This page is designed to provide our members free resources and access to educational material related to environmental health and public health. Some of the classes and activities have been approved for contact hours for those certified under section 381.0101, Florida Statutes. These contact hour & CE approvals are indicated in title.

With the exception of FEHA created content, FEHA is not responsible for the content of the below resources. We make every effort possible to verify the content of these resources, however the content may change at any time without FEHAs knowledge. FEHA has no control over the content or the ease of access of these resources.

Upcoming Environmental Health Webinars:

Below is a listing of COVID-19 related distance learning activities

Contract Tracing for COVID-19, John Hopkins University: The COVID-19 crisis has created an unprecedented need for contact tracing across the country, requiring thousands of people to learn key skills quickly. A free, six-hour Coursera class developed by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies is now available to train contact tracers about how to do this work effectively—and help cities and states across the nation undertake these critical efforts.

This training is approved for 5.0 contact hours or .50 CEUs for those certified under section 381.0101, Florida Statutes.


2020 FEHA Annual Business & Member Meeting

This event is approved for 1.0 contact hours or .10 CEUs for those certified under section 381.0101, Florida Statutes.

***Take the short quiz to get your certificate of completion***

Coffee Hour w/ Tampa Bay District

You are invited to join the Florida Environmental Health Association for a Coffee Hour w/ FEHA Tampa Bay District

This training is approved for 1.0 contact hours or .10 CEUs for those certified under section 381.0101, Florida Statutes.


***Take this short quiz to get your certificate of completion***

Mark Dubina, Vice President of Cruise Port Security, Tampa Port: Impacts of COVID-19 on Cruise Travel

Gary Frank, Co-chair RDSTF region 4, PRND: Radiological Preparedness in the Tampa Bay Region

Tattoo Ink and AFDO, Color Additives and Microbiological Safety initiatives

This event is approved for 1.0 contact hours or .10 CEUs for those certified under section 381.0101, Florida Statutes.

Tattoo ink and permanent makeup outbreaks going back 10 years or more and the growing popularity of tats and permanent makeup have prompted FDA to adopt new policies regulating tattoo ink and PMU. The AFDO Body Art Committee is promoting improved safety of Tattoo Ink and Permanent Makeup through two charges. One charge involves submission of a color additive petition for TiO2, one of the most prominent pigments used in tattoo ink and PMU. The second charge is to create guidelines for sterilizing tattoo ink and PMU. These charges and other issues impacting tattoo and PMU artistry will be presented

NEHA Business Industry Affiliate Annual Business Meeting

Many FEHA members are also a member of NEHA Committees. We are proud to have many members working on various NEHA committees. FEHAs Executive Director, Micahel Crea is a Board Member at Large on the NEHA Business Industry Affiliates Board of Directors.

This event is approved for 1.0 contact hours or .10 CEUs for those certified under section 381.0101, Florida Statutes.

Special Guest Speakers:

Tracy Graham, Manager, Regulatory Affairs, Ecolab, “The Culture of Clean”

Doug Farquhar, Director of Government Relations, NEHA, Government Affairs Update: Reopening the U.S. during COVID-19 

NEHA’s Live Chat Series on Hotels, Conferences & Environmental Health During COVID-19. You can view the recording on NEHA’s COVID-19 resource website.

This Webinar is approved by NEHA for 1 contact hour for RS & REHS Certifications

Several resources that were discussed during the webinar are included below:

Additionally, NEHA has recently shared full text articles from the Journal of Environmental Health that may be of interest. Read more about hotel key cards, cleanliness of hotel rooms (part 1), and cleanliness of hotel rooms (part 2).

EPA Small Water Systems Monthly Webinar Series

Free drinking water-focused webinars typically held on the last Tuesday of the month from 2:00-3:00 pm ET with an optional Q&A session from 3:00-3:30 pm ET.
EPA's Office of Research and Development (ORD) and Office of Water (OW) host this webinar series to communicate the latest information on solutions for challenges facing small drinking water systems. This forum allows EPA to communicate directly with the states to provide training and foster collaboration and dissemination of information. This, in turn, provides states with information and resources needed to communicate the latest scientific advancements and current guidance to their small systems. It also provides and opportunity for states to share information with each other.


2017 FEHA AEM August 24th-27th Innisbrook Resort, Palm Harbor, FL

Power Point Presentations

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