EHO


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EHO

Abbreviation for:
Environmental Health Officer, see there 
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Transport Minister Anthony Loke today warned e-hailing operators (EHOs) against collecting more than the maximum 20 per cent commission from their drivers under different pretexts.
Mr Victor said the EHO was invited back and during a later meeting "they were satisfied everything was in order, pending a few very minor improvements, which were done immediately."
The court heard 98% of Azzurri's restaurants had been awarded the highest five-star food safety rating by EHOs, and the Liverpool ONE site has since had its five-star rating reinstated.
Most notable is a series of government-led reviews which singled-out the work of local regulatory authorities (in the UK most regulatory enforcement is undertaken in regions by Environmental Health Officers, or EHOs) as overly burdensome and unfair to business.
"What one is watching out for can be totally different to what another person is looking for and that's leading to different results from different EHOs."
Consequently some operators equate compliance with adhering to instructions given by environmental health officers (EHOs) upon the completion of an inspection (Fairman & Yapp, 2004).
We all went home with the infectious "Eheho, eho" intro still ringing in our ears and a pleasant postconcert high.
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A restaurant spokesman said: "Following a recent visit from the EHO, we can confirm that the restaurant is rated fivestar for food safety and hygiene.