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Online Learning Resources | Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Food Additives 1: basic information on food additives.; Food Additives 2: takes you through an ingredients list of some commonly available products.; Microbiological Criteria - Regulation 2073/2005. Module 1: Identifying Relevant Microbiological Criteria; Module 2: Sampling and Testing

Choosing a Trainer | Food Safety Training | Food ...
Choosing a Food Safety Trainer or Training Course. The FSAI does not provide food hygiene or HACCP training, nor is there a national accreditation body for training courses in Ireland.. As there is no accreditation body in Ireland there is no authorised list of trainers.

Guides to Good Hygiene Practice | Food Hygiene | Food ...
Safe Catering – your guide to making food safely (FSAI Publication) The FSAI has developed Guidance Note 23 on the ‘Development and Assessment of Recognised National Voluntary Guides to Good Hygiene Practice and the Application of HACCP Principles’.

Advice for Caterers on Serving Burgers that are Safe to ...
and catering premises were contaminated with STEC and Salmonella. STEC was detected in 2.5% of samples and Salmonella. in 0.1% of samples. 1. Therefore, to ensure that minced meat burgers are safe to eat, they should be cooked to a core temperature of 75°C or an equivalent temperature-time combination provided in the table below.

Types of Hazards | HACCP | Food Businesses | The Food ...
Types of Hazards. There are four types of hazards that you need to consider:. Microbiological hazards. Microbiological hazards include bacteria, yeasts, moulds and viruses. Chemical hazards . Chemical hazards include water, food contact materials, cleaning agents, pest control substances, contaminants (environmental, agricultural and process e.g. acrylamide), pesticides, biocides and food ...

Enforcement and Audit | The Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Enforcement and Audit. Enforcement Reports (information on premises closures, improvement and prohibition orders as well as prosecutions).. The FSAI undertakes these activities to ensure food produced, distributed and marketed in Ireland is safe:

News Centre | The Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Welcome to the Food Safety Authority of Ireland website. Here you can get food industry information, find food legislation, check for FSAI latest news or make an online complaint.

Contact Us | About Us | The Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Contact Us. The form below is for general feedback or queries.. Consumers: please complete our Consumer Complaint Form (e.g. complaint about a food outlet); Food businesses or official agencies: please complete our Food Incident Report form. For media queries: email 'press at fsai dot ie'.; For protected disclosures: email 'protecteddisclosure at fsai dot ie'

Approved Food Establishments | Food Businesses | The Food ...
Approved Food Establishments. Establishments handling products of animal origin for which hygiene conditions are laid down in Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 must be approved by the competent authority of each Member State.. Member States are required by law to make up-to-date lists of such establishments available to other Member States and to the public.

Cling Film - Safety of Use | FAQs | The Food Safety ...
Is cling film safe to use? Yes, cling film is safe to use when used properly and when the manufacturer’s instructions are followed. If not used properly there is a risk of chemical migration from the cling film to the food. Can cling film be used in an oven?

Hygiene Checklist - Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Hygiene Checklist . Simple checks of the premises should be carried out by the manager or supervisor regularly* Satisfactory Details of action taken

Register your Business | Starting a Food Business | Food ...
Register Your Business. You have to register your food business with a competent authority before you start operating, even if operating from home.

Training | FAQ' s | The Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Welcome to the Food Safety Authority of Ireland website. Here you can get food industry information, find food legislation, check for FSAI latest news or make an online complaint.

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
Scope Businesses that are considered to be within the scope of this document will collectively be referred to as catering businesses and include such premises as hotels, restaurants, public houses, take-aways, sandwich bars, delicatessens, coffee shops, street vendors, mobile shops, vending machines, outside catering

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) will have an ...
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) will have an information stand at Hospitality Expo, 2016. The event is due to take place in the RDS, Dublin. It will be Ireland’s largest trade show for the Hospitality Sector in 2016 and is designed to assist the Irish accommodation, food service & the licensed trades plan for growth in the year ahead.

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