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Scottish Centre for Infection and Environmental Health

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Scottish Centre for Infection and Environmental Health is part of the Occupational Health & Safety Information Service's online subscription. Bringing you a comprehensive selection of legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, including BSI and best practice which is updated daily, you can find documents on a wide range of subject areas such as Food & Drink, Environmental Health, Environmental Management, Fire & Offshore Safety.

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Documents supplied by Scottish Centre for Infection and Environmental Health

Guidance Notes Series - Asbestos
Guidance Notes Series - E.Coli 0157 and Open Farms
Guidance Notes Series - E.Coli 0157: H7
Guidance Notes Series - Foxes
Guidance Notes Series - Giardiasis
Guidance Notes Series - Legionellosis - Revised
Guidance Notes Series - Leptospirosis
Guidance Notes Series - Lice
Guidance Notes Series - Listeriosis
Guidance Notes Series - Lyme Disease
Guidance Notes Series - Neighbourhood Noise
Guidance Notes Series - Rats
Guidance Notes Series - Sharps in the Community
Guidance Notes Series - Statutory Nuisance
Guidance Notes Series - Toxic Shellfish Poisoning
Guidance for Local Authorities - Body and Skin Piercing Part 1
Guidance for Local Authorities - Elemental Mercury
Guidance for Local Authorities - Flooding
Identification and Management of Outbreaks of Novovirus Infection in Tourists and Leisure Industry Settings - Guide for NHS Board and Local Authorities
Interim Guidance Note - Mobile Phones Base Stations
Review of Communicable Diseases in Scotland 1999
SCIEH Weekly Report Vol.32 No. 98/29: Includes Report Antibiotic Use in Agriculture
SCIEH Weekly Report Vol.32 No. 98/31: Including Report Outbreak of Campylobacter Infection at an Outdoor Centre
SCIEH Weekly Report Vol.32 No. 98/33: Including Report Screening of Pregnant Women for Hepatitis B and Immunisation of Babies at Risk
SCIEH Weekly Report Vol.33 No. 99/01: Includes Report Gastro-Intestinal Infections
SCIEH Weekly Report Vol.33 No. 99/02: Including Reports "Influenza" and "Toxic Oil Syndrome"
Scieh Weekly Report Vol.31 No. 97/45: Elemental Mercury - A Practical Problem for Environmental and Health Professionals?

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