Food Hygiene and Food Safety Regulations - Why?
If you run a food and drinks business or work with food and drink, whether paid or for charity, Food Hygiene and Food Safety Regulations affect you.
Working with food and drink, you learn the skills of preparation, cooking, handling, serving and selling. You also need to know the rules.
Food Regulations cover any undertaking of any size that is involved in the producing, processing, transporting, selling or giving away anything edible – whether at a charity event or in a supermarket. It is you - the 'food business operator' (FBO) who is legally responsible for ensuring that you understand your responsibilities under the law.
Understanding what the rules mean can be difficult, but it is YOUR responsibility to supply safe products to your customers. You must also be able to prove you are taking all reasonable precautions if you are asked by your Local Council. This is your defence if something goes wrong - due diligence.
Food Solutions and Food Hygiene and Food Safety Regulations
Food Solutions produces handbooks and checklists to help food businesses and those involved with food and drink, to understand food hygiene regulations and comply easily.
Here, we give an insight into our Food Hygiene, HACCP and Food Safety Handbook.
Understanding Food Regulations
Food Solutions Handbook to the Food Hygiene and Food Safety Regulations quotes relevant text and official guidance. It also explains in easy language what they mean to you.
"The Hygiene Code" for those involved with food and drink.
In 100 pages A5 format, Understanding Food Hygiene and Safety Regulations covers the main Food Hygiene and Food Safety laws. HACCP, traceability, allergens, labelling and training are detailed, with our Food Safety HACCP Checklist included, reminding you of your responsiblities.
The Handbook is now available online within Food Solutions Food Safety Management System as well as in hard copy.
Food Solutions - helping you understand and comply with Food Hygiene, HACCP and Food Safety Regulations.