The New Brunswick Food Premise Regulation provides all the detailed requirements for a food premise to ensure prevention of health hazards. It outlines the minimum requirements pertaining to maintenance, temperature control, sanitizing, pest control, food handler hygiene and the various daily tasks in which food handlers are involved.
The Food Premise Regulation also highlights the requirement for mandatory certification of food handlers and is used by Public Health Inspectors during inspection.
What does the regulation say about Food Handlers Certificate?
There must be at least one person on-site who has a valid food handler certificate.
If the food premise is classified as a Class 4 food premise, then a manager or supervisor must have their food handler certificate.
What should I do?
EXPERT ADVICE: Get yourself and your entire staff certified. This is the recommendation by health inspectors and the health department. Completing a Food Handler Certification course helps ensure you or your business is never the cause of food poisoning.