Food Hygiene

Westminster Compliance | 16/11/2018

Is food handled in your workplace?  There are many businesses and organisations that sell, prepare, serve or manufacture food and drink.  For anyone involved in any of these activities they must be able, by law, to demonstrate that they are competent to handle food and they understand about all the hygiene requirements.  Every local authority in England has the power to close down any business or organisation if they are concerned that the food hygiene legislation is not being followed.

 

Westminster Compliance can help anyone who has concerns about the food hygiene in their workplace.  We are always happy to give advice, or to offer a range of training programs. There are eight food safety courses available in our eLearning Academy, some of which can be purchased for under £20.  Why not have a look, and maybe even take a free trial by following this link: http://westminstercompliance.co.uk/e-learning/food-safety/   Complete any of these ROSPA-approved courses and then print off your own training certificate.

 

We are also able to offer bespoke, face-to-face food safety courses as well as the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) certificated courses.

If we can help with further information or advice then please contact us at info@westminstercompliance.co.uk

About Us

Westminster Compliance was established to provide a more personal, proactive health and safety consultancy that would keep businesses working and compliant with ever-changing legislation.

Our presentations and training are interesting and fun because we want our clients to buy into health and safety, and definitely not to see it as a boring, unnecessary nuisance. We know that our best service is provided to small and medium sized organisations and have developed a system that works in most industries.
We stick with straightforward language, keeping away from jargon, and do not make ridiculous promises. Most importantly, we realise that we are working with human beings.

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