Part of the Department of Health and Human Services.
- Protect Tasmanians from public and environmental health hazards.
- Prevent and reduce chronic diseases and injuries.
- Prepare for and respond to public health emergencies like flu pandemics.
- Promote good health.
- Reduce inequalities in health.
National organisation established to promote the understanding and practice of conservation throughout Australia and its Territories.
The EDO is a non profit community legal centre, advising on environmental and planning law. They provide expert information and advice to individuals and groups throughout Tasmania. They assist with a range of environmental and planning matters, including forestry, development activities, coastal protection, water management, marine farming, mining, climate change adaptation and the protection of cultural heritage.
Open Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm.
An independant, non-profit organisation which seeks to conserve Australia’s man-made, natural and cultural heritage.
The needle and syringe program (NSP) operates from a variety of sites around Tasmania, hospitals, community health centres, pharmacies as well as dedicated sites that have been established and funded for the specific purpose of ensuring the availability of equipment and services to injecting drug users.
Provision of sterile injecting equipment, brief interventions and disposal of used equipment. Programs in Hobart and glenorchy. NSP vending machine available in Hobart. No charge for needles and syringes from the outlets.
Aims to improve safety, health and rehabilitation in the workplace, and to reduce death, injury and disease; target high consequence activities; be a responsive regulator; engage with the community and to ensure better return to work.