Category Archives: Health & Safety EHO requirements

Buying a Pub, Bistro, Licensed Premises and other useful Information

“The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub, Bistro, Licensed Premises.” The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub is now available to purchase as an ebook through www.smashwords.com. for $5.99 or UK equivalent approximately £4.30, depending on the exchange rate. In addition you can read some the book by clicking on the Link below,… Read More »

Blanket calorie cap an impractical imposition on business, says, UKHospitality

Blanket calorie cap an impractical imposition on business, says, UKHospitality UKHospitality, the single, authoritative voice for the hospitality sector, has warned against the introduction of a calorie cap for out-of-home food and drink. The Chief Medical Officer has today published a report containing a series of proposals aimed at tackling childhood obesity. Among the proposals… Read More »

Allergen Information – Lessons To Be Learnt

Allergen Information – Lessons To Be Learnt “A takeaway has been fine more than £10,000 for serving a takeaway dish to a customer with nuts, even though the customer made the takeaway aware of the nut allergy. The order was made on the Just Eat service to Koh Thai Tapas in Salisbury, with the customer… Read More »

Hotelier Fined £80,000 for Health and Safety Breaches due to Asbestos

  Hotelier Fined £80,000 for Health and Safety Breaches due to Asbestos Carrying out a refurb? Have you checked for Asbestos? A Devon based hoteliers has been sentenced today after materials containing asbestos were disturbed during a major refurbishment at The Park Hotel in Barnstaple. Newton Abbot Magistrates’ Court heard that between October 2016 and… Read More »

JG&Partners, “Protecting your business?” £5,000 fine for failing to display Food Hygiene Ratings

“Protecting your business?” £5,000 fine for failing to display Food Hygiene Ratings A recent case at Cardiff Magistrates Court, in which a business owner was fined £5,000, highlights the obligations businesses have to display their food hygiene ratings, in Wales and Northern Ireland. The case surrounded a restaurant which had been given a Two-star rating, … Read More »

Certification for all gas and electrical appliances where applicable

Gas appliance safety: supplier and manufacturer’s obligations Find out which gas appliances must comply with the Gas Appliances (Safety) Regulations 1995, exemption and penalties for non-compliance Published 11 September 2012 From: Health and Safety Executive Contents Introduction How the regulations may apply to you Type examination and monitoring the production of gas appliances CE marking… Read More »

Food Hygiene Prosecution for using unsuitable wooden plates.

Food Hygiene Prosecution Posted: 26 Jan 2018 07:00 AM PST Food Hygiene Prosecution for using unsuitable wooden plates. A Birmingham restaurant learned an expensive lesson in relation to food hygiene when it was fined £50,000 by Birmingham Magistrates’ Court. Ibrahim’s Grill and Steak House had adopted the use of wooden boards as is currently popular… Read More »

Seizure, Prohibition, Forfeiture & Destruction… does the FSA have the power?

Seizure, Prohibition, Forfeiture & Destruction… does the FSA have the power? A Birmingham based meat supplier finds itself in a very difficult position – what powers does the FSA have, and how might this affect you as a customer? Date: 25 January 2018 Author/Solicitor: Hannah Price “It has been widely reported that the FSA are… Read More »