Food Safety Policies & Procedures
All Food Service Concessionaires at the CNE MUST:
1. Be in compliance with Toronto Public Health requirements prior to the opening of the CNE.
2. Operate in compliance with Toronto Public Health requirements at all times.
3. Any infractions identified by Toronto Public Health or the CNE microbiological consultants or its staff must be corrected immediately.
4. Ensure that only properly trained staff in the area of food handling are employed.
5. All food handlers must complete the CNE Food Handlers Course provided by the City of Toronto Public Health Department or provide documentation of completion of an equivalent certification program.
6. Ensure that all staff is in possession of a valid CNE Food Handler Training button or training card issued by Toronto Public Health or a recognized Food Handler Training Certificate.
The Food Handlers Training Button is provided at our complimentary Food Safety Training Session (dates TBC).
7. Review key food safety procedures with staff and will post in an accessible location the CNE Food Building Handbook on food safety guidelines.
8. Monitor all food operations to ensure compliance with Toronto Public Health requirements.
9. Will ensure the Inspection Notice is posted in a visible location - all notices Conditional or Pass or Closed must be displayed at all times.
10. Will ensure that the latest copy of the Food Safety Inspection Report is available for viewing upon request.
11. Will monitor all food handlers within their operation to ensure compliance with the Expectations for Food Handlers in the CNE Food Building and on the grounds.
12. All food service operators must provide a list of all food product suppliers.
13. All food service operators must reveal how food products are being shipped and what measures are being taken to maintain temperature control during the shipping process.
and return the attached
Food Safety Acknowledgement Form
If you have any questions or require further clarification, please contact: