Our team works closely with government, non-government organisations, the private sector and the community sector. Through our projects, we foster a collaborative approach to organisational and community development. If you’d like to find out more about our projects, please contact us.

Knowledge Base – A professional website for SA Environmental Health Professionals

Healthy Environs was pleased to support the Environmental Health Profession in South Australia through the upgrade of the Environmental Health Australia (SA) Knowledge Base website. This website is a knowledge sharing platform for exchanging resources and tools across the profession.

Roxby Healthy Community Plan

Healthy Environs worked with Council staff and a community Steering Committee (including representatives of the Roxby Health Service, BHP Billiton and residents) to develop the Roxby Healthy Community Plan. Roxby Council has successfully agreed on a joint governance framework with involvement of the Northern Areas Medicare Local (the Roxby Health Forum) to oversee the Plan’s implementation as well as other community health initiatives for the Town. 

SA Food Business Notification and Fees Review Project

Healthy Environs was engaged by the LGA to undertake a review into the current South Australian food business notification system and inspection fee structure. The project involved a review of interstate approaches and consultation with SA Councils on the current system.

Living Well - Regional Plan for Health and Wellbeing in Unley and Mitcham

Healthy Environs assisted the Cities of Unley and Mitcham with the development of their first Regional Public Health and Wellbeing Plan. The Councils have undertaken a comprehensive review of how their functions and decisions impact on community health and wellbeing.

Public Health Research Report for the City of Port Adelaide Enfield

Healthy Environs developed a public health research report for the City of Port Adelaide Enfield detailing health information across the areas of: social determinants, population health, health and the environment and services for community health. This project was undertaken in collaboration with the Public Health Information Development Unit (PHIDU) of the University of Adelaide.

Barossa Light and Lower Northern Region Public Health and Wellbeing Plan

Healthy Environs worked with project partners: The Barossa Council, Town of Gawler, Light Regional Council, District Council of Mallala and Regional Development Australia (Barossa) to undertake regional public health planning based on collaboration between key stakeholders.”

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