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EHA : Yearkbook 2009
EHA YEARBOOK 2009 Queensland Branch (continued) Branch Reports Peter McKee – Branch Councillor Bruce Morton – Branch Councillor Sofie Sandberg – Branch Councillor Vince Stephens – Branch Councillor Thomas Tenkate – Branch Councillor Chris Vakas – Branch Councillor Conferences and Training n Delivery of the 69th Annual Branch Conference in May 2009 n Delivery of the popular Disaster Management for Public Health course 2008 n Delivery of two Noise Management Workshops and a Contemporary Food Safety Training Course n Delivery of Food Auditor Training Special Interest Group Reports SIG Convenors continue to provide valuable input into legislation development and review, as well as monitoring emerging issues and trends. Last year, Queensland Branch Council identified the need for EHA to review the functionality of the SIGs and how they align with other States and the National Board’s vision. While some work has been undertaken in relation to this matter, there is a need to complete this task in the coming year. Regional Group Reports EHA members throughout Queensland actively participate in their local regional groups. These groups meet on a regular basis enabling members to network, share experiences and undertake professional development at their local level. I would like to again express my sincere appreciation to all regional group convenors and secretaries for the valuable contribution they continue to make to EHA. Professional Tools/ Products and Services Queensland Branch Council continues to support the marketing and supply of a range of EHA professional tools, products and services. There is a potential for the current range of products to be reviewed and expanded to ensure they remain attractive and relevant to members. This should be undertaken at the National level with input from all Branches. Queensland Branch Council is currently exploring a range of options to link our training courses to University approved courses thereby enhancing their profile and overall value to members. Virgil Kelk FEHA Queensland Branch President
Annual Review and Yearbook 2008
EHA Yearbook 2010