Depending on the public health risk to be managed and the complexity of the legislation to be developed, the ministry can create working groups made up of industry, state and local government representatives, non-governmental organizations and associations to ensure that key stakeholders have the opportunity to provide informed and practical advice in the development of legislation. After consultation, it is considered that the following regulations may be repealed. A regulation is repealed only if the risk to public health can be appropriately managed by other means, by other legislation, local legislation or a directive. The Ministry of Health urges local community representatives to provide feedback and engagement as much as possible throughout the regulatory review process. A wheat belt freight project involving 42 local governments received the Making a Difference Award at the recent Regional Achievement and Community Awards. Local government representatives are encouraged to read the discussion papers and complete the investigative questions. It is important that the Department receive feedback to prove whether or not stakeholders support the proposal. As a leading implementing authority, local government has the opportunity to help shape the future of the rules to be put in place under the new Public Health Act to address the public health risks common to your local region. This year, new laws were introduced to require all candidates who complete a municipal election to complete the online introduction of the department. Local community representatives are encouraged to participate in these groups and invitations are distributed to all local governments requesting appointments to join all training groups. WA Health will cooperate in all consultation processes with local authorities, national governments, non-governmental organizations, industry and the public.
Before the 5th stage of the implementation of the Public Health Act 2016, WA Health must review all regulations passed under the 1911 Health Act, as well as a series of provisions of the Act that will be repealed at Level 5. The objective is to determine whether these risks to public health should continue to be addressed within the new legal framework of the Public Health Act or whether they can be managed in another way, such as local law, other legislation or a directive. More than 2,000 athletes and spectators are expected in November of this year for the 2019 Pride Sports Festival in Perth, with the McGowan government awarding a $5,000 grant to build on the success of last year`s event. . A discussion paper on the control of wastewater management in the VA is being finalized. This paper examines the creation of a new legal framework for the promotion, treatment and disposal of wastewater.