Bassetlaw District Council strongly recommends using the accessibility guides provided on the BBC accessibility website "My Web My Way". The guides provided by the BBC are broken down into five sections which the buttons below will direct you to...
Advice For Food Businesses
Information for people either starting up a new food business or already running established businesses.
Export Health Certificates
If you run a food business and wish to export food outside the EU you may require a food export certificate.
Food Allergens & Alerts
Changes to how food businesses label allergens on their menus or food products
Food Complaints Information
What to do if you have concerns about purchased food or about the standards operated within a specific premises.
Food Hygiene Rating Scheme
The food hygiene scheme will help you choose where to eat out by giving you information about hygiene standards.
Food Poisoning & Infectious Diseases
Bassetlaw District Council are responsible for the investigation and control of certain diseases, including food poisoning.
Food Safety Inspections
Information about why we carry out food safety inspections in Bassetlaw.
Food Safety Week
Each year the Food Standards Agency organises Food Safety Week (FSW).
Every month we take samples of many different foods from a range of premises within the Bassetlaw district.
Healthier Option Takeaway Merit (HOT)
Information about the HOT Merit scheme for takeaway food
Food Safety Enforcement
The Food Safety Service is to ensure that food and drink which is produced, stored, distributed, prepared or sold within the District meets food safety standards and is without risk to health.
Where Are The Accessibility Features For This Website?
Many accessibility benefits can be achieved by making adjustments to the operating system or internet browser you are using. It makes much more sense to make these permanent alterations which you require, so that every website you visit, adjusts to your preferred accessibility options, not just websites by Bassetlaw District Council.
The advice given on the BBC accessibility website "My Web My Way" is so comprehensive and easy to follow, we would simply be trying to re-invent the wheel, so instead, we strongly advise using these guides to make the changes you require. This will ensure every website you visit is suited to your needs.