Food Protection Program

 

 

 

The purpose of the Food Protection Program is to protect Ashland County and City from foodborne illness. In the event that a foodborne outbreak does occur, appropriate epidemiologic action is taken by the Health District to control the outbreak and bring it to a conclusion.

The Food Protection Program consists of the licensing and inspection of all Food Service Operations, Vending Machine Operations, Retail Food Establishments, and Temporary Food and Mobile FSO/RFE within the jurisdiction of the Health Districts.

Significant time is spent inspecting food stands at festivals to assure that temporary operations have the necessary equipment and facilities to safely hold and handle the food that they serve.

If you have any questions feel free to call our Food Program sanitarian at 419-282-4246.


 

 

 


 

Are you interested in obtaining a new career in the Food Service Industry? Are you looking for a bit of education to further the Food Service career you already have? Below is a list of the courses that are offered in our area. A registration form or the contact information is included in each link below. 

LEVEL ONE CERTIFICATION CLASSES - Currently, we have no classes scheduled at this time.  

SERVSAFE LEVEL II CLASS - Presented by the Ashland County-City Health Department. See Attached for Dates of Classes.

For more information on Servsafe Level II Food Course.....

Find information here on Food Recalls.

 

 

The purpose of the Food Protection Program is to protect Ashland County and City from foodborne illness. In the event that a foodborne outbreak does occur, appropriate epidemiologic action is taken by the Health District to control the outbreak and bring it to a conclusion.

The Food Protection Program consists of the licensing and inspection of all Food Service Operations, Vending Machine Operations, Retail Food Establishments, and Temporary Food and Mobile FSO/RFE within the jurisdiction of the Health Districts.

Significant time is spent inspecting food stands at festivals to assure that temporary operations have the necessary equipment and facilities to safely hold and handle the food that they serve.

If you have any questions feel free to call the Food Program sanitarians at 419-282-4246.

 

Clean up of Vomiting and Diarrheal Events

 

 

FOOD BOURNE ILLNESS DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS

 

 


Food Program Links

3717-1 Ohio Uniform Food Safety Code

Ohio Revised Code 3701

Ohio Administrative Code 3701

3701-21 Food Service Operations

OAC 901:3-4 Retail Food Establishments

OAC 901:3-6 Farm Markets and Auctions

OAC 901:3-20-01 Cottage Food Operations

ODA Cottage Food Info

ODA Home Bakeries Info

ODA Food Safety Info

ODA Supplying - Selling Eggs for Resale at a Licensed Establishment

ODA Selling Eggs at a Farmer's Market


 Printable Forms

Food Recalls

2017 Temporary Food Service Operations/Temporary Retail Food Establishments

For Food Service Operations (FSO), Retail Food Establishments (RFE) and Mobile Unit Permits/Licenses, contact our Environmental Health Food Department at 419-282-4337. 


 

 

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