The Environmental Health Directorate consists of Environmental Health Officers, Toxicologists, Environmental Scientists, Food Technicians, Policy Officers, Entomologists, Nutritionists, Physicists, Administration Officers and Record Services.
Our guiding values
- Integrity: consistently applying moral and principled behaviour which reflects trust and honesty
- Leadership: providing vision and purpose in environmental health through inspiration, dedication and initiative
Excellence: being innovative, creative and responsive in the way we think, act and learn, and meeting and overcoming challenges to expand capabilities to achieve quality outcomes and success
Fairness: acting without bias and behaving in a way that leads to equitable outcomes;
Cooperation: constructively thinking, working and learning together, by valuing the uniqueness of each individual, by supporting each other and by being capable of uniting cohesively as a group and community and
Service: commitment to environmental health through responsive actions and management of time, resources, and expertise
The Environmental Health Directorate is divided into six Units who coordinate a number of programs and services.
The Environmental Health Directorate Yearbook provides an opportunity to showcase the work the Directorate does for the people of Western Australia.
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