Do I Need a Food Hygiene Certificate for Selling Honey?

It might be a hobby you enjoy or perhaps selling honey brings in some extra income? Whatever the reason, there are rules you must follow, even if you sell honey in a relaxed manner to friends and family. Keeping bees can be highly rewarding and enjoying the honey is an added bonus. Wondering if you […]

Do Pubs Need a Food Hygiene Certificate?

Pubs need to be able to demonstrate food hygiene knowledge, and structured workplace training is an effective way to do this. Anyone who is around food or drink, whether it is storing, prepping, cooking, or serving, should have sound knowledge of food safety. This includes pub workers. Getting bar and serving staff to complete food […]

Do Churches Need a Food Hygiene Certificate? Regulations & Policy Guide

Preparing and serving food is often central to church life. A food hygiene certificate for church is something you may wish to consider. Our guide looks at food hygiene regulations, and tips on training and food safety policy. Preparing and serving food is often central to church life. Commonly, tea and cake can be served […]

Allergen Awareness Courses – UK Training Guide

Many businesses require food related training courses to legally trade on the right side of the law. One these is allergen awareness courses. With the increase in reported food allergies, this is more important than ever. As a food business, you are responsible for all food that is served or bought on the premises. Businesses […]

Disqualification By Association – Regulations & Check Guide

A term that is often used in relation to DBS checks for the childminding and childcare sectors is “disqualification by association”.  The procedures and law around these checks can be confusing. This is partly down to changes to the rules around this in the last few years. Our guide on disqualification by association, and how […]

Level 2 Food Hygiene and Safety Certificates – Training Guide

Level 2 Food Hygiene and Safety courses are designed for those involved in the preparation and handling of food. Level 2 is an intermediate certificate and gives you an in depth look at all areas of food safety. There are many food risks at every step of preparation and handling. Because of these risks, it’s […]

Health and Safety Qualifications in the UK

NEBOSH is the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health. For anyone interested in health and safety qualifications, this is the officially recognised industry body. They also provide risk management and environmental work related qualifications. Professional membership bodies recognise the NEBOSH awards. These bodies are the IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health); the […]

Handling Customer Complaints – Procedures Guide

Whether it’s over the phone or face to face even the most successful businesses will be handling a customer complaint now and again. If you follow proper procedures and make sure staff get training on complaint handling procedures, negative effects can be minimised. How to Handle a Customer Complaint If a customer has a genuine […]

Food Hygiene Certificate Level 1 Courses

Food Hygiene Certificates Level 1 help you understand your responsibilities in ensuring food is safe to consume. By taking part in one of these basic courses, you will understand the importance of having robust hygiene practices in place. They give you a general overview of UK food safety laws and other hygiene and safety laws […]