EUROPEAN HEALTH INFORMATION GATEWAY
Environment and Health Information System (ENHIS)
Indicators: 59
Updated: 26 May 2016
Downloads: 73

ENHIS is an evidence-based information system aiming to support public health and environmental policies in the WHO European Region. The system is an interactive database, composed of country-level indicators and regional assessments (fact sheets). The fact sheets also include information on how data is obtained and how the indicators are calculated. ENHIS indicators provide information on exposures, health outcomes and policy actions related to the environment and health priority areas for the European Region known as Regional Priority Goals (RPGs)

Outbreaks of waterborne diseases

Public water supply and access to piped water sources

Access to improved sanitation and water treatment

Bathing water quality

Mortality from road traffic injuries in children and young people

Mortality in children and adolescents from unintentional injuries

Prevalence of excess body weight and obesity in children and adolescents

Percentage of physical active children and adolescents

Infant mortality from respiratory diseases

Exposure to particulate matter in outdoor air

Exposure of children to second hand tobacco smoke

Children living in homes with problems of dampness

Proportion of children living in homes using solid fuel

Policies to reduce the exposure of children to second hand tobacco smoke

Exposure to ozone in outdoor air

Incidence of childhood leukaemia

Incidence of melanoma in people aged under 55 years

Persistent organic pollutants (POP) in human milk

Exposure to chemical hazards in food

Levels of lead in children's blood

Radon levels in dwellings

Work injuries in children and young people

Exposure to environmental noise