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CIEH Media and News


The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) is the leading voice of environmental and public health. We achieve this through raising the profile of environmental health issues and the work of Environmental Health Officers through press releases and comments to the media and government.

We have expert spokespeople in a number of areas related to environmental health, such as food safety, pest control, skin piercing, smoking etc., and if you would like to receive expert information, opinions or interview requests, please contact PR Manager, Steven Fifer, (020 7827 5922; 07970 949363).

Outside of office hours, please call: 07815 853529.

  Latest News 
Political parties clash on levels of protection for environmental health services in Wales
28 April 2016
Questions on environmental health funding and the failed public health bill in Wales were posed to political parties at the CIEH Wales conference
Environmental health is essential for future prospects of Wales
26 April 2016
A former Minister, representatives from the leading Welsh political parties and a previous Chief Medical Officer all said environmental health is important for future Wales at the CIEH Wales's Annual Conference 2016.
TV star and Shadow Minister set to speak at CIEH housing conference
7 April 2016
This year's housing and health conference is set to be the best one yet with guest speakers Matt Allwright and Rt. Hon. John Healey MP
EHN launches competition to celebrate 30 birthday
7 April 2016
The in-house magazine of the CIEH has launched a competition to celebrate its upcoming 30 birthday
CIEH Awards open for nominations
31 March 2016
Nominations are now being accepted for the CIEH awards and for the first time anyone is free to nominate or be nominated in three specific categories
 CIEH Wales counting down the days till start of annual conference
29 March 2016
Preparations for the CIEH Wales annual conference are well underway with the event kicking off on Wednesday 20 April.
TiFSiP conference to shine a light on latest developments in food law
19 February 2016
The countdown has begun to TiFSiP's Food Law in Practice conference, providing guidance to food businesses and the enforcement community.
Changing landscape for regulators takes centre stage at Year Ahead conference
18 February 2016
2016's Year Ahead conference looked at the changing regulatory landscape, with developing 'soft skills' and better partnership working dominating the agenda.
CIEH develops environmental health guidance to improve children's wellbeing
9 February 2016
The CIEH has produced guidance for school governors so they can implement health initiatives, as part of our commitment to improve children's health and wellbeing.
Expert bodies launch consultation on planning and noise
8 February 2016
Together with the ANC and IoA, the CIEH has launched an online consultation around a new Professional Practice Guidance document.
Government Plan to meet NO2 limits is incomplete and unclear says the CIEH
26 January 2016
Defra’s final Air Quality Plan, released just before Christmas, is incomplete and fails to give local authorities all the help they need the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has said.
CIEH promotes environmental health through high-profile media appearances
19 January 2016
A great start to 2016 as the CIEH features on BBC radio and TV spreading the word about environmental health
Countdown begins to start of Year Ahead Conference 2016
15 January 2016
The Year Ahead Conference 2016 is only a month away and tickets are available
Environmental Health News receives thumbs up from its readers
11 January 2016
The CIEH's in-house magazine, Environmental Health News, gets a seal of approval from its readers
CIEH welcomes Anne Godfrey as new CEO
8 January 2016
The CIEH welcomes Anne Godfrey from the CIM as our new Chief Executive
Submissions wanted for the MJ Awards
7 January 2016
The MJ Awards are open for entries and the 'Trading Standards and Environmental Health' prize is up for grabs