Community Training - Training Briefings

Allergen Training Resources

Resources for allergen informationGuidance and materials to assist local authorities and food businesses in promoting, implementing and complying with the EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation, launching on 13 December 2014.Click on the link for more information - Resources for allergen information   


Guidance for food business operators and enforcement authorities.This guidance is for food businesses of all sizes where both raw food and ready-to-eat foods are handled.Raw food in this context means raw meat and any raw ingredients that are potential sources of E.

Introductory, Elementary and Intermediate Food Hygiene Courses by elearning

An increasing number of Approved Training Centres wish to offer the Introductory, Elementary and the Intermediate Food Hygiene Courses by e learning as an alternative method of delivery. REHIS e learning packs are now available and the attached guidance is for REHIS Approved Training Centres wishing to offer the courses by e learning. 

Food Poisoning Annual Totals 2000 to 2009

Notifications data complement other ascertainment sources, such as laboratory confirmation, of communicable diseases cases. However, they should be treated with caution and interpreted with respect to these other sources.


Presentations given at the 2011 Trainers' One Day Update Seminar

The 2011 REHIS Trainers' One Day Update Seminar was presented in the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh on the 19 October 2011. The event proved to be as popular as ever with over 90 delegates participating on the day. REHIS takes this opportunity to thank the course presenters and the delegates for their active participation.



Maintaining Standards

An article on maintaining standards for REHIS approved Training Centres

Community Training - Maintaining Standards

Food Standards Agency Foodborne Disease Strategy 2010-2015 - ‘Focus on the targeted pathogens’

Those presenters who attended the Trainers Update seminar in Glasgow on 20 October 2010 will recall the presentation by Dr Jacqui McElhiney from the Food Standards Agency Scotland (FSAS) which outlined the aims and objectives of the FSA Foodborne Disease Strategy 2010-2015. Link to the presentation.

Presentations given at the Trainers' Update Seminar 2010

The annual REHIS Trainers’ Seminar took place on the 20th October in the Trades Hall, Glasgow and, as ever, this proved to be a popular event with 120 trainers attending. The Seminar provided an up-date on developments in the areas of infection control, food safety and health and safety.The event was chaired by Martin Henry, REHIS Council member for Community Training. The early part of the morning included presentations from Graham Walker, REHIS Director of Training and Craig Cunningham, Health and Safety Manager with the Compass Group.

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