The A-Z of Food Safety
We currently live in an increasingly litigious society, and the legal and practical risks associated with food safety are becoming complex and significant areas of concern for health officers and food business owners.
This book is a detailed and comprehensive guide to the field of study, fully up-to-date with all the latest developments in UK and European legislation.
With an extensive topic by topic expanded index format, this book will prove an accessible source of reference for all food-related queries. The author explains how best to conform to regulations and offers relevant practical advice under each topic heading.
1 600 separate entries arranged in an accessible topic by-topic index format
2 Fully up-to-date with all the latest UK and European legislation
3 Expert summaries of the law, issues, risks and obligations
4 A useful risk assessment-based approach
5 Each entry cross-referenced to other relevant topics
6 The distilled knowledge of a renowned food safety expert in one prestigious book
7 Detailed advice on what to do and how to do it
8 Appendices of valuable forms and food safety audit documentation, which can be applied immediately
Who should read this book?
- All food manufacturers
- Organisations in the supply and distribution chain
- Food retailers and wholesalers
- Catering businesses
- Hotels and restaurants
- Leisure businesses
- Everyone involved in the preparation of food in all types of organization
- Environmental health and trading standards officers
Jeremy Stranks Msc, FCIEH, FIOSH, RSP is an acknowledged expert in the field. He was a founder member of the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health [NEBOSH] and a chief examiner for that Board for many years. He is a regular seminar speaker and the author of over 20 books including The A-Z of Health and Safety, Health and Safety Law and The A-Z of the Environment [December 2007].