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  • Better not mess with Cessnock
      In an effort to tackle illegal dumping across the region, Cessnock City Council has teamed up with local personalities to launch a 12 month ‘Better not mess with Cessnock’ campaign. 
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Regulated Premises

Council provides public health services to protect the safety and welfare of the community. Monitoring and inspection programs are implemented to help prevent the spread of diseases such as legionella, food poisoning and hepatitis.

Council’s Environmental Health Officers undertake approximately 950 programmed inspections each year of businesses such as beauticians, food businesses, cooling towers and tattoo parlors. These inspections allow for the regulation of business and are also an opportunity to provide advice, educational material and up to date information on best practice techniques to prevent the spread of diseases.

Registering Your Premises

Food Businesses  

Food Safety Supervisor  

Skin Penetration and Beauty Premises 

Cooling Towers  

 

Public Swimming Pools And Spas

Legislation, Guidelines and Codes of Practice

 

Complaints