Reed Reserve, Croydon

Reed Reserve, Croydon -
Reed Reserve, Croydon
Reed Reserve is a small park located at Fitzroy Street, Croydon. The park is within the Malvern Hill Heritage Conservation Area, and is close to Croydon Railway Station and shops. Reed Reserve is an Alcohol Prohibited Area between 6pm and 8am, 7 days a week.

Park Facilities & Features:

  • Playground
  • Seats

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Air-conditioners should be positioned to prevent disturbance to neighbours. It is suggested that you talk to your neighbour before installing the system and check noise levels of the unit before buying.

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • To make sure that your workplace is safe for the operating of skin penetration, the following requirements need to be considered...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • All jewellery for body piercing must be made of materials that can withstand sterilisation in the autoclave. It should also be made of non-corrosive metal, such as surgical implant grade stainless steel, niobium, solid 14K or 18K white or yellow gold, titanium, platinum or dense, low-porosity plastic and which is free of nicks, scratches or irregular surfaces...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • All equipment must be cleaned, before disinfection or sterilisation, to remove all organic matter and other residue that may prevent disinfection or sterilisation. Equipment that comes into contact with intact skin must be cleaned before re-use whether it looks soiled or not, this includes chairs and workbenches...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Generally, fetes and cake stalls are lower risk food operations. So, following good hygiene practices such as keeping your kitchen clean, washing hands regularly, keeping food cold in the fridge (below 5°C) or hot (above 60°C) and avoiding cross contamination, are a good start...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Food Poisoning is caused by disease carrying bacteria either present in food and water or transferred by humans. It results from an ‘overdose’ of the germs of the toxins (poisons) produced by the germs in food. In both cases the food may look quite wholesome and appetizing.

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Council’s Environmental Health Officers have identified food slicers as being one of the pieces of equipment in food shops most likely to be a source of food contamination.

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • A person must not handle food for sale unless the person is clean and is wearing clean clothing. A person who handles food for sale must thoroughly clean his or her hands, by washing them with soap or detergent and potable water or by means of some other suitable cleaning process approved by Council...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • These notes are taken from the Department of Health guidelines aimed at reducing the risk to health posed by bacteria such as E. coli, Salmonella and Listeria during the production of cooked meats...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Many complaints may be considered a private matter between two property owners, however, outlined below are guidelines on common complaints dealt with by this Division. It should be noted that when lodging a complaint in regard to private property, this can be done via telephoning in, writing a letter or emailing to the Council with your complaint.

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Keeping Insects and Pests out of Premises, and controlling them if they enter...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis can be caused by a number of things including alcohol, chemicals, drugs and infection by viruses...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
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