Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations 1993
Part 11-Miscellaneous

29/Jun/2001 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    58. Duty of proprietor in case of fire, flood or other emergency

    (1) The proprietor of food premises or a food vehicle which has been affected by fire, flood, extended power shortage or any similar occurrence which has created a reasonable probability that any food in the premises or the vehicle may have become damaged, deteriorated or contaminated must immediately

    (a) suspend the sale and the preparation or packing of the food in question; and

    (b) notify the local government.

    (2) A proprietor must not resume the sale or the preparation or packing of the food in question without the approval of an environmental health officer to do so.

    (3) A proprietor who contravenes this regulation commits an offence.

    [Regulation 58 amended in Gazette 29 June 2001 p. 3128.]

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