• Food Safety Legislation

    Food Safety Management legislation is now based on the traceability of food, and control of any potential hazards, in order to limit the possibility of food poisoning outbreaks. It is based on HACCP principles ie. a system where monitoring checks and controls are put in place with the aim of reducing or eliminating potential food safety risks. It is recommended by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) that those involved in the implementation of a HACCP system have a minimum of Level 2 training in Food Safety and HACCP.

    Food Safety Legislation
  • Health & Safety Legislation

    The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 states it is a legal obligation for employers of five or more staff to have a written health and safety policy in place.

    The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 states it is a legal obligation for employers of five or more staff to have written risk assessments in place.



    Health & Safety Legislation
  • MB Training

    Established in 2003 and based in Cwmbran, South Wales, MB Training offers a variety of courses including Food Safety, HACCP and Health and Safety at all levels. MB Training is an accredited training centre with CIEH, HABC and RSPH.  We specialise in delivering courses on-site at clients’ premises, with flexible days and times to suit the clients’ needs.  A consistency of quality and approach is guaranteed, and results over the past eight years reflect this in an overall pass rate of 98%.

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Restaurant Food Safety Fails When Training Fails

May 5, 2020 by Fred Pritzker – Food Poisoning Bulletin

As food safety lawyers, people have been asking us (from a distance) how worried they should be about COVID-19 and the safety of their takeout food? While we can’t tell them about viral transmission rates via various sources – we’re lawyers, not scientists – we can tell them what we have learned from years of representing people sickened by germs in restaurant food. Good sanitary conditions and safe food preparation processes and procedures (food safety plans) are very important…but it all fails when employee training fails.

London Bakeries fined

A London bakery was fined £152,823 for failing to meet hygiene regs

Between using a tennis racket to mash potatoes and the host of other hygiene concerns, the council fined the directors of the two bakeries involved.

.Contact us for your training needs before it is too late.

RSPH study has shown:

54% of takeaways flouting allergy law. Four in five were not keeping a record of the allergens in their food and only one in 10 were able to actually produce their record when asked.70 percent did not signpost where a customer could find information on the allergens in the food. Contact us for your Allergy training.

Statutory food hygiene rating scheme has been extended

From 28 November 2014, trade to trade food businesses in Wales come within the scope of the Food Hygiene Rating (Wales) Act.

Under this extension to the scheme, businesses such as food manufacturers and wholesale providers who sell food to other businesses will, for the first time, be given a food hygiene rating following their inspection by a local authority food safety officer.

Contact us for HACCP training to help improve you score.

Food retailer put out of business for hygiene breaches

The owner of a food outlet in Radyr has been prosecuted by officers from Cardiff’s Environmental Health section, fined a total of £3900, ordered to pay costs of £400 and a victim surcharge, following persistent breaches of food hygiene regulations. In addition, A Prohibition Order was made preventing him from managing a food business premises.

New legislation – Allergy Control in Foods

From 13 December 2014, food businesses in the UK will have to follow new rules in labelling pre-packed foods and non-prepacked (loose) foods. This is part of the European Food Regulation coming into force.

The new rules require food businesses to provide information on the presence of any of the 14 listed allergens, if added or used as ingredients in food.

Contact us about the new Level 3 Allergen course. We are one of only a few independent Training companies to be able to offer the new  ‘ International Level 3 Award in Managing Allergens in Catering’.




New Fines

As from 1st Feb

Prompted by repeated concerns that courts lack consistency in their sentencing approach, often resulting in fines that are disproportionate to the financial resources of offenders and/or undermining the seriousness of offences, the new guidelines aim to give a clear framework to the courts. The guidelines are intended to send out a stark message that non-compliance will be met with very stiff financial penalties that are intended to have a real economic impact on organisations.

1.3 Million trades people at risk from dangers of asbestos

Tradespeople, including construction workers, carpenters and painters and decorators, could come into contact with deadly asbestos on average more than 100 times a year* according to a new survey commissioned by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)**.

Port Talbot company in court over worker’s head injuries

A Port Talbot manufacturer has been fined for safety failings after an employee suffered serious injuries when her head became trapped between two machines.

COSHH signage has changed (1st Oct 13)

Did you know the legislation regarding COSHH Health & Safety Signage has changed? Hazardous Substances are used more often than you might think. Hair dressers, Dry Cleaners, Bakers, Engineers – make sure you comply with the law. COSHH safety signs have been changed and by 2015 the old style signs will be no longer be legal. Keep your company safe and up to date.


From all at MBTraining, Have a happy covid free christmas

MB Training would like to say to all the candidates that attended the Level 4 Award in Managing Food Safety in Manufacturing, well done –All gained a Merit.

We have now taken the decision to fully reopen. To allow us to ensure the safety of candidates and trainers we will be following Gov. Guidelines re social distancing etc.

We are pleased to say we can Deliver the new (released April 2020) ‘Infection Control in the Workplace’ qualification along with the new  ‘Infection Control in the Health Care sector’ qualification

We are pleased to say Mike was one of the judges on this years (2020) Nestle Toque d’or competition

Mike has just finished helping to write some new questions for level 2 courses for a major awarding body

Mike is now a member of SOFHT

Mike has been asked to review a new set of exam papers for a major awarding body

We are pleased to say Mike has now been made a Affiliate Member of the CIEH

Mike has so far completed over 30 Hrs of CPD this year

Mike has been asked again to do a review of courses for a large awarding body

MB Training (Mike) is now a member of TiFSiP – The Institute for Food Safety Integrity & Protection.

Mike is a Food Safety examiner for a major awarding body (this will not have an impact on training course we offer).

Mike is a member of the CIEH Advisory service (this will not have an impact on training course we offer).

MB Training was a pleasure to deal with. Very good communication and information throughout the booking process. The trainer was very professional and good at facilitating learning. –  Jannine Nicholas – Order of St John Wales

MB Training have delivered training here for many years. Our staff feel comfortable with the trainer who is experienced in adult learning techniques. MB Training offer a range of well established courses and we have appreciated the integrity of the trainer and the ability of the trainer to shape the courses to apply specifically to our production needs ie making it more bespoke, whilst at the same time, maintaining externally benchmarked standards. – Dr Alison J Simmons, Compliance training process officer Glaxo Smith Kline

I enjoyed this course very much. it was engaging and made me use my brain. It has encouraged me to find out more about food safety. Candidate Level 2 HACCP