General public information
Learn how to protect yourself and your family from food-related illnesses. such as E. coli, salmonella, listeriosis and others. Browse through Dinewise inspection reports to see if your favourite food provider is meeting food safety standards.
If you are a coordinator or operator of a special event where foods are prepared, processed or sold to the public for eating either on- or off-site, then you need approval from the Health Department.
Food services industry
If you work in the food services industry, learn about safe food handling practices, food audits, and food handler training courses and certifications. Refer to the Food Safety Guidelines for Food Banks (PDF file) if you operate or work in a food bank.
Food recalls and allergy alerts
Learn about the latest public warnings from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) (external link) on food products that pose serious health risks to consumers.
Food safety education and certification program
Do you want to become a certified food handler? Halton Region offers courses and exams at the Halton Regional Centre in Oakville, as well as locations in Burlington, Georgetown and Milton. Register online today!