National Environmental Health Association
controlEnhancing Environmental Health Knowledge
Vectors and Public Health Pests Virtual
was held over two days, offered 19 different sessions, and was attended by 528
people. The conference was designed to help environmental health professionals prepare
and respond to environmental events of public health concern, particularly to discover new
solutions in vectors and public health pest management.A Zika Webinar Series w
as held in early spring and was attended by a total of 899 people.
The popular series offered environmental health professionals prevention and awareness
information on the Zika virus, CDC suggestions and partnerships for local jurisdictions, and risk
communication for local health officials.
NEHA Cert Online Training
on vector control=
courses completed in FY16.
Reach and Distribution of Vector Education
Conducted 4/13/15 and 4/14/16
in 19 different sessions.
Offered in a series of 3 dates;
3/3/16, 3/23/16 and 4/6/16
NEHA credential holders involved in vector control (REHS/RS, HHS, CP-FS, CCFS) =