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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  • Bacteria grow above 5°C, so that 0 point of the thermometer must be checked routinely to make sure it is accurate in this region...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • It is a viral infection of the liver with symptoms of feeling unwell, aches and pain, fever, nauseas, lack of appetite, abdominal discomfort and darkening of urine, followed within a few days by jaundice (yellowing of the eyeballs and skin)...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Unsafe or unhygienic procedures may affect the health of both the client and the operator. Where procedures involving skin penetration are not managed correctly, they may transmit bacterial, fungal and viral infections, including HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Legionnaires Disease is a pneumonia-type illness caused by legionella bacteria infection. Typical symptoms include abrupt onset of high fever, non-productive cough, chills, headache, muscle pain and mental confusion.

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • As the operator of newly registered premises, you are required to operate your premises so that food procured from it by your customers, is up to Food Regulation standards...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Frozen foods should be stored in the freezer section of the refrigerator, or the freezer, as soon as you get home from the shop. Thawing, or even a rise in temperature without thawing, stimulates chemical and microbiological activity which could spoil the food...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • As hairdressers or barbers, you do not carry out procedures that intentionally penetrate the skin. However, some infections can be transferred by the contact with the skin, knowledge of hygiene practices and infection control are essential for you to keep yourselves and your client safe from spread of infection...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Plastic Bags  (94 KB)

    Plastic bags are a form of packaging that is often not essential to product integrity. A study conducted by the Environment Protection Authority 2003 found that 94% of Australians considered that the current use and disposal of plastic bags are a problem to the environment...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Neighbourhood Noise  (976 KB)

    Neighbourhood noise, such as noise from animals, alarms, machines and parties can be very annoying. You can often stop noise that disturbs you without involving your council, the police or the Department of the Environment and Climate Change (formerly the EPA)...

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Birds of Australia Crossword with a Colouring In Animals section.

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • Children's Environmental Awards.

    Mon, 01 January 2007
  • A number of Colouring-In Stencils for Children. Includes  "What we can recycle" and Various Australian Animals.

    Mon, 01 January 2007
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