The Food Safety Advisory Council (FSAC) works with Environmental Health's Food and Pool Safety Program in developing policies, regulations and interpretive guides. FSAC also assists the food industry in understanding laws, regulations, and the reasoning behind them. FSAC is a collaborative effort between business and government, comprised of representatives from the retail food industry, related businesses, and Food Protection Program staff. The overall goal of the Council is to enhance cooperation, involvement and understanding between county government and the food industry. FSAC has provided valuable input on pertinent issues such as new legislation, new industry products, and implementation of new policies.
For more information regarding FSAC, please contact FSAC Chairperson Todd Frantz (877) 532-5326 Todd.Frantz@ul.com, or Environmental Health's Food and Pool Safety Program Managers, Mike Haller (714) 433-6012 MHaller@ochca.com or Jackie Hampton (714) 433-6013 JHampton@ochca.com.
Schedule of Upcoming Meetings
9:30 am, June 24, 2015 at Miller Family Health Education Center. 3820 Cherry Avenue, Long Beach 90807 FSAC Combined Agenda
FSAC Food Safety Art Contest
FSAC challenged students throughout Orange County to come up with their own food safety hero or villian. An art contest was held and only freehand drawn entries were accepted. No computer generated or assisted art was allowed. We were blown away by the creativity and talent of Orange County's aspiring artists. Check out some of the entries below!
The Grand Prize Winner
Check back here soon for information regarding this year's contest!
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