Health and Safety news

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Heat on food safety

Published on Thursday, 9th November 2017

In recognition of Food Safety Week (11-18 November), Fairfield City Council reminds the community to take heed of food safety measures to minimise the risk of illness.

  • City Manager Alan Young, Mayor Frank Carbone and Stephen Conaty, Director Population Health at SWSLHD sign the 2017 MOU.

    South west health partnership strengthened

    Published on Tuesday, 17th October 2017

    Fairfield City Council and South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) reaffirmed their collaborative efforts to ensure our community is healthy.

  • Water safety

    Free learn to swim classes for all ages and abilities

    Published on Friday, 15th September 2017

    During Water Safety Week from the 25 September to 30 September Council's three Leisure Centres are offering free Learn to Swim classes for all ages and abilities and CPR demonstrations.

  • Photo of a cat.

    Discounted desexing of cats

    Published on Wednesday, 30th August 2017

    Fairfield City Council, in partnership with the Cat Protection Society of NSW, is offering pensioners and residents on low incomes a discounted rate on desexing and microchipping their cats.

  • Operation Bounce Back - Are you car keys secure?

    Car security operation bounces back

    Published on Thursday, 3rd August 2017

    Fairfield City Council has renewed its partnership with the National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council to bring back a campaign targeting car security and theft reduction.

  • Make Healthy Normal signage at Fairfield Adventure Park

    Fairfield City one of three Councils to engage in healthy living campaign

    Published on Tuesday, 28th February 2017

    Residents can keep track of how many kilojoules they burn with easy to read signage at Endeavor Reserve and Fairfield Adventure Park.

  • Mayor Frank Carbone and Detective Superintendent Peter Lennon with one of the new CCTC Cameras that will be installed at five sites in Fairfield City Centre.

    More CCTV coverage in Fairfield City Centre

    Published on Wednesday, 13th July 2016

    Council will bolster its CCTV surveillance in Fairfield City Centre with the installation in mid-July of new cameras at five sites.

  • Poster - 40km/h speed limits in Canley Heights

    New 40km/h speed zones in Canley Heights

    Published on Wednesday, 6th January 2016

    Fairfield City Council and Roads and Maritime Services are introducing 40km/h speed limits on some roads that have a high number of pedestrians.