Food safety resources for food service establishments
Information during an emergency
Food safety plan
Operators are required to have a food safety plan. A food safety plan is a set of written procedures that will help eliminate, prevent, or reduce food safety hazards that may cause illness or injury.
All operators are required to have a sanitation plan. A sanitation plan is a set of written procedures to help ensure the safe and sanitary operation of the facility. For more information, contact your local Environmental Health Officer.
Trans fat restrictions
Food service establishments are required to meet trans fats standards for foods prepared, served, or stored. For more information visit Trans Fat Help or call 8-1-1 to speak to a HealthLink BC dietitian.
Informed dining for restaurants
The informed dining program is a voluntary nutrition information program for restaurants developed by the Province of BC. Participating restaurants provide their guests with nutrition information that is easy to access and understand for all menu items. For more information visit Healthy Families BC.
Food safety signage
Download signs by clicking on the image or ask for a sign from your local Environmental Health Officer. In addition to signs available from Interior Health, resource materials are available from many other agencies.
Contact meat inspection
Need more information on meat inspection? Contact the Meat Inspection Team.
Email: Contact us by email
Tollfree: 1-855-744-MEAT (6328)
Mail or in person:
Kamloops Health Unit - Meat Inspection Team
519 Columbia Street