Annual Business Plan
Each year, we develop an Annual Business plan that enables us to translate strategic directions into actions that result in improved service delivery and enhanced programs.
The Plan helps us ensure we are providing the best public and environmental health services to our constituent councils and ratepayers.
The annual business plan outlines:
- objectives for the financial year
- what we will do to meet those objectives
- how we will measure financial and non-financial performance
- operating and capital expenditure and revenue sources
- how we determine council contributions
Click here to view the 2017-2018 Annual Business Plan.
2017-2018 Annual Business Plan
We have identified the following priorities for our 2017-2018 annual business plan
- to continue to provide a professional and cost effective environmental health service to its Constituent Councils and their respective communities
- support the Eastern Regional Public Health Plan Advisory Committee
- continue to implement and monitor the Regional Public Health Plan in conjunction with Constituent Councils
- complete transition of ICT environment from on premise to cloud based
- continue to refine the Health Manager electronic management system to provide improved reporting and gain efficiencies in on site applications
- continue to evaluate implementation of tablets using Health Manager software for field based data capture
- commence revised food safety training program for food businesses
- design and implement a food safety training program specific to food businesses that require to maintain a food safety program
- monitor EHA Work Health and Safety (WHS) Plan and Programs
- implement and test revised Business Continuity Plan
- quality induction processes for all new staff
- retender for current service contracts
- investigate electronic communication strategies for board members to aid in efficient communication
- investigate strategies to improve immunisation attendance at public clinics including a review of data from a range of sources to assist identification of residents with overdue vaccinations
- Investigate vaccine reminder/recall services including apps available
- increase promotion of immunisation services to residents within our Constituent Council areas
- explore further opportunities to promote EHA’s immunisation services at community centres, libraries and parent groups
- provide nurse led education sessions to staff at facilities with vulnerable populations
- continually review new EHA website to facilitate the exchange of information and feedback and improve awareness of EHA
- promote use of EHA online immunisation appointment booking system
- investigate online booking system for worksite flu program
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