All operators of food premises operators in BC are required to have a food safety plan. A food safety plan is a set of written procedures that will help eliminate, prevent or reduce food safety hazards that may cause illness or injury.
All operators of food premises operators in BC are required to have a sanitation plan. A sanitation plan is a set of written procedures to help ensure the safe and sanitary operation of the facility. For more information, contact your local environmental health officer.
Trans fat restrictions
All food service establishments in BC are required to meet three regulatory requirements with regards to trans fats for foods prepared, served or stored in the establishment. For more information on these restrictions and how it may apply to your establishment, visit Trans Fat Help or call 8-1-1 to speak to a HealthLink BC dietician.
Boil water notice information
Food safety update
For operators of food service establishments to keep up to date on food safety, regulations and foodborne illness.