The Michigan Environmental Health Association was established in 1946 and is the professional association for Environmental Health staff in local and state governments, private industry and institutions in Michigan. We have over 300 members in the diverse and expanding fields of environmental health.
If you are excited about Environmental Health, or you are curious as to what we do, please watch this short video from the National Environmental Health Association: Environmental Health Professionals: Your Unseen Army of Protectors (Captioned) - YouTube
Our three day Annual Education Conference draws over 200 professionals each spring and connects people from across the country.
We have a nationally recognized Endowment Fund with a balance in excess of $190,000 that provides scholarships to Environmental Health college students each year.
And our Exceptional Service Award winners are frequently seen as national leaders in Environmental Health.
Preamble from the Constitution/Bylaws of MEHA :
In order to foster, promote and attain high standards in the environmental health profession and the qualification of engaging therein; to strive for recognition from public and official sources as a scientific group, providing a service for the general welfare of the public; to bring a harmonious and cooperative effort for the understanding and efficient rendering of duties and responsibilities; to bring about standardization in methods of law enforcement and general public health practice in respective fields in state, cities and counties; to encourage courses of instruction in schools for the purpose of increasing the knowledge and efficiency of the members and the value in public health sanitation or in allied occupations; to professionalize environmental health status; to extend cooperation and work in joint enterprises with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), International Association for Food Protection (IAFP), and any other association with similar objective; to take an active leadership role in the resolution of issues and interchange of thought, opinion and philosophy and to give identity and voice to the environmental health professional of the great State of Michigan, the Michigan Environmental Health Association, Inc. does ordain and establish these Constitution and Bylaws. - See Constitution and Bylaws for further information here: Constitution Bylaws
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