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EHA : Yearkbook 2009
(from Nov 2008 to March 2009) Jeff McNamara LFEHA Jeff graduated in 1979 and embarked on a career in local government environmental health, first in suburban Sydney, then in regional Tasmania. His career has spanned operational roles in the day-to-day functions of an EHO, to middle level management, then to senior management as a director of a multi- disciplinary department. He holds academic qualifications in environmental health, building surveying, human resources, technology management, corporate governance, and business and has actively represented the discipline of environmental health at the local, state and national level throughout his career, being made a Life Fellow in 2005. His interest in life-long learning has led him to embark on a new career teaching in the tertiary education sector (University of Tasmania and TAFE Tasmania) and corporate governance (Director of a waste management business). (from Nov 2008) Kate Oliver AEHA Kate's qualifications include a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Hons) and a Bachelor of Behavioural Science. She currently works as a lawyer with Norman Waterhouse in Adelaide, a multi-service law firm that specialises in local government. Kate's practice involves the provision of advice to local government clients on a range of matters including the following: • governance related issues, including meeting procedures, delegations and authorisations; and • regulatory matters, including the issuing of notices and the undertaking of prosecution under various pieces of legislation administered by local government. A large part of Kate's practice consists of advising and representing local government in relation to public and environmental health matters and food matters. She has established herself as a leading practitioner in the environmental health field and is actively involved in the provision of training to Environmental Health Officers across South Australia and has a strong interest in the establishment of best practice initiatives for Environmental Health Officers and local government generally. In particular, Kate has had extensive involvement in the establishment of template instruments of delegation and authorisation for Environmental Health Officers and other officers of local government to assist local government in ensuring the effective and lawful exercise of powers by those officers. Board of Directors EHA YEARBOOK 2009 5 Environmental Health Australia
Annual Review and Yearbook 2008
EHA Yearbook 2010