The legal aspect has to do with laws while the regulatory requirements are mostly specific to certain industries or organisation. The codes of practice differ from one organisation to the other, that been said It is then very vital and relevant to be up to date with current skills, knowledge and understanding of the any new changes that has taken place in a given organisation.
CITATION Gra17 l 2057 (Gravells, 2017)
Legislation is set of laws that have been passed by parliament of a country. It is made to prevent breach of duties, responsibilities etc. of those that is made for so that there is equilibrium all that takes place. It can also be defined as set of law suggested by the executive arm of government and made official by a parliament. CITATION Jac101 l 1033 (Beere, 2010).
This allows for bullies who wait until after school to be punished by the school.
We would be looking at the various regulatory requirements covering food technology and how non-compliant can impact or affect the way we do things. Regulations unlike legislations are made under the HSC which is Health and Safety at Work Act and approved by parliament. Sometime some of these regulations can be home-grown (UK) or from the EC Directive pending when Brexit becomes effective. CITATION Foo18 l 2057 (Food Standard Agency, 2018)
Under this act, it is an offence to sell any foods which does not meet the safety requirement set as standard. Environmental officers has power according to law to inspect food premises and monitor the level of hygiene, practices and the food quality offered. This Act and subsequent regulation has to do with areas involving with food preparation, labelling, storing. Not abiding to this regulation can have negative impact in the teaching and learning environment for instance if the employer is fined or suspended due to lack of compliance from staff.
Under this act all local authorities has the power to enforce the European Food Information to Consumers Regulations. All business to business transaction is to abide and follow this regulation failure to comply will attract penalty. Details of information must be provided and made available when consumers buy food. CITATION Eur11 l 2057 (European Union Journal, 2011)
Under this act all food either Multipack or prepacked must have the display of a mandatory food information on a label attached. This label must be made easy to read and must not be easily removal in order not to put at risk the accessibility of the food information to the consumer.
This can be a set out rules which explains how an individual should or is expected to behave in a particular profession.
In food technology the code of conduct according are as follows according to CITATION Ins17 l 2057 (Institute of Food Science Technology, 2017):
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