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Hayes and Harlington 1960

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Hayes]

Published
1961
Pages
60
Tables
34

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  • Page 7
    BIRTH AND DEATH RATES, ETC.
    YearLive BirthsStillbirthsDeathsInfant Death RateMaternal Mortality Rate
    TotalRateCorrected BateTotalRateTotalRateCorrected Rate
  • Page 8
    CAUSES OF DEATH DURING 1960
    Cause of DeathMaleFemale
  • Page 9
    CAUSES OF DEATHS SHOWN IN AGE GROUPS 1960
    Age in years0-910-1920-2930-3940-4950-5960-6970-7980-8990 & over
  • Page 12
    VACCINATION AND IMMUNISATION, 1960
    AGENUMBER OP CHILDREN IMMUNISED
    Diphtheria onlyWhooping Cough onlyTetanus onlyCombined Diphtheria/ Whooping CoughCombined Diphtheria/ TetanusCombined Diphtheria/ Whooping Cough/ Tetanus
    FirstBoosterFirstBoosterFirstBoosterFirstBoosterFirstBoosterFirstBooster
  • Page 13
    VACCINATION AND IMMUNISATION
    Smallpox VaccinationPoliomyelitis Vaccination
    PrimaryRe-VaccinationPrimaryRe- Vaccination
  • Page 14
    TUBERCULOSIS New Cases and Mortality during the year, 1960
    Age PeriodsRespiratoryNon-RespiratoryRespiratoryNonrespiratory
    MPMPMPMP
  • Page 14
    TUBERCULOSIS New Cases and Mortality during the year, 1960
    195519561957195819591960
  • Page 14
    B.C.G. VACCINATION OF SCHOOLCHILDREN
    Number of children whose parentsNumber who wereNumber whose tests werenot readNumber who were Vaccinated
    skin testedfound positivefound negative
    wereasked to participateconsented to participate.
  • Page 15
    CONFIRMED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES (OTHER THAN TUBERCULOSIS)
    195519561957195819591960
    CasesDeathsCasesDeathsCasesDeathsCasesDeathsCasesDeathsCasesDeaths
  • Page 16
    ANALYSIS OF TOTAL CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES
    DiseaseAT AGES
    Under 1 yr.12345-910 - 1415 - 2425 & overAge unknownTOTALS
  • Page 16
    ANALYSIS OF TOTAL CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES
    DiseaseAT AGES
    Under 5 yrs.5-1415 - 4445 - 6465 & overAge unknownTOTALS
  • Page 19
    PART I - SANITARY ADMINISTRATION Inspection of the District
  • Page 20
    Summary of Complaints.
  • Page 21
    Notices Served.
  • Page 22
    Drainage and Sewerage. Little time was available for negotiating with property owners for the abolition of cesspools and pail closets and the following table shows little variation from last year, the only difference being a reduction of 2 in the number of pail closets. With these exceptions all premises in the district are on main drainage.
    Cesspool drainagePail Closets
  • Page 25
    PART II - AIR POLLUTION. (a) Smoke Control Areas. The ten - year programme to bring the whole of the Urban District under Smoke Control continued according to schedule and by the end of the year the following progress had been made:-
    No. of Smoke Control OrdersAcresNo. of Dwellings InvolvedOther Buildings Involved
    Local AuthorityPrivate
  • Page 28
    Monthly Averages for Sulphur Dioxide 1960
    SULPHUR (parts per 100 million)
    William Byrd School, Bath RoadColdharbour LaneGrange Park School, Lansbury Drive
  • Page 29
    Monthly Averages for Smoke 1960
    SMOKE (Mg. per 100 Cubic Metresi
    William Byrd School, Bath RoadColdharbour LaneGrange Park School, Lansbury Drive
  • Page 31
    The following licences were issued;-
    DesignationDealers' LicencesSupplementary Licences
  • Page 32
    Thirty-two samples of ice cream were obtained and taken to the Public Health Laboratory, Ealing, for bacteriological examination. The use of the special standard devised by the Public Health Laboratory, Ealing, has been continued and is, for convenience, set out below:-
    GradeCountFaecal Coli
  • Page 34
    The following foods were condemned during the year:-
  • Page 36
    The samling of food and drugs for chemical analysis is carried out y the Middlesex County Council and the following table and supplementary information regarding samples obtained during the year has been kindly supplied by the Senior Public Control Officer
    ArticleTotal Samples ProcuredUnsatisfactory
  • Page 38
    Inspection of Food Premises. (a) Inspections
    PremisesTotal Number in DistrictInspections made
  • Page 39
    (b) Defects remedied
  • Page 40
    Inspection of Houses during the year.
  • Page 41
    (b) Number of dwelling houses which were rendered fit after service of formal notices:
  • Page 44
    New Houses. During the year the following dwellings were completed by the Council and Private Developers:-
  • Page 48
    Appendix I Part A. PRESCRIBED PARTICULARS ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE FACTORIES ACT, 1937 Part I of the Act. 1. Inspections.
    Premises (1)Number on Register (2)Number of
    Inspections (3)Written Notices (4)Occupiers Prosecuted (5)
  • Page 49
    2. Defects found. Appendix I Part A.
    ParticularsNumber of cases in which defects were foundNumber of cases in which prosecutions were instituted
    FoundRemediedReferred
    To H.M. InspectorBy H.M. Inspector
    (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
  • Page 50
    Appendix I Part A.
    ParticularsNumber of cases in which defects were foundNumber of cases in which prosecutions were instituted
    FoundRemediedReferred
    To H.M. InspectorBy H.M. Inspector
    (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
  • Page 51
    OUTWORK Appendix I Part B.
    Nature of WorkSection 110Section 111
    No. of outworkers in August list required by Section 110(1)(c)No. of cases of default in sending lists to the CouncilNo. of prosecutions for failure to supply listsNo. of instances of work in unwhole┬░ some premisesNotices servedProse~ cutions
    (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)
  • Page 52
    Appendix I Part B,
    Nature of WorkSection 110Section 111
    No. of out-workers in August list required by Section U0(l)(c)No. of cases of default in sending lists to the CouncilNo. of prosecutions for failure to supply listsNo. of instances of work in unwholesome premisesNotices servedProsecutions
    (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)
  • Page 53
    PREVENTION OF DAMAGE BV PESTS ACT, 1949 REPORT FOR 12 MONTHS ENDED 31ST DECEMBER, 1960
    Type of Propertv
    Non-Aqricultural(5) Agricultural
    (1) Local Authority(2) Dwelling Houses (inc. Council houses )(3) All Other ( including Business Premises)(4) Total of Cols. (1), (2) & (3)
  • Page 54
    Appendix II
    Type of Property
    Non-Agricultural(5) Agricultural
    (1) Local Authority(2) Dwelling Houses (inc. Council Houses )(3) All Other (including Business Premises)(4) Total of Cols. (1), (2) S (3)