08 Jul

Food coffee and catch up

Overview

We are bringing together colleagues working within food. Join us to discuss the issues currently affecting practitioners, share experiences of current challenges and simply catch up with peers. This new group follows successful pilots in other areas of environmental health and we hope it will offer members access to a UK wide professional community for discussion, debate and sharing of best practice.

See how you can benefit from strengthening your connections by registering now.

What you need to know

Details of how to join the virtual meeting will be sent in a reminder email before the event. We also want to hear from you; to help us support the community better we’d like to hear about the main issues affecting you, this will help colleagues shape future activity. Please send your thoughts to [email protected]

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Carol Archibald
Carol is a Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner and a Fellow of the CIEH. She trained at Middlesex and works as a Team Manager for Food Health and Safety ,Port Health & Animal and Beauty Licensing at Tendring District Council. Carol is the chair of the Essex Food Liaison Group and a member of the Food Hygiene Focus Group.

Carol is known to many colleagues for the work for the work on Scores on the Doors that lead to the FHRS .This lead to working for the UN on two projects on in Sri Lanka and the other in Nepal.

Coming from a background in catering and education in Further and Higher Education training and is keen to assist businesses to comply and is focused on the new health agenda especially ‘healthy eating’ and is co-creator of the Essex TuckIN making food better project that seeks to encourage small businesses to pledge to reduce salt, fat sugar and calories, making todays topic for coffee and catch-up of great interest to her.

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