Employers must ensure that food safety legislations are implemented and adhered to in the workplace. Employers of food businesses or organisations must also appoint an employee or two or more people to ensure that workers comply with Food Safety and Health and Safety legislations. In most organisations and businesses, administration implements such policies. In care settings such as hospitals or schools, the Health and Safety Officer creates and implements such policies. Health and Safety Officers or managers play a significant role in ensuring work environment is safe, secured and free from danger. For example in care setting such as primary schools, it is the responsibility of a catering manager to ensure a high standard of cleanliness within the kitchen and all dining
Food Hygiene Legislation 2006 focuses the responsibility on food business operators to produce food safety. It states that the methods you use to ensure food safety is maintained should be effective and proportionate.
Britain has been over the news due to the British exit the European Union, which this event is known as Brexit (Hunt, 2016). This decision brought a large impact on every country in Britain, but the Britain has not started negotiate with European Union about adapting regulations to minimize their negative consequences. Before people can list potential impacts of Brexit on Britain’s tourism, it is important for people to understand how well the Britain was doing in the tourism industry. In addition, it is important to analyze and understand what type of tourism impacts on Britain. So, people would know how Brexit will change its policy and what impacts will bring to their current life. It will provide an idea of how the changes of regulations will impact different countries and the region. Thus, it provides an understanding of how tourism helps to develop the Britain in terms of environmental impacts, socio-cultural impacts, and economic impacts.
The hospitality and leisure industry hug a variety of sectors and businesses across hotels, restaurants and restaurants, travel and tourism, gaming, sport and leisure. The sector is reliant on the consumer confidence and business sentiment and is facing rising pressure to deliver innovation, value and quality. Hospitality is that business that helps people to feel welcome, relaxed and to enjoy themselves. It is all about customer service and providing the best quality and experience possible for the customers. (Discover Hospitality, 2012)
Social Although gambling industry can bring more employment opportunities and offer diversified leisure activities for the public, it could also lead harms. ‘Problem Gambling’ is the main disadvantage that gambling produced, it may result in an increasing number of personal bankruptcy, suicide, crime and child welfare may be ignored and so on (Williams, Rehm & Stevens, 2011). Hence, the Australian Gaming Council formulated the Responsible Gaming regulation to conduct the gambling industry in Australia and reduce the existing and potential harms.
The food safety act 1990 this legislation is an act of parliament of the United Kingdom, it was made so that in your work sector when you are handling food that you can treat it the right way and it can be consumed by the service users in a controlled way. This legislation covers the storage of the way you put the food if it is in the correct temperature and you are doing all this in hygienic way it also means that the way you make then food and the equipment you use if it is cleaned and the area you make it in is cleaned so no bacteria is not being spread in the food. (ADD EXAMPLE)
Answer: The purpose of the Act is to ensure the purity of food sold. Local councils and the Department of Health & Human Services administer the Act. Under the Act, food business owners are legally responsible to ensure that food sold to customers is safe and suitable to eat.
The food safety (General Food Hygiene) regulates 1995, 2005 and 2006 referring to the need of identify and possible risks surrounding food hygiene, and to put controls in place to ensure any risk is reduced. The regulations also specify how premises that provide food should be equipped and organised.
.Food preparation areas – In any type of food preparation are, there must be strict rules and regulations laid down by the employer to prevent food from being contaminated. As well as this, it is their responsibility to make sure that their employees and staff aren’t a risk to food safety. This is where employers need to focus on 4 main areas to ensure health and safety: keeping the area clean, reporting any illnesses, clothing and personal cleanliness/hygiene.
The hospitality industry is a part of larger enterprise known as travel and tourism industry. The travel and tourism is a vast group of business with one goal in common providing necessary and desired products services to customers and travels.
The Hotel is situated in the bustling East Cork market town of Midleton, located just 14 miles (15 mins drive)
Within qualitative research, there are alternative ways of thinking, studying and writing about hospitality and tourism. Collective story telling is well suited for scholarship that seeks to contextualize lived experiences and presents research data in the form of a performance, or dialogue between characters (Parry & Johnson, 2007). Collective stories drawn from interview transcripts, field notes, memos, and other research data, help to create a fictionalized narrative (Solórzano & Yosso, 2002). Within the narrative are fictionalized characters based on interview transcripts and field notes. Cook and Dixson (2013) posit that characters in collective stories are often representative of several participants rather than just a single participant with a pseudonym. Furthermore, this performance could be used in a public forum as a way to engage audience members in critical conversations and social change (Freeman et. al, 2006).
The hospitality industry is part of a larger enterprise known as the travel and tourism industry. It is one of
The current research paper covers the main effects of global tourism, both positive and negative. International tourism is a significant sector of business. For some countries it is one of the main sources of national income. The most important positive economic effects of tourism are as follows: increase in budget revenues, production expansion, stimulation of investments, and improvement in the population’s welfare. Tourism influences social and cultural lives of people in a positive way by stimulating the development and revival of local cultures and encouraging intercultural exchange.
According to Wold Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the development of tourism and hospitality employment is important in developing countries. WTTC had done the research and found out that in future 10 years there will be a shortage or a talent ‘deficit’ in tourism and hospitality industry in 46 different countries. (WTTC, 2015) Indirectly, this will become the biggest challenge for Human resource department if there is a shortage of talented employees in human resource department and in the hospitality industry. Therefore, talented human resource management is important to hospitality industry. However, the quantity of jobs is unquestionable the quality of many of these jobs is of great concern to academics and policymakers alike (Nickson, D., 2013).