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Horsegate prof ‘frustrated’ by delays

Food Safety

Horsegate prof ‘frustrated’ by delays

Tom Wall23/07/2014 - 13:00

Prof Chris Elliott has expressed frustration that his report into UK’s food supply chain following the horsemeat scandal has still not been published.

Trade talks ‘could threaten food safety’

Food Safety

Trade talks ‘could threaten food safety’

Corin Williams23/07/2014 - 14:00

European consumer rights groups have warned a US and EU trade deal could lead to a ban on chemically washed chicken being overturned.

Commonwealth Games outbreak contained

Public Health

Commonwealth Games outbreak contained

Corin Williams23/07/2014 - 14:00

Glasgow City Council EHOs have helped deal with an outbreak of norovirus that made 53 people ill at the Commonwealth Games Village.

KFC rapped over flooded kitchen

Food Safety

KFC rapped over flooded kitchen

Corin Williams23/07/2014 - 15:00

A KFC branch has been told to retrain staff after EHOs discovered three workers preparing food while standing in dirty blood-contaminated water.

Fracking regulation ‘inadequate’

Environmental Protection

Fracking regulation ‘inadequate’

Tom Wall23/07/2014 - 13:00

The risks posed by fracking are not properly regulated according to a report by CIEH and Scientists for Global Responsibility (SGR).

Ten things you should know about workplace safety

Health and Safety

Ten things you should know about workplace safety

Hugh Robertson23/07/2014 - 13:00

Hugh Robertson, TUC head of health and safety and Health and Safety Executive board member, lists ten facts about health and safety.

Landlord of ‘shoddy’ property penalised

Housing

Landlord of ‘shoddy’ property penalised

Corin Williams23/07/2014 - 15:00

A landlord who left a tenant without heating and hot water for more than a year has been fined nearly £4,000.

Only a third aware of FHRS

Food Safety

Only a third aware of FHRS

Corin Williams23/07/2014 - 14:00

People in England are far less likely to know about the Food Hygiene Rating System than in Wales, where the scheme is compulsory.

Joan Walley honoured by CIEH

Environmental Protection

Joan Walley honoured by CIEH

Brian Cowan23/07/2014 - 16:00

The CIEH awarded honorary membership to Joan Walley in recognition of her outstanding parliamentary service and her dedication and support to the organisation at an awards reception at the Houses of Parliament on 16 July.

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