Public health A-Z
A-Z list of public health information. View by letter.
Public health and medication safety alerts to doctors about communicable disease, medication safety and public health incidents that may impact South Australians
Identifies potential risks of getting a zoonotic disease and recommends measures to reduce the risk of illness for people in contact with animals
Bushfires - what you need to know about bushfires and your health, including how to provide assistance, cleaning up and staying safe.
A guide for consumers and retailers when selling and buying second-hand goods
Dust storms are caused when strong, turbulent winds greater than 30km/hour, carry fine particles of dust from the surrounding area with the wind.
Information on drugs, poisons, chemicals and contaminants from a public health perspective
The Disaster Preparedness and Resilience unit provides strategic leadership and direction for SA Health's response to major incidents, emergencies and disasters.
The health of South Australians is protected by legislation that covers areas that include public health, food, water, controlled substances and tobacco.
Water left behind from flooding can cause sickness and serious injury. Simple precautions will minimise risks to your health.
Information to assist businesses and organisations to understand their responsibilities and how to provide safe food to customers.
Requirements on hairdressing, body art and piercings for local councils and proprietors to ensure compliance
Information on living conditions and sanitation from a public health perspective
What SA Health is doing and where to get more information on preventative health and wellbeing
Information on public health pest management, including how to detect and deter pests
The SA Public Health Council (SAPHC) is a statutory body established under section 26 of the South Australian Public Health Act 2011.
What you need to know about smoke-free care, including penalities, enforcement and reasoning behind the laws
What businesses need to know about smoking, becoming a licenced premises and the regulations controlling the sale of tobacco
The South Australian Public Health Act 2011 requires each local council to prepare, maintain, & report on a Regional Public Health Plan