Fenland District Council holding free business forum on food safety

12:02 06 March 2014

fenland Hall county road

fenland Hall county road

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Any local business involved in selling or handling food can get expert advice on how to improve their health and safety management at a free forum being organised by Fenland District Council next week.

The council’s environmental health team is running the forum at Fenland Hall, County Road, March, on Wednesday, March 12 (9.30am-noon).

Each business can send two delegates and places are free. The event will include talks on effective health and safety management and what steps are needed to ensure a safe workplace both for employees and customers.

For more information and to book places at the forum, call the environmental health team on 01354 654321 or e-mail envhealth@fenland.gov.uk

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