REHIS

AcronymDefinition
REHISRoyal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (UK)
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Skin cancer cases have more than trebled in the last 30 years, according to REHIS, making it the country's fastest growing health problem.
The Foundation Health and Safety Handbook is ideal as a reference book, and will be invaluable for all employees attending Foundation Health and Safety courses provided by the CIEH, RIPH, REHIS and RSPH.
He took on not only a Management SVQ but, with the support of his company, Ype also studied for the REHIS Advanced Food Hygiene Diploma at Dundee College.
A further company training programme will soon allow him to develop procedures and deliver them to other members of staff to a level of the REHIS Basic Hygiene Certificate.
REHIS surveyed all 32 Scots local authorities in a bid to gauge safety levels in sunbed parlours.
In 1998 the company set up its own training programme in association with the Scottish Meat Training Council, offering REHIS and SVQ approved courses as well as its own dedicated in-house training programme.
REHIS president Helen Barron called for action to combat Scotland's record of poor housing to be made a priority.