Food Hygiene Bureau Food Safety and Occupational Health & Safety Specialists

Proudly serving clients in: Antigua & Barbuda Barbados Jamaica St. Lucia Trinidad & Tobago Turks & Caicos

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Food Hygiene Bureau ~ Protecting Consumer Health

The Food Hygiene Bureau is your source for all things related to Food Safety.

Many government agencies along with the food industry share the tasks of protecting the health of travellers and assuring the region's indigenous people also have an adequate and safe food supply. Our primary mission remains to reduce the incidence of food borne diseases in the Caribbean.

We offer customised training packages for institutions and online training for individuals. FHB covers all the key international certifications and brings it to you with full accreditation from our overseas partners. There is no need to leave the Caribbean to get an internationally recognised certification.

Our Training Partners

The Food Hygiene Bureau is proud to be partnered with these distinguished institutions in offering internationally certified training and certification.

Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance

Royal Society for Public Health (UK)

The RSPH was formed in October 2008 by the merger of the Royal Society of Health (RSH) and the Royal Institute of Public Health(RIPH).

Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (UK)

National Environmental Health Assocation (US)

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Events & Workshops

As the leading food safety training consultants in the Caribbean region, we host several workshops and conferences throughout the year. Register online today and book your space in advance for the next hosting of any of our exciting training workshops!


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Our Mission

Through specialized training of food industry personnel and education of the consumer, we will reduce the incidence of food poisoning and food borne diseases in the Caribbean region

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