Jigsaw PSPH was formed in December 2012 as a way of helping Environmental Health Professionals engage more fully with colleagues in Public Health. The website is one part of a tool kit that includes the @JigsawPSPH Twitter feed and the JigsawPSPH Public Health Forum on Linkedin. The service intends to expand into other channels in 2013 with a You Tube Channel a Pod Cast Vault and a Dropbox Reference Library. Jigsaw has initially been set up as a non profit organisation. It is currently run by co-founder Pete Hill but has access to a number of highly skilled Environmental Health Professionals with many years experience in Local Government. If you feel JigsawPSPH can help you in preparing Public Health bids or providing training for your staff please contact us.
Pete Hill DipEH Dip Env Pol CMCIEH
Pete has over 30 years experience in Environmental Health. He started as a student at the London Borough of Barnet before moving to Hertfordshire and settling at Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council. Having held specialist roles in all areas of Environmental Health he attained Chartered status at the CIEH in 2008 and has recently been awarded a Diploma in Environmental Policy by the Open University. A registered Food and Health & Safety trainer he spent 2 years on secondment to the Health Protection Agency leading a partnership working project with Environmental Health Professionals. A keen environmentalist Pete is a regular speaker at conferences and other events and in 2010 addressed the International Parliamentary Conference on Climate Change. He co founded Jigsaw PSPH in December 2012 while working on a 12 month project to engage EHP's in Hertfordshire with Public Health. He is married with one daughter and spends his spare time reporting on sporting events for local radio, and TV as well as writing regular articles for various publications. Pete has just joined UK Health Radio and will be presenting a weekly Audio Blog in 2013. Having left Local Government in April 2013 Pete is now an Associate at RH Environmental specialising in Public Health and Social Media.