The Environmental Health Unit team consists of environmental health officers and carries out the food safety role and general public health role.
Annual registration and inspection of regulated businesses
There are business premises in the community, other than food premises, that have a potential to put public health at risk. These include hairdressers shops, camping grounds, premises used by funeral directors, mortuaries, saleyards and offensive trades. These premises must be registered under the Health (Registration of Premises) Regulations 1966.
These premises are subject to annual registration under the Health Act and are inspected on a regular basis to ensure compliance with legislative requirements relating to each type of business premises.
You can find information on the registration of regulated businesses, here.
Contact Hamilton City Council Environmental Health Department for further infor