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Noosa Shire Council

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Caravan Parks and Camping

Council ensures that caravan parks and camping grounds provide the appropriate facilities and that they are maintained in a clean and hygienic condition. Council approves, inspects and responds to complaints received regarding these facilities.

Information and fact sheets are available from the local government toolbox website. If after viewing the toolbox website you still require further information contact council's customer service centre.

Water Carriers

Potable water carriers transporting drinking water must display a licence on/within the vehicle, 'Drinking water only' and licence number etc. to be printed on each side of vehicle. Fittings, equipment, tank interior and hoses & pipes are to be suitable for contact with drinking water and kept in good condition. Log book must be kept available at all times.

Information and fact sheets are available from the local government toolbox website. If after viewing the toolbox website you still require further information contact council's customer service centre.

Immunisation

Immunisation uses the body's natural defence mechanism - the immune response - to build resistance to specific diseases.  If enough people in the community are immunised, the infection can no longer be spread from person to person and the disease dies out altogether.

Diseases like diphtheria, whooping cough, polio, measles and  mumps etc can be vaccinated against. Details of the National Immunisation program schedule for adults, adolescents, babies & young children can be found on the Queensland Government website. Council does not offer any immunisation service. Please consult your doctor for more information.

Personal Appearance Services (PAS)

Personal Appearance Services include hair dressing, beauty therapy or skin penetration procedures.

These higher risk businesses are required to be licensed with council and as such must comply with the Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003 to minimise the risk of infection that may result from these activities .

Some businesses may not require a license with council, however they are still required to ensure the safe provision of personal appearance services to their customers.

Information, forms and fact sheets are available from the local government toolbox website. If after viewing the toolbox website you still require further information contact council's customer service centre.