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How can I find out if my food business needs a Food Safety Supervisor?
As a general rule, most food businesses in Victoria, Queensland, NSW and the ACT will require at least one designated Food Safety Supervisor per location.
Who should I choose to be a Food Safety Supervisor for my business?
Choosing the right person to perform the role of Food Safety Supervisor in your business is crucial. This person will be in charge of making sure that your business remains food safe, so it has to be someone responsible.Read More
Who is responsible for food safety in my business?
Food Safety is everyone’s responsibility. The business owner, the Food Safety Supervisor and all the Food Handlers in an organisation play a part. Each have their own roles and responsibilities with regards to food safety.Read More
How do I notify the authorities that I’ve nominated a Food Safety Supervisor?
Once you’ve nominated a Food Safety Supervisor for your business, you would usually advise your local council in writing - either via email or through the post.Read More
What are the penalties if I don't have a Food Safety Supervisor?
The penalties for not having a Food Safety Supervisor are set at a state and territory level. The fine ranges from $330 to $75,000, depending on the situation and where the business is located.Read More