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Advancing the Environmental Health Profession
in Oregon

Offering Continuing Education for EH Professionals
Offering Continuing Education for EH Professionals

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OEHA's Annual Education Conferences
OEHA's Annual Education Conferences

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Regulating Public Drinking Water Systems
Regulating Public Drinking Water Systems

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Offering Continuing Education for EH Professionals
Offering Continuing Education for EH Professionals

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Welcome to OEHA!

OEHA is an affiliate of the National Environmental Health Association.

Join OEHA!

Try out the new OEHA online membership form

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Hey, Trainees!

Are you looking for resources to study for your REHS exam?

Check out this page or email us to find helpful tools as you prepare to advance your career to the next level with a REHS credential.

And join OEHA! We now offer a one-year free Trainee Membership to all REHS Trainees registered with the state of Oregon.

Want to join a study group? We can connect you with other trainees from around the state who are meeting on Zoom every week. Share stories from the field and compare study notes.

Email secretary@oregoneha.org or send us a note on our Contact page to connect.

Stay in the Loop with NEHA and CDC

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What are these posts?

Below you'll find Twitter Feed from the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) and CDC's Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. The feed is updated every 24 hours with the latest news that these organizations post.

 

The posts do not necessarily represent the opinions or perspectives of OEHA, and posting here does not imply an endorsement by OEHA.

Who are NEHA and CDC's Environmental Public Health Tracking Network?

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) is a nonprofit organization devoted to advancing the environmental health and protection professional for the purpose of providing a healthful environment for all. They are based in Denver, Colorado and post under the Twitter handle @nehaorg.

CDC's Environmental Public Health Tracking Network is a dynamic Web-based tool that provides health & environmental data/info in one easy to find location. They post under the Twitter handle @CDC_EPHTracking.

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