The British Virgin Islands Environmental Health Division is advising consumers to discontinue the use of certain Robin Hood Flour products.
Eleven inspectors from the public service have refreshed their skills and expanded their knowledge on the technical aspects of site assessments.
The BVI public is asked to return any Grace Food Products to the place of purchase following a product withdrawal exercise activated by Grace Foods.
The Acting Chief Environmental Health Officer, Mrs. Yolanda Penn will hold office hours on Virgin Gorda on Friday February, 10 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Motorists are reminded to secure truck trays while traveling with loose material like gravel on the public road.
The public is notified that fogging will take place on Tuesday, December 13 in Locality 9 and 11 including Fahie Hill, Little Dix, Josiah’s Bay, Round Hill and Meyers and surrounding areas.
The Environmental Health Division is informing the public that fogging resumes on Virgin Gorda this evening from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the following areas.
Food handlers on Jost Van Dyke are notified that there has been a change in time for the educational Session scheduled for Tuesday, December 6.......
The Environmental Health Division is informing the public that fogging will be carried out on Virgin Gorda beginning tomorrow December 1.
The Environmental Health Division is reminding food handlers working at Christmas on DeCastro Street to renew or obtain a valid food handler certificate.