REHISRoyal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (UK)
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These are the first courses accredited by REHIS outside the Scotland (UK).
A European Union delegation comprising Riccardo Rossi, Ms Roshan Ara and Bruno Valanzuolo presented the REHIS accreditation certificate to UVAS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha and Department In-Charge Dr Muhammad Nasir at a ceremony arranged by the European Union-funded Trade Related Technical Assistance (TRTA-II) Program and UVAS at a local hotel in city on Wednesday.
Ms Mills, 34, from Deri, near Bargoed, has been invited to Edinburgh on Wednesday to address a food hygiene course being run by the Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS), the Scottish equivalent of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health in Wales and England.
REHIS chief executive Tom Bell said Ms Mills' speech would give inspectors an insight into the worst possible outcome of a food poisoning outbreak.
Graham Robertson, of the REHIS said: "I firmly believe many operators don't even know that licensing has been introduced.
A survey by the Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) found a boom in new tanning parlours across the country.
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.
The company which is situated in Ankara has four main divisions:Communications Devices Division (HC),Defense Systems Division (SST),Radar, Electronic Warfare and Intelligence Systems Division (REHIS), Microelectronics, Guidance and Electro-Optics Division (MGEO).
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.
Watchdogs at The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) found more than 50 salons left completely unmanned and unsupervised.
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.
The bleak picture was outlined at the annual conference of the Royal Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS).