As we enter this new world and work through the global shake-up that has occurred as a result of the pandemic, the role of Environmental Health professionals has never been stronger, and with this the purpose of the CIEH never greater.
It gives us great pleasure to announce that we have selected by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health to scope, define and deliver new model of research, content and knowledge transfer activities and partnerships.
Initially we will be focused on the development of programmes and partnerships in high profile, topical areas that Environmental Health has an impact on both public and private sector.
Director of Partnerships at b2b, Kari Allen said,
"The areas we are working on for CIEH are hugely impactful, not just for the profession, but for businesses and the general public. Projects such as 'the cost of poor housing' and the on-flow impact of this to people and society is huge. We're mapping this project out with CIEH and sourcing right-fit partners for them to work with on this."
Research into air quality, noise, food safety and critically the role healthy communities play in Global Recovery are some of the other areas we are exploring for CIEH with partners.
If you are interested in learning more about our work with the CIEH or exploring how your organisation could partner with the CIEH on its research, guidance and knowledge transfer activity please get in touch.