Royal Society for Public Health


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Royal Society for Public Health

An independent UK charity dedicated to furthering public health, formed from the 2008 merger of the Royal Society of Health (RSH) and the Royal Institute of Public Health (RIPH). The RSPH runs conferences in food safety, water, infection control and occupational medicine, as well as an accreditation service for health and safety related products, and manages the second largest food-packaging certification scheme in the UK.
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Shirley Cramer, chief executive of the Royal Society for Public Health, said: "While our ranking of towns and cities is by no means a reection on whether these areas are generally healthy or unhealthy, our research does nd higher concentrations of unhealthy businesses exist in places which already experience high levels of deprivation and premature mortality.
The UK Faculty of Public Health, Association of Directors of Public Health and Royal Society for Public Health have written to the prime minister to express their concerns.
The Level Two Poultry Inspection Award and new-style Food Safety Award are available through a number of Awarding Organisations, including the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), and Food and Drink Qualifications (FDQ).
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has warned that alcoholic drinks are contributing to obesity, with an estimated 10% of daily calorie intake coming from alcohol in adults who drink.
e survey by the UK's public health inspectors has been released today and Hudderseld's main retail area has been identied as one of the "unhealthiest" in the UK New research nds towns and cities in North and Midlands are more likely to have higher concentrations of businesses which may harm the public's health e Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has published a league table ranking 70 of the UK's major towns and cities based on the proportion of businesses found in their main retail area that either support or harm the public's health.
Sales of e-cigarettes, which the Royal Society for Public Health wants to be re-named "nicotine sticks" to make them less trendy, soared from about PS44million in 2012 to PS193million in 2013.
Irresponsible drinking is causing an obesity epidemic and threatening public health, the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) said.
I have been working with the Royal Society for Public Health for the past 15 years and provide training to the catering industry for multilingual communities.
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It has made a noticeable difference to the town centre, which was only yesterday condemned by the Royal Society for Public Health for being in the top 10 of unhealthy towns.
The Royal Society for Public Health wants e-fags to be renamed "nicotine sticks" to make them less attractive and discourage young people from taking up the habit.

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