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Anne Godfrey to step down as CEO of CIEH

Anne Godfrey to step down as CEO of CIEH

The CEO of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), Anne Godfrey, has announced that she will be stepping down before joining GS1 UK in August. Godfrey had held her position at the CIEH from January 2016 and will become the new CEO of GS1 UK, a company...

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GMB London calls on Bakkavor to improve sick pay for staff

GMB London calls on Bakkavor to improve sick pay for staff

GMB London, the union  for food workers, is calling on senior directors of Bakkavor to revise upwards the level of sick pay being paid to key worker staff forced to self isolate during the public health emergency.  According to GMB London, unless sick pay is improved,...

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CIEH issues new food delivery and takeaway Covid-19 guidance 

CIEH issues new food delivery and takeaway Covid-19 guidance 

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has released new guidance to businesses on setting up food delivery and takeaway services in response to Covid-19 restrictions.  Following new Government restrictions placed on public houses, restaurants, cafes...

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Brexit insight

Science lab RSSL secures certification to mitigate Brexit disruption

RSSL (Reading Scientific Services Ltd) has secured Authorised Economic Operator Customs Simplifications (AEOC) certification ahead of whatever Brexit presents the UK with, in terms of supply chain complexities. AEOC certification demonstrates that RSSL adheres to HMRC...

CIEH calls for parties to bring back Environment Bill

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has called on all political parties to commit to reintroducing and improving on the Environment Bill following the election. The Environment Bill received its second reading in the House of Commons on the 28th...

FDF welcomes more time to scrutinise Brexit deal

As the Prime Minister looks set to attempt to get Brexit legislation through the House of Commons once again this week the food industry's main body is urging caution. Ian Wright CBE, chief executive, Food and Drink Federation, said: “Everybody has had enough of the...

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