All businesses, which prepares and serves food, are subjected to regular inspections by DineSafe. DineSafe is a public health food safety program in Toronto that adheres to all provincial and municipal regulations. As such, these established must satisfy the requirements as contained within the Ontario Food Premises Regulation, as well as those set up by municipalities within the Greater Toronto Area.
The frequency of DineSafe inspections is based on the risk level (Low, Moderate, or High) of the business based upon specific criteria. In addition, the number of minimum inspections per year are one, two, or three times (Low, Moderate, or High). However, that does not mean an establishment could be inspected more than the minimum required visits. Continue reading