board Director since 2002, holding a number of positions during his time, including the 2008 IFEH World Congress Organising Committee. Bruce is the Immediate Past National President of EHA and was advanced to the level of Fellow on 14 May 2008. Professor Nancy Cromar MAIEH Professor Nancy Cromar (BSc Hons, PhD, Napier University, Edinburgh) is currently Head of Department and Postgraduate Academic Coordinator in the Department of Environmental Health at Flinders University. Her research focus is on health-related aspects of water quality and risk assessment and management of microbial water quality related issues. Prof. Cromar is the senior editor of the popular Oxford University Press text Environmental Health in Australia and New Zealand. She has been Convenor of the National Short Courses in Environmental Health since 1996 and an expert member of the Public & Environmental Health Council of SA since 1995. She also chairs the Advisory Board for EHA journal Environmental Health. Prof. Cromar has received an EHA (SA) award for Outstanding Individual Environmental Health Professional of the Year. She currently chairs the International Faculty Forum, which is linked to the International Federation of Environmental Health (IFEH). Stephen Davidson FAIEH Stephen is the Proprietor of ‘Food Safety Management Solutions’ and has over twenty six (26) years experience in both Government and Private Sectors. He has been an active member of Environmental Health Australia (formerly AIEH) for many years, holding the positions of NSW Vice President, Board Director and National President 2003-2004. He has also held the positions of Director of the International Federation of Environmental Health (IFEH) and member of Restaurant & Catering NSW (Gold Licence Accreditation) Board. In 2006 Stephen was recognised for his dedication and service to EHA and the profession of Environmental Health, with advancement to Fellow membership status. Stephen’s qualifications include Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental Health), Diploma in Applied Science (Health & Building Surveying), Certificate IV Training & Workplace Assessment and a Diploma in Horticulture. He joined EHA as a member in 1993. Stephen’s background includes Environmental Health Management, International Food Safety Auditing, Training, Lecturing, Horticulture and Business Management. His experience includes food safety auditing throughout Asia Pacific, food safety management at the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Sydney Royal Easter Show, Rugby World Cup and major sporting and entertainment activities at Sydney Olympic Park. Stephen has advised State and Federal Government bodies on environmental health matters and represented the profession and EHA on many key committees and working parties. EHA ANNUAL REPORT 2008 3