The Health Directorate have really outdone themselves this morning.
They’ve posted a page advertising a discussion paper for Food Safety.
They mention some interesting proposals:
— A requirement for every food business to have a trained food safety supervisor;
— A proposal that the names of food businesses convicted of an offence against the Food Act be placed on a publicly available register;
— A requirement for a food business that has received a prohibition order to display a closure notice at the entrance to the food business; and
— A requirement that the registration certificate of a business be displayed at the premises.
But when they link to the paper one instead gets an email:
From: Stones, Rebecca
Sent: Monday, 22 August 2011 8:28 AM
To: Pace, Mark
Attachments: Discussion Paper on Proposals for Improving Food Safety and Food Regulatory Transparency in the ACT.pdf
Can you please put the attached consultation paper up on http://www.health.act.gov.au/consumer-information/community-consultation/ – the Minister has announced it early and the Canberra Times has a front page story this morning on it, so we should get it up ASAP. If there was any opportunity to get a quick-link button on the health home page for a while it would be greatly appreciated. I will clear some text this morning to go with the consultation paper, but for now, we at least need to have it publicly available.
Also, are you able to put it on the community engagement site: http://www.communityengagement.act.gov.au/ ? \
Comments on the paper close 30 September.