Surveillance of notifiable conditions
Reports on the incidence of notifiable conditions in South Australia
A notifiable disease is any disease that is required by law to be reported to the Department for Health and Ageing. This allows the Department to monitor the disease and provide early warnings of possible outbreaks. Useful information can be found on the Surveillance of notifiable conditions.
For the latest Port Pirie lead reports and national lead guidelines, please see the Port Pirie Lead Implementation Program page. Published reports include Port Pirie children’s blood lead levels and soil lead concentrations.
Interactive atlases prepared by the Public Health Information Development Unit (PHIDU), Torrens University include: