Funding and Grants
NHS services in Hertfordshire – no appointment needed!
- Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments for life-threatening or dangerous conditions.
- Ambulances should only be called in genuine emergencies.
- Walk-in NHS services for urgent medical help, not life-threatening.
See a pharmacist
- Advice and low-cost medicines to ease symptoms and help treat conditions.
- Some open late into the evening
- Most have consulting rooms for advice in private.
- www.nhs.uk/service-search to find your nearest open pharmacist
No appointment walk-in GP practices
Public Health eNews
The newsletter aims to share information, news and updates about the range of Public Health initiatives taking place in Hertfordshire.
To sign up to receive the newsletter directly to your inbox every month, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Here you will find all you need to send out the letter of enablement.
Letter of Enablement
Appendix A - Specified Highways activites
Appendix B- Service standards for defect management.
Appendix C - Highways Specification
Appendix D - Risk Assessments Hazzard information and Assesment Template
Highways Together presentation at launch 29th June
Project 5 Presentation to Highways Together Launch 29th June
Project 7 Presentation to Highways Together Launch 29th June
Map showing which Highway Locality Officer covers your area
Map showing which Ringway Service Agent is responsible for your area
- As at November 2016, the contact for the Community Payback Team is Jacqui Layne: email@example.com
This guidance is aimed at all those involved in commissioning, planning, managing and carrying out work on or near underground services. It will also be of use to the owners and operators of such services.
It outlines the potential dangers of working near underground services and gives advice on how to reduce any direct risks to people's health and safety, as well as the indirect risks arising through damage to services.
It explains the three basic elements of a safe system of work during excavation:
- Planning the work
- Locating and identifying buried services
- Safe excavation
Hertfordshire Higways Together Risk Assessment Presentation (PowerPoint Presentation, 7 Mb)
Why and How to carry out Risk Assessment for Highways Projects
All Parish or Town Councils must conduct a risk assessment for the tasks undertaken under the project. Significant findings of the risk assessment should be recorded below and communicated to the volunteer workers.
Some general guidance to aid the risk assessment process by detailing a list of the common hazard and control considerations that are generally associated with the scope of activities included in the project can be found in the Hazard Information Sheet, the list is not exhaustive and should be reviewed against the site and then relevant information entered on to the form below.
All Parish and Town Councils are responsible for ensuring a risk assessment is completed for the tasks undertaken under the project. Significant findings from the risk assessment should be recorded and communicated to the volunteer workers.
This table outlines common hazards associated with the activity undertaken within the Highways together project and outlines some general control measures that are to be considered. The list is not exhaustive and should be reviewed against the site and specific project in order to identify all significant hazards associated with the individual project and to determine the most suitable level of control.
To report a highway fault such as potholes or a faulty street light to Ringway:
Highway fault reporting
For a map of current roadworks and other local highways information:
Find out which roads are scheduled to be gritted.
Hertfordshire Libraries and Mobile Libraries Outreach Services
The Library Service is very keen to promote their services to your residents via your Parish magazines and websites. For leaflets, posters to display or articles for your websites or parish magazines, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and have a look at:
Local Flooding Information
The LAF is a strategic advisory body whose role is to advise the County Council and other bodies on Access issues.
Other useful information
- RNLI Water Safety Session:
There is no charge from the RNLI whose volunteer runs the session. The Council will just need to find a suitable venue (e.g. Village Hall) and promote the event (e.g. to the local school, pre-school and on their website and email distribution list).
The session is interesting and informative and delivered in a fun way that was easy for children to understand; they have a chance to sit in a dinghy and also dress up as a lifeboat man including the helmet and wellies!
Contact Paul Gillions, email@example.com