Do you own or work in a business within the food service sector or retailer of ready to eat foods? Are you interested in improving food safety outcomes? SA Health invites you to the Food Service Industry Consultation on the Future of Food Safety on Tuesday 11 April 2017 from 2 to 4pm at the Adelaide Pavilion, Veale Gardens, corner South Terrace and Peacock Road, Adelaide.
For further information view flyer here.
All Businesses are required under Section 86 of the Food Act 2001, to fill out a Food Business Notification (FBN) form. There is no fee attached to this, but there is a legal obligation to complete one. A FBN form should be submitted to council before you commence trading. Also, if any details change, e.g. a new proprietor, or change of location, you must notify Council within 14 days.
To view information regarding current food recalls please view the Food Safety Australia New Zealand website by clicking here.
While you're there, have a look at other aspects of food safety and the food industry.
The City of Port Lincoln is increasingly being approached by community members who are concerned about the responsibility of organising community events, where it is intended that food will be consumed by members of the public. We have developed guidelines to assist community members in the planning and facilitation of events with regard to food safety.
To download a copy of the guidelines click here.
The City of Port Lincoln can provide you, your organisation or association with a Special Event Permit if you wish to use Council footpaths, land, parks or gardens for any purpose.
Click here for Special and Community Event Permit Applications; and
Click here for Commerical Use of Footpath/Road Permit applications.