The OC Health Care Agency (HCA), in partnership with Chairman Andrew Do and Supervisor Michelle Steel of the Orange County Board of Supervisors, will be hosting a Food Safety Seminar on October 10th in the City of Fountain Valley.
“We’re excited to help bring Orange County restaurant owners and managers together with representatives from HCA’s Environmental Health division to participate in this educational event,” said Chairman Do, who represents the First District including parts of the City of Fountain Valley. “This unique, in-person approach continues to strengthen ongoing dialogue between the County of Orange and our business community with the shared goal of protecting the health and well-being of dining patrons.”
The seminar will take place at Mile Square Park’s Freedom Hall at 16801 Euclid Street, Fountain Valley, CA 92708 on Wednesday October 10, 2018 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
“This seminar will provide an opportunity for our local restaurant professionals to learn more about acceptable food safety and sanitation practices,” said Supervisor Steel, who represents the Second District which also includes the City of Fountain Valley. “We are working to ensure the safety of the public by providing our food establishments with the information and resources they need to provide quality service to both residents and visitors of Orange County.”
Topics to be discussed include: preventing major food safety violations, specialized food processes, causes for the health department to close a food business, understanding food donations, requirements for selling or serving liquor, and a question-and-answer session. Translated materials will be available in Spanish, Korean, and Vietnamese upon request.