Direct Safe Catering Policy provides caterers with an easily accessible system which will result in the assurance of food safety for their customers. It meets legal requirements contained in the current food safety legislation and is approved by City of Wolverhampton Council Environmental Health Officers.
You will be safe in the knowledge that your catering provision is fully supported by an extensive quality policy to ensure safe methods are adopted and good practice is used.
The Policy covers different catering operations (e.g. educational establishments, adult and social care, leisure and other catering) developed in accordance with Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point (HACCP) Assessment which clearly describes the steps and hazards applicable. Controls intended to reduce the hazard and how this may be monitored, have been identified.
Good Practice Guidance and Notes provide detailed information and instructions to control the hazards on the HACCP sheets.
People who operate Direct Safe Catering vary in their specific skills and responsibilities, from a temporarily employed person waiting tables for one evening, through permanently employed cooks to managers and staff with specialist knowledge.
Information Governance Consultancy and Support
The City of Wolverhampton Council's Information Governance Team offers a service that supports cost-effective and comprehensive compliance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation, the Data Protection Act 2018, Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004, along with Information Security and Records Management and other information governance related legislation.
The team has an extensive understanding of the local government and public sector environment, including schools. When you engage us, unlike many private providers, we do not need to be told about the environment you face. We understand, and we have no agenda, other than to deliver what is laid out below.
Wolverhampton Arts & Heritage Service offers an exceptional, cross-curricular learning experience. Our Primary, Secondary and SEN schools sessions are directly inspired by our temporary exhibitions and our world-class collections of art, museum objects, archives and outdoor spaces including gardens, parks and a farm.
Supporting schools with the delivery of the Curriculum, the teaching of musical instruments and playing music with others.
Occupational Health Service
The Occupational Health Service (OHS) aims to promote the health and wellbeing of employees. Through the provision of high quality advice and health surveillance our occupational health team can assist managers in reducing sickness absence and preventing injury at work.
Our Occupational Health Unit includes an Occupational Health Physician, Registered Nurses, Accredited Counsellors and Chartered Physiotherapists, who have access to a portfolio of services.
Working together our team can provide practical advice and guidance to manage sickness absence, medical capabilities, statutory responsibilities for health monitoring and duties under the Equality Act 2010.
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