Shropshire restaurant staff pass hygiene test


Six members of staff at the Shalimar Restaurant in Shrewsbury have achieved a Royal Society for Public Health Level 2 Certificate in food safety and hygiene.

Restaurant owner Martin Kabir has also completed the Royal Society for Public Health Level 3 Award Course in supervising food safety in catering.

The course taken by staff covered personal and legal responsibilities; the impact of food borne illness; food contamination issues; and good hygiene practices including using safe temperatures and storage methods.

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It also covered how to control food safety hazards at critical control points; and personal hygiene, and good hygienic practices for premises and equipment to ensure excellent food management conditions.

“The Level 2 course is complex and has a comprehensive learning content, so I am delighted with my staff’s achievement in successfully completing the course to a high standard,” said Kabir.

The Shalimar describes itself as a first-class dining experience situated alongside Shrewsbury’s historic Abbey.

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