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Restaurants, fairs and festivals, and temporary events are some of the types of food service establishments that Environmental Health regulates. Our main purpose is to ensure that food service operators are following proper procedures to minimize the risk of dining patrons becoming ill. Environmental Health enforces state regulations that regulate food service establishments such as restaurants, mobile food service operations, school and institutional cafeterias, and catering services.
Things to Know
Some of the functions of the Environmental Health agency regarding food service involve training food service personnel, review of plans prior to construction, permitting establishments, and conducting inspections to insure code compliance. Use the links below to find the documentation you need.
Posters and signs frequently used by food services are available on the right sidebar.
Regulations, Food Service Applications, etc.
- Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale Counties Food Service Regulations
- Public Benefits Affidavit 9-10-14
- Verifiable Docs 9-10-14
- Risk Control Plan
- Employee Health Policy –English
- Employee Health Policy – English & Spanish
- Employee Health Policy –Korean
- Manual Dishwashing Procedure Handout
- Time Control Procedures
- Storage in Coolers and Freezers – English & Spanish
- Hot Holding Monitoring Chart
- Manager Self Inspection Checklist
- Refrigeration Monitoring Chart
- Temporary Event Food Safety Brochure
- Food Service Plan Review Requirements
- Food Service Application
- Fee Schedule
- Temporary Event Organizers Application
- Temporary Event Vendor Application
- Temporary Event Checklist
- Temporary Event Requirements