A workplace accident or spread of a food borne illness could cause irreparable damage to a hospitality business. It is therefore essential for all responsible operators to identify the potential risks in their business and devise a formal plan to minimize these.
Hospitality Advice offers specialist programmes and advice in the two high risk areas of your business being Workplace Heath and Safety and Food Safety. We can assist you by providing affordable, professionally written Work Place Safety and Food Safety plans customized to your businesses individual needs.
In the hospitality industry the health and safety of your guests and staff is paramount. Developed in partnership with Salus Workplace Safety and Compliance, Hospitality Safe© is a health and safety program designed specifically for restaurants, cafés, bars and motels.
This comprehensive program will help you protect your staff and guests, and ensure your business complies with health and safety regulations, including HSNO and fire safety. By minimising the risk of accident or illness, you’ll avoid losing customers, expensive business downtime and legal issues.
Contact us today for health and safety systems that will save you money and protect your staff, customers and the future of your business.
Food Safety Programmes
If you run a food business such as a Restaurant, Cafe or Takeaway outletyou can voluntarily choose to adopt a Food Safety Programme instead of operating under the Food Hygiene Regulations .
A Food Safety Programme is a written programme designed to identify and control food safety risk factors in your business. The programme is tailored specifically to your business giving you more control over the day-to-day operation of your business. If your FSP is approved by the New Zealand Food Safety Authority your business is exempted from the requirements of the Food Hygiene Regulations 1974 and local authority registration.
Hospitality Advice can assist your business in designing and implementing Food Safety Programmes in accordance with the NZFSA guidelines.
Contact us today for a free no obligation appointment to discuss developing a Food Safety Plan for your business.