The FoodSafe Group run more food hygiene courses than any other provider in the region. Courses are planned throughout the year and run most weeks. Due to the fact that our delegate numbers are strictly limited to nine delegates, the frequency of our courses is naturally high.
If required we can specifically tailor the timing of courses around your business. This may include nights and weekends.
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The FoodSafe Group have recently launched a new service aimed at providing leading caterers with the ability to measure the effectiveness of their cleaning/hygiene practices, quickly and cost effectively - throughout their operations. With the current high public profile of food hygiene practices (BBC - Rogue Restaurants and a Dispatches documentary showing poor hygiene practices within a factory) this new service allows caterers to measure compliance against agreed standards, further reassuring customers that employees are well trained and competent in their duties, as well ensuring bacteria is kept within safe limits.
ATP (Adenosine Triphospate) testing is commonly used within manufacturing and essentially measures the cleanliness of equipment which is in constant contact with food. With results available almost immediately (following cleaning) it is a more visual way of demonstrating to employees the need to ensure the correct cleaning agents, contact time, methods and sanitation are deployed.
Paul Turner (Principal Environmental Health Officer - Hull City Council) delivered an informative presentation to a captivated audience at the FoodSafe seminar. Local food business owners turned out in their numbers to hear how they could improve their Scores on the Doors through hygiene improvements