LHAAC work with many other agencies in the public health arena and in other areas of Government. This page provides links to the websites of those partners and to some of the work they have produced.
Western Australian Health Department provides directory of services, job openings, and press releases
We are a bi-national Government agency. Our main responsibility is to develop and administer the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code (the Code), which lists requirements for foods such as additives, food safety, labelling and GM foods. Enforcement and interpretation of the Code is the responsibility of State/Territory departments and food agencies within Australia and New Zealand.
The Western Australian Local Government Association is the united voice of Local Government. The Association is not a government body, but is an independent, membership-based group representing and supporting the work and the interests of 141 Local Governments statewide. This sphere of government termed “Local Government” is also known as local, town, city or shire councils.
A professional body for Environmental Health Officers in environmental science, health, health risk management and emergency management.
Public Health Advocacy Institute is about promoting and supporting changes that will improve the health of the community. Based in Perth, Western Australia.
Environmental Health Australia (EHA) is the peak national organisation in Australia which advocates environmental health issues and represents the professional interests of environmental health practitioners. EHA is committed to the professional development and status of its members and the enhancement of environmental health standards and services to the community through advocacy, promotion, education and leadership.
As part of the annual Audit, LHAAC asks stakeholders to complete the following customer service survey to gather feedback on the services provided by the contracted Analyst laboratories and on the administration of the funding program by LHAAC.
The opportunity to provide detailed text comments is limited by this system, so please feel free to email any further feedback directly to LHAAC@ecu.edu.au
Any information gathered from this survey process will be made anonymous for any purposes used outside of LHAAC.
For any questions or clarification, please contact Ryan Janes, LHAAC Coordinator at the above email or firstname.lastname@example.org