Food and Drink Industry - Resources
This page provides links to web sites relating to health and safety in food and drink manufacture. HSE is not responsible for and cannot guarantee accuracy of information on sites that it does not manage; and inclusion does not mean HSE endorses the linked site.
Health and safety publications by other organisations assisted by HSE
Guidance on dust control and health surveillancein bakeries (2008) also an interactive training package 'Breathe Easy' which includes the guidance booklet, DVD and training notes - The Federation of Bakers, 6th Floor, 10 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2SL, Tel 020 7420 7190, Email: [email protected].
Guidance on achieving reasonable working temperatures and conditions during production of chilled foods: Guideline No.26 (2000) -Campden & Chorleywood Food Research Association, Chipping Campden Tel:01386 842000 www.campden.co.uk
CE or PUWER? - the application of legislation to machinery maintenance, assemblies, modification, refurbishment and resale (2002) - Processing and Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA), Wallington Tel: 0208773 8111 www.ppma.co.uk
HSE enforcement databases
The following booklets and information are available from HSE Books online or by telephone on +44 (0)333 202 5070.
- Employing workers from overseas - Guidance for employers in agricultural and food processing [INDG414]
- Bakers - time to clear the air (pocket card) [INDG429]
- Risk assessment
HSE priced publications
- A recipe for safety: Occupational health and safety in food and drink manufacture (2005) [HSG252]
- Moving food and drink: Manual handling solutions for the food and drink industries - 100 case studies (2000) [HSG196]
- Sound solutions for the food and drink industries - Reducing noise in food and drink manufacturing (60 case studies) (2002) [HSG232]
Federation of Bakers
- A Baker's Dozen - Thirteen essentials for health and safety in bakeries
This publication is based on guidance previously published by HSE in
HSG233 'Baker's Dozen' which was published in 2003 and withdrawn
in 2012 when the text was given to the Federation of Bakers.