Environmental health is an increasingly critical issue. The world’s population continues growing and the devasting effects of climate change impact daily life more and more.
Protecting the health of our environment is critical to public safety at a global, national and local level.
But with over 39 million residents and nearly 164,000 square miles, California agencies face a daunting challenge to maintain inspection requirements, keep up with frequently changing regulations and manage each of these areas for the millions of residents that they’re responsible to protect.
Successfully operating an environmental health program requires modernize operations to a modern platform that digitizes processes, provides easy-to-use citizen services, and gives flexibility to inspectors working in the field.
Discover how Granicus’ Amanda browser-based platform is purpose-built to help California environmental health agencies successfully operate their programs in this short guide.