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Exchange Program

MEHA is planning an exchange program with other state affiliates. The Exchange program will allow a MEHA member to visit another region for a week and observe Environmental Health operations […]

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Loss of George W. Young

MEHA is saddened by the loss of Past President George W. Young Jr. who died on August 19, 2009. A private burial was held and a memorial service is being […]

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Illegal Insecticide Chalk

Illegal Insecticide Chalk, also known as “Miraculous Chalk” or “Chinese Chalk.” You may have seen the chalk in a neighborhood store or sold on the street for about $1 a […]

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Model Hazardous Materials Regulation and Inspection Training Toolkit for Local Health Departments

Resource Materials Rationale for Implementation of a Local Hazardous Materials Regulation Model Hazardous Materials Regulation Hazardous Materials Permit Application – including Plan Review Checklist Hazardous Materials Permit Application – completed […]

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Food Allergy Training Video

Disclaimer. The Massachusetts Environmental Health Association (MEHA) provides this three part video as a service to our members and visitors. MEHA does not provide a training certificate after viewing the […]

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Generator Use and Carbon Monoxide

CO from a generator is deadly and can kill you in minutes. One generator produces as much CO as hundreds of cars. It can incapacitate and kill consumers within minutes. […]

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Don’t Mess with Mercury

Mercury is a metal found naturally in the environment. It comes is a few forms. Elemental (metallic) mercury is the shiny, silver-gray metal found in thermometers, barometers, thermostats, and other […]

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Food Safety during Power Outages

Weather emergencies can happen. When they do, the best strategy is to already have a plan in place. This includes knowing the proper food safety precautions to take if the […]

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