This cover sheet and form was dropped off at Memorial Park on Wednesday, November 30. Looks like Mother Province is stepping in again to preserve our safety! Occupy Winnipeg needs a temporary food service establishment permit stat. Then no one will ever go hungry again!
The bit about 14 days or fewer is confusing, tho. It’s been longer already. SHURELY Occupy Winnipeg needs a permanent food service establishment permit?
What’s funny-strange about this is how some Occupy-ers met with various governmental organs on Monday and not a peep of this came up. We thought they were duplicitous then, and they don’t even bother mentioning that they’re moving along the food regulatory axis!
Or maybe they didn’t even know despite the Assistant Deputy Minister of Accommodation Services sharing the priceless gem that “government is indivisible”.
Text of cover sheet:
TEMPORARY FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT GUIDELINE
A temporary Food Service Establishment is any place where food is prepared or provided for consumption at a fixed location for 14 consecutive days or less in conjunction with a single event.
All temporary food service establishments are subject to the requirements of Manitoba Regulation 339/88R, Food and Food Handling Establishments Regulation under The Public Health Act, and such other requirements as may be required by a Public Health Inspector.
(The next bolded text is in a rectangle marked IMPORTANT)
All Temporary Food Service establishments must obtain a permit from a Public Health Inspector prior to opening.
ON SITE FOOD HANDING AT A TEMPORARY FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT IS RESTRICTED TO REHEATING, HOT HOLDING AND/OR COLD HOLDING OF “PRECOOKED” AND “READY TO EAT” FOODS ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE APPROVED BY A PUBLIC HEALTH INSPECTOR.
UNLESS OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED BY A PUBLIC HEALTH INSPECTOR:
- ON SITE UTENSIL WASHING IS NOT PERMITTED
- CUTTING, CHOPPING, MIXING OR STUFFING OF FOOD IS NOT PERMITTED
This is a guideline only. Additional items may be required by the Public Health Inspector pursuant to the Food and Food Handling Establishments Regulation (The Public Health Act).
BIOPOWER FOR THE WIN
Thanks for generating safety through regulations! Let me know when you get around to regulating away state-sanctioned murder, environmental racism, and market externalities.