Using the enHealth Environmental Health Officer Skills and Knowledge Matrix

Using the enHealth Environmental Health Officer Skills and Knowledge Matrix is a companion guide to the enHealth Environmental Health Officer Skills and Knowledge Matrix, a document which provides a nationally agreed description of the skills and knowledge required to support the breadth of activities undertaken by EHOs. Using the enHealth Environmental Health Officer Skills and Knowledge Matrix looks at how the Matrix can be used in the workplace, across jurisdictions, and in the education and training sectors, and guides users through the various applications of the Matrix, including in the development of position descriptions.

Page last updated: 13 April 2011

ISBN: 978-1-74241-320-4

Publications Number: D0032

Commonwealth of Australia 2010

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Recommended reference
Environmental Health Committee (enHealth) 2010, Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra.


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