Part of Council’s regulatory role is to promote, protect and improve public health in the district. There is a close relationship between people and the environment. What happens in the environment can have an adverse effect on our health.
Council’s Environmental Health Officers actively identify issues and assess the health risks related to food businesses, hairdressers, camping grounds, funeral directors, offensive trades, stock sales yards, nuisances and many issues relating to the management of private properties and commercial activities to protect public health of the surrounding community.
Health Act 1956
Health (Registration of Premises) Regulations 1966
Health (Hairdressers) Regulations 1980
Health (Burial) Regulations 1946
Camping-Grounds Regulations 1985
Food Act 2014
Food Regulations 2015
Gambling Act 2003
Resource Management Act 1991
Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996
Local Government Act 2002
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