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Title: Environmental health standards for remote communities in the Northern Territory
Authors: NT Government Environmental Health Task Group
Territory Health Services
Issue Date: Jun-2001
Publisher: NT Government
Abstract: The aspects of environmental health covered by these standards include housing, (inclusive of outdoor living spaces) public buildings, community food stores, power and water supply, rubbish and sewage disposal, pest and animal control, and civil works. This document incorporates performance based standards and intends to avoid over prescription where possible. The standards define expected achievements and/or provision of infrastructure and services. The document is designed to closely reflect the presentation of the Building Code of Australia (BCA). Many of the standards in this document adopt the BCA as a basis and make additional requirements or exemptions where appropriate. Similarly to the BCA, this document specifies the objectives and performance requirements, but the manner in which they are achieved tends not to be dictated.
Description: The addendum consists of revisions to existing parts of the standards, and new parts added to the standards.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10137/52
http://docs.prosentient.com.au/prosentientjspui/handle/10137/52
metadata.dc.type: Technical Report
metadata.dc.subject.*: Aboriginal people
environmental health
hygiene
standards
remote areas
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