Every food business must have documentation known as a Food Safety Management System (FSMS). This demonstrates HOW you provide or produce safe food (from ingredient delivery to service or sale).
I was recently involved in discussions around hygienic practices needed when preparing for communion in my local church. Is the service of the blood (wine) and body of Christ (wafers) risky to the health of churchgoers taking part?
A recent comment from a client sparked a debate about safety on Dress Down days. Its great that a company offers staff the opportunity to be a bit more relaxed on occasion but observation indicated that casual clothes can also mean a more casual attitude to safety.
I got to thinking about health and safety in nurseries. After my first child was 8 months old I wanted to go back to work, to the job I loved and after considering the options decided to put him into a nursery.
I was recently asked to give advice regarding someone who had had a fall at work. The injured party’s job is mainly administration but they had had to go out of the building to work on that particular day.
If you are about to start or have just started a business we can offer advice about what you need to do to meet Health and Safety requirements.
We were on BBC Radio 5 Live Investigates. Find out about Food Hygiene Inspections by listening here.