Environmental Health

Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Hasanuddin

Profile of Environmental Health Department

A. VISION, MISSION AND AIM
1. Vision:
“To be the Best Environmental Health Department in Indonesia”
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2. Mission:
a) Field of Education: Provide education and the development of knowledge in the field of Environmental Health in line with the development of science and technology (Science and Technology)
b) Field of Research: Conducting research through research faculty and students to develop real health of the environment, which is able to perform a more professional problem solving based on scientific owned.
c) Field of Community Development: Implementing the public service in the field of health, which focuses attention on education environmental factors that affect the health of society as a whole.
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3. Aim: 
a) To produce professional SKM to capable of designing, implementing and evaluating prevention,
b) prevention and restoration of environmental impact on public health.
c) To Produce SKM capable of implementing the environmental health field in develop comprehensive health program
d) SKM is able to produce apply the scientific held in doing problem solving about environmental health problems in a professional manner.
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B. Graduate Profile and Employment
1. Employers’ Association of Indonesia (APINDO): environmental health experts given the task of providing analysis and advocacy and health impacts of various solutions to environmental pollution from industrial activities.
2. Employers Association Pest Control Indonesia (IPHAMI): environmental health experts given the task of addressing the issues of vector control and the use of anti pest risk to human health.
3. Mining Advocacy Network (JATAM): environmental health experts given the task of addressing the issues of health audit environment (an environment that has the potential health) environmental pollution and public health impact of its mining activities.
4. Field of the petroleum industry, mining, automotive, pharmaceutical, hospitality, tourism, health insurance, and a variety of plant: environmental health experts working in the field of sanitation, hygiene, and environmental exposure watchdog potentially damage the health of employees and the general public and environmental safety.
5. Association of Indonesian Food and Beverage Association (GAPMMI): environmental health personnel on duty to address issues of food safety and contamination (food).
6. Power Consultants Independent: environmental health experts to provide services to clients, ranging from disputes environmental, hazardous materials, audits of public health (audit environmental health), the analysis of environmental health risks, measurement of work environment (industrial hygiene), analysis and advocacy for public safety.
7. Regional Environmental Agency (BLHD) both at the provincial and district and City ,: environmental health experts tasked with monitoring the quality of air, water, sewage, and garbage as the negative impacts of development and serves to overcome various environmental health issues that are local and very specific diverse in various regions in Indonesia, as well as actively advocating the spatial planning, healthy policies (pro-health policies or healthy public policy)
8. Ministry of Health: environmental health experts mostly (about 70%) served in the Directorate General of Communicable Disease and Environmental Health. Ecology Center Health Agency for Healthcare Research and development is also dominated by alumni of environmental health. Others spread out in various other DG. Provincial Health Office, District and Municipal, environmental health experts majority served in the field of disease control and environmental health.
9. Health and environmental laboratories such as Institute of Environmental Health Engineering Dep Kes, the Regional Health Laboratory, and private laboratories.
10. Port Health Office (KKP) Sea and air: environmental health experts to supervise and control the entry of diseases and vector-borne diseases from outside the territory of Indonesia by sea or air transport.
11. Institutions or research centers and health environment: environmental health experts contribute to developing and doing a variety of environmental health research and epidemiology.
12. Ministry of Settlement and Regional Infrastructure: environmental health experts in charge and responsible for the quality: a healthy home, water resources, waste disposal, sanitation, air sehata, and a healthy environment, as well as considering the spatial aspects of health – healthy living.
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C. Key competencies
1. Analysis and diagnosis of environmental health issues
2. Environmental surveillance of health conditions
3. Promotive and preventive lingku-ngan changes and the impact of health thd society should
4. Policy development and planning in environmental health
5. Leadership
6. effective communication
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D. Staff
Head of Departement:
     Anwar, SKM, M.Sc, Ph.D
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Secretary of Departement:
     Ruslan, SKM, MPH
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Lecturer:
     dr. H. Makmur Selomo, MS
     Prof. Dr. Anwar Daud, SKM., M.Kes., EHS
     dr. H. Hasanuddin Ishak, M.Sc., Ph.D
     Erniwati Ibrahim, SKM., M.Kes
     Dr. Hasnawati Amqam, SKM., M.Sc
     Syamsuar Manyullei, SKM., M.Kes., M.Sc.PH
     Dr. Agus Bintara Birawida, S.Kel, M.Kes
     Muh. Fajaruddin Natsir, S.KM, M.Kes
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