Public Health Inspector Amila Aberathna conducts the training and awareness program
Certificates were handed over to the participants
A training and awareness program for small and medium scale hotel owners was organised by the Public Health Inspectors (PHI) at Pallekelle. As a social responsible company Bairaha Farms PLC joined hands with this social event in order to make it a success.
More than 80 individuals representing small, medium scale hotel owners, restaurant owners and cafeteria and bakery owners participated in this event. The key objective of this event was to bring awareness to them of details relating to the Food Act. The training and awareness program was conducted successfully by PHI Amila Aberathna and PHI Admin C.N. Dasanayaka.
Public Health Inspector Amila Aberathna says, “Small and medium scale hotel owners should follow the rules, regulations, best practices and hygienic conditions when they prepare food products to be served to the general public. As per the Food Act, they are legally required to follow it and comply with the Act.”
“Bairaha is of the best quality and most hygienic chicken product in the market. As a socially responsible company Bairaha follows the best practices and food safety standards. Our company has been certified with ISO 22000, GMP & HACCP. We are able to deliver best quality products to our valuable consumers,” stated Bairaha Farms PLC Executive Chef Lankesh Paul.
At the end of the training session certificates were handed over to the participants to confirm their training and participation. Small and medium scale hotel owners gave their positive comments about this training and awareness program. They specially thanked the Public Health Inspectors for organising this valuable program and Bairaha Farms PLC for sponsoring this event.