Environmental Health is a community-based program that is responsible for assessing physical, biological and chemical hazards in our environments. It is
targeted towards preventing disease and creating healthy environments.
To Contact a Public Health Inspector:
Phone: 306-766-7755 Main Line
Rural area Inspector contact information - click here.
To see All Public Health Legislation - click here.
To see which health region your community belongs to - click here.
To contact a Public Health inspector in another health region - click here.
Public Health Inspectors work within Environmental Health to provide the following service areas:
|Environmental Health is a community-based program that is responsible for assessing physical, biological and chemical hazards in our environments.
|The Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region conducts communicable disease investigation follow up related to foodborne, waterborne and vector-borne diseases and outbreaks.
|Be Dog Smart is a joint public education initiative aimed at educating children under the age of 12 regarding dog bite prevention.
|In many areas there is not a communal sewage disposal system for buildings to hook into.
|Personal Services include tattooing, piercing, electrolysis and much more.
|Public Health Inspectors work to ensure food sold and distributed to the public is safe to eat.
|Health Inspectors, in partnership with other agencies, work to ensure the housing environments we live in are safe and meet minimum housing standards.
|Information on Public Swimming Pools & Hot Tubs and Recreational Water
|The safety of our drinking water is the cornerstone to Public Health and of paramount importance to preventing disease transmission.
|The Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region's goal is to reduce the number of deaths due to tobacco and to protect residents from second-hand smoke.