www.bhec texas.gov is a searchable database of biotechnology and environmental regulation compliance. You can search by regulations, by permit type, for assistance and education programs, for requirement information and assistance materials related to your business type, or for other information relevant to you.
The agency has established a core set of values and behaviors that are important to our employees, partnership stakeholders and the people we serve. Employees at BHEc strive to make these values part of how they work in order to meet our vision goal: Providing quality public health services that improve the health and well-being of all Texans.
BHE is a statewide, state-funded program that promotes the health and safety of Texas residents through public health education, public information and consultation. It provides statistics from 100 counties across Texas regarding STDs, HIV/AIDS, etc.
BHE is creating an integrated business operating system designed to improve and simplify the business of health. The Texas Department of State Health Services BHE project vision is to transform how services are provided in order to deliver improved quality, safety and efficiency across Texas.
www.bhec texas.gov is the web site for the Bulk Electric System Consumer Advocate, a government agency dedicated to ensuring that all consumers of electricity have access to safe and reliable energy at a reasonable cost. This office works closely with electric providers, customers and other stakeholders – including Texas legislators – to find solutions that address current and long- term market challenges, promote competition and prevent supply interruptions.
Bexar County Health and Human Services Department
The Bexar County Health and Human Services Department (Bexar County) is dedicated to protecting and improving the health of all citizens, within our community. We accomplish this by providing comprehensive health and human services that are client centered, culturally sensitive, accessible and effective.
The agency website for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is an official source of information about your community, and is also a great way to learn how you can help conserve water and protect your health.
The BHEIT program is a statewide workforce development initiative that provides employees of small businesses with the training and education necessary to help those businesses achieve their goals. BHEIT has three central goals: getting training to businesses, helping the business survive, and providing employees with new experiences.
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