Food Premises Regulation, BC Reg 210/99

The Food Premises Regulation regulates the construction and operation of food service establishments, where food is sold or prepared for public consumption. In regard to animals, the operator of food premises are prohibited to allow live animals to be on the premises, with an exception for service animals, live fish in an aquarium, or other animals that are deemed not to pose health risk.

The enabling statute for this Regulation is the Health Act, RSBC 1996, c 179.

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: British Columbia

Topics: contaminatefoodfood establishmentguide animalinspectorlicencelive fishoperatorpermitpremiserisksanitizesellvendor

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