- Food safety & hygiene
This section contains: Information for Businesses from the Norfolk Better Regulation Partnership, Food Safety Information for Businesses from the Commercial Team, Food Sampling, Unfit Food and Export Certificates, Food Safety Advice, Inspection of Food Premises and Food Complaints.
- Register your food business
All food businesses must be registered with their local authority at least 28 days before they open or change ownership.
- Food hygiene courses and 'Safer Food Better Business' training
North Norfolk District Council provides the CIEH accredited Foundation Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering and Safer Food Better Business Training.
- First Aid Training
North Norfolk District Council in conjunction with St John Ambulance runs Emergency First Aid at Work courses at the Council Offices, and also offers other health and safety related training.
- Food Hygiene Rating Scheme
North Norfolk District Council is adopting the national 'Food Hygiene Rating Scheme' (FHRS).
- Health and Safety at Work
This section contains information about: Enforcement of Health & Safety, Inspection of Businesses, Investigation of Accidents and Incidents, Complaints, Sunday Trading.
- Infectious diseases (including food poisoning)
All cases of food poisoning and some infectious diseases are investigated by the Commercial Team.
- Private water supplies
North Norfolk District Council Commercial Team tests about 150 boreholes and wells annually, throughout the year.
- Environment & Waste
- Environmental Sustainability
- Environment Protection
- Waste and Recycling
- Coastal Management
- Commercial Team
- Emergency Planning
- Animal Information
The NNDC Environmental Health Enforcement Policy sets out principles of good enforcement and details how issues of Enforcement will be dealt with at NNDC.
BBQ's have been linked to several campsite deaths caused by carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a highly poisonous substance which is created when fossil fuels such as gas and solid fuels like charcoal and wood fail to combust fully due to lack of oxygen. You can't see it, taste it or smell it but it can kill quickly with no warning.
GasSafe offers top tips and information. To find out more please see the Gas Safe Register website.