Environmental health risks being 'hollowed out'

By Paul Marinko | 15 June 2021

More than half of English councils are not taking on environmental health trainees and apprentices due to funding and capacity issues, a survey has found.

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) said its workforce survey had shown the profession risked being ‘hollowed out’.

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