County hosts Public Health Inspector information session
This is your chance to ask Public Health inspectors anything and everything about serving and preparing food for the public.
Yellowhead County Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) will be hosting two information sessions with the local Public Health Inspectors; one in Marlboro, one in Mackay; this October. Do you know when, or if, you need to get a permit for your event that is serving food? Do you know if you require the Safe Food Handling course for your activities?
The Public Health Inspector will be able to clarify the rules and regulations relating to serving food at a public gathering, permits that may, or may not, be necessary, and clarify any misinformation that may be circulating about serving/offering food to the public. This information session is geared towards people that are working with community groups or markets, and non-profits serving/ selling food in a public setting. It will also include a Q&A session for any unanswered questions, and pamphlets and information will be made available regarding rules, regulations and permits.
The sessions run on the following days:
Mackay Community Hall, 7:30-8:30 + Q&A, October 10.
Marlboro Community Hall, 7:308:30 + Q&A, October 19.
Pre-registration through Yellowhead County is required. You can register @ 780-325-3782 or 1- 800-814-3935 by October 6th (Mackay) or October 13th (Marlboro).
Yellowhead County FCSS is a preventive social services program cost shared between the provincial government and Yellowhead County (minimum 20 per cent).