Category: News

Hampshire Children’s Nursery Scores Poorly In Food Hygiene Inspection

April 27, 2014

A children’s nursery is among 14 places in Hampshire that have received poor ratings in recent food hygiene inspections. The Food Standards Agency scheme gives ratings to eateries from 0 – 5, with a score of zero meaning that urgent improvement is necessary.
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East Sussex Seafront Restaurant’s Food Hygiene Rating Falls

April 26, 2014

A Worthing seafront restaurant which had previously scored well in a food hygiene inspection has seen its rating fall following a new inspection.
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Windsor Eatery Fined For Poor Food Hygiene

April 22, 2014

A Windsor Chinese restaurant has been fined for breaching food hygiene regulations.
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Hertfordshire Food Outlets Score Poorly In Food Hygiene Inspections

April 22, 2014

A number of Hertfordshire food outlets have been rated ‘zero’ in recent food hygiene inspections. The Food Standards Agency scheme gives ratings to eateries from 0 – 5. A score of zero means that urgent improvement is necessary.
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Number Of Watford Food Outlets Receive Poor Food Hygiene Ratings

April 13, 2014

A number of food outlets in the Watford area have received poor food hygiene ratings. The Food Standards Agency schemes gives ratings from 0 – 5, with 0 meaning that urgent improvement is necessary.
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Oldham Company Director Fined For Food Hygiene Offences

April 12, 2014

An Oldham company director has pleaded guilty to a number of food hygiene offences.
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Filthy Conditions Found At East Yorkshire Restaurant

April 6, 2014

Filthy conditions have been found at an East Yorkshire eatery. When food hygiene inspectors visited The Thali Indian restaurant in Pocklington they discovered raw and cooked meat being kept next to each other. They also found no soap for workers to wash their hands.
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Restaurant Featured In TV Programme Receives Poor Food Hygiene Rating

April 5, 2014

A Coventry Indian restaurant which was featured in a BBC 1 documentary has scored a poor score of 1 in a recent food hygiene inspection. Food hygiene ratings are rated from 0 to 5 with 0 meaning that urgent improvement is needed.
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SIX Enfield Takeaways Receive Poor Food Hygiene Ratings

April 3, 2014

A number of Enfield’s takeaways have received very poor food hygiene ratings.
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Food Safety Seminars To Help Chinese Eateries

March 28, 2014

To help improve their food safety management systems, a series of food hygiene seminars have been held specifically for Chinese eateries by Newtownabbey Borough Council, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
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Wigan Eateries Score Well For Food Hygiene

March 25, 2014

Many of Wigan’s eateries have scored well in recent food hygiene ratings inspections with the majority of restaurants and takeaways receiving four or five stars.
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Poor Food Hygiene Scores For Walthamstow Takeaways

March 24, 2014

A number of Walthamstow takeaways have scored badly following recent food hygiene inspections. Food hygiene ratings are given a score of 1 to 5, with 5 being classed as “very good”. A total of 10 restaurants and takeaways in the area were rated a poor zero or one.
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Lancashire Eatery Given One Star Rating

March 16, 2014

A popular café in the centre of Bolton, Lancashire has been given a one star rating food hygiene by local council inspections.
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Rodent Infestation Found At Battersea Restaurant

March 15, 2014

A fast food restaurant in Battersea with a serious rodent infestation has been ordered to close.
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Poor Hygiene Standards Found At Cambridgeshire Takeaway

March 9, 2014

Poor cleaning and disinfection standards have been found at a Cambridgeshire takeaway. Staff were seen placing a dirty mop bucket on a draining board. Without cleaning and disinfecting the surface, this same area was later used for preparing food. There were also issues around blocked drains and flies.
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Poor Food Hygiene Results For Top Wirral Restaurant

March 9, 2014

Wirral council food hygiene inspectors found appalling conditions during an on the-spot visit in January 2013 to one of the area’s top restaurants.
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Dorset Eateries Fail Food Hygiene Inspections

March 7, 2014

Three Bournemouth eateries have all failed council food hygiene inspections.
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Lowest Possible Hygiene Ratings For Somerset Eateries

March 6, 2014

Several eateries in Weston, Somerset, have received the lowest possible hygiene mark from food inspectors.
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Chinese restaurant in Southsea ordered to shut down

March 3, 2014

A Chinese restaurant in Southsea, Portsmouth was immediately shut down following what a health inspector described as one of the worse breaches in food hygiene he had ever seen.
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November 21, 2013

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New Website Launched

April 22, 2010

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Catering and the Fire Safety Order

February 10, 2010

Most Golf Club Managers will be familiar with the visit from the Environmental Health Officer. Satisfying the local EHO that the catering facility is being operated in compliance with all the Food Hygiene Regulations will be well known to many.
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Ducting Systems HCAI

January 21, 2010

Those responsible for the maintenance of building services will be well aware of the Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations which provide an overall framework of legislation requiring that every enclosed workplace is ventilated by a sufficient quantity of fresh or purified air. However, in spite of the existence of this legislation one comes across frequent instances where ventilation systems are clearly not being cleaned. Sooty deposits on ventilation grilles is a common sight in offices and public buildings.
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Compliance with the Fire Safety Order Essential

December 15, 2009

In October 2006 the Government simplified a raft of fire safety rules and regulations into one piece of legislation – The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, now usually referred to as The Fire Safety Order.
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When Cleaned Should Mean Safe

December 12, 2009

The Fire Safety Order, which became law in October 2006, has undoubtedly raised the awareness of those responsible for facilities and buildings management to ensure that building occupants are not put at risk from the dangers of fire. More comprehensive fire risk assessments are now being produced to identify possible sources of fire and to set down the methods to eliminate, or at the very least to minimise these risks.
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Clean Ventilation Systems – Never More Essential

December 3, 2009

The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 provide an overall framework of legislation for those responsible for the management of buildings and premises to ensure that every enclosed workplace is ventilated by a sufficient quantity of fresh or purified air. Where this ventilation is provided by mechanical means the Regulations require those mechanised ventilation systems to be maintained (including under Regulation 5 cleaned “as appropriate”) in efficient working order. Failure to carry out these duties is a breach of the Regulations. Under the complementary Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations there is a duty on every employer to conduct a risk assessment and to manage that risk appropriately.
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