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Activity Report Form
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Enforcement Agency Details
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Enforcement Agency Details
Enf orcement  agency name *
Kiama Municipal Council
Complet ed by *
Julie Milevs ki
Your full name
Email *
[email address] w.gov.au
Your email addres s
T elephone *
0 242320 557
Your daytime contact number


Business Profile
Fixed Premises
Q1. Number of  f ixed premises f ood businesses cat egorised as high risk? *
35
‘High ris k’ typically means  bus ines s es  which:
• handled and s erved ready-to-eat foods  that may contain pathogenic microorganis ms  and s upport
their growth, and
• als o had known ris k-increas ing factors  s uch as :
◦ potential for inadequate/incorrect temperature control (reheated or hot-held food),
◦ larger s cale of operations  (employed more than 10  people),
◦ large catering operations  (different preparation and s erving location), and/or
◦ s upplied directly to at-ris k cus tomers  (child care centres ; nurs ing home caterers ).
High ris k bus ines s es  require at leas t one programmed ins pection per year.
Q2. Number of  f ixed premises f ood businesses cat egorised as medium risk? *
142
'Medium ris k' typically means  bus ines s es  which:
• handled (incl. cooked, thawed) foods  that may contain pathogenic microorganis ms  and s upport their
growth
• s erved ready-to-eat foods  that may contain pathogenic microorganis ms  but not generally s upport
growth, or unlikely to contain pathogenic microorganis ms  but may s upport growth if pres ent
• s erved high- and medium-ris k, ready-to-eat foods  only portioned before receipt by the cus tomer
• were s mall or medium s cale of operations  (les s  than 10  people), and/or
• were s mall or medium s cale catering.
Medium ris k bus ines s es  require at leas t one programmed ins pection per year.
Total Number of High-Ris k and Med-Ris k Fixed Premis es
177

Q3. Number of  f ixed premises f ood businesses cat egorised as low risk? *
32
'Low ris k' typically means  bus ines s es  which:
• s erved foods  unlikely to contain pathogenic microorganis ms  and unlikely to s upport growth if
pres ent
• s erved pre-packed food only, or
• s upplied foods  that are not ready-to-eat.
Low ris k bus ines s es  s hould be ins pected in res pons e to incident or complaint only.
Examples:
Bars  s elling packaged cris ps  only; confectionery s tores ; liquor s hops ; news agents  s elling packaged low
ris k foods .
Total Number of Fixed Premis es
20 9
Temporary Premises
Q4 . Number of  t emporary f ood premises t hat  operat ed in t he council area? *
10 4
‘Temporary food bus ines s es ’: food s talls  and facilities  which handled, prepared and s old food at periodic
markets , fairs , fes tivals , s hows  and non-mobile temporary facilities  s uch as  fruit s talls . The s ame s tall
pres ent at repeated regular events  s hould be counted as  1.
Exclude: mobile food bus ines s es  s uch as  vans , food trucks  & coffee carts .
Mobile Premises
Q5. Number of  mobile f ood premises t hat  operat ed in t he council area? *
3
'Mobile food premis es ': food premis es  which handled, prepared and s old food, were des igned to be movable
from place to place (whether motoris ed or not) and were s elf-contained with its  own hand was h bas in,
equipment and cons is tent operating conditions .
Exclude: temporary, non-mobile facilities  s uch as  market s talls .
Examples:
Coffee carts , juice carts , food trucks , mobile facilities  for hamburgers , hot dogs , kebabs , commercial
s pits , BBQs  grills , popcorn, icecream, fairy flos s .



Retail sector requirements
Retail sector requirements
Q6. Number of  f ood businesses requiring a Food Saf et y Supervisor (FSS)? *
210
Q7. Number of  t hese f ood businesses t hat  have a current  FSS? *
180
Q8. Number of  'st andard f ood out let s' (Fast  Choices)? *
9
Q9. Are you checking whether nutritional information is  dis played at 's tandard food outlets '? *
Yes
No
Q10. How many 'st andard f ood out let s' did not  display nut rit ional inf ormat ion? *
0

Resources
Resources
Q11. Number of  aut horised of f icers engaged in f ood regulat ory work over t he 12 mont h
report ing period? *

4
This  is  the total number of people (head count) appointed as  authoris ed officers  under the Food Act 20 0 3
that have conducted any food regulatory work in the reporting year. This  is  regardles s  of whether they are
full time, part time, cons ultants  or res pons ible for other work as  well. The res pons e mus t be an integer.
Example:
A council with 1 full time authoris ed officer, plus  2 authoris ed officers  who work on food part-time for
25%  of their time plus  1 contractor appointed as  an authoris ed officer working 25%  of their time on
food would ans wer 4. A s eparate pers on appointed as  an authoris ed officer who did not perform any food
regulatory work in the year is  not counted.
Q12. Number of  f ull t ime equivalent  (FT E) aut horised of f icers t o f ulf il f ood regulat ory
dut ies? *

1
'FTE': the number of authoris ed officers  required to undertake council's  level of food work (as  per previous
ques tion) if they had worked full time on food.
Example:
A council with 1 full time authoris ed officer who works  only on food (1 FTE), plus  2 authoris ed officers
who work on food part-time for 25%  of their time (2 x 0 .25 FTE = 0 .5 FTE), plus  1 contractor appointed
as  an authoris ed officer who works  25%  of their time on food (0 .25 FTE) would ans wer 1.75.

Surveillance Activity
Number of Inspections
Q13. Number of  primary inspect ions conduct ed f or f ixed f ood premises? *
178
Primary ins pections : total number of ins pections  of fixed premis es  which were programmed and
completed.
Exclude re-ins pections  for uns atis factory is s ues , and ins pections  of mobile and temporary premis es .
Example:
If a council ins pects  50  high ris k fixed bus ines s es  twice per year and 25 medium ris k fixed
bus ines s es  once per year, all of which are completed, then the ans wer is  125.
Q14 . Number of  primary inspect ions conduct ed f or t emporary f ood premises? *
71
'Primary ins pections ': ins pections  of temporary premis es  which were programmed and completed.
Exclude re-ins pections  for uns atis factory is s ues , and ins pections  of fixed and mobile premis es .
Q15. Number of  primary inspect ions conduct ed f or mobile f ood premises? *
3
'Primary ins pections ': ins pections  of mobile premis es  which were programmed and completed.
Exclude re-ins pections  for uns atis factory is s ues , and ins pections  of fixed and temporary premis es .
Example:
If a fes tival in a council area had 2 mobile coffee carts  and ins pected them both, and the council has  7
regular mobile food bus ines s es  s elling ice cream, s andwiches , coffee and hot pies  and completes
ins pections  of them all, the ans wer is  9. Temporary food s talls  at the fes tival s hould not be counted.
Number of Businesses

Q16. Number of  high and medium risk, f ixed premises f ood businesses inspect ed? *
177
'Fixed premis es  bus ines s es ': include the number of all high and medium ris k fixed premis es  that were
ins pected.
Exclude multiple vis its  to the s ame bus ines s , any vis it to low ris k fixed premis es  and all mobile and
temporary premis es  ins pected.
Example:
If a council ins pects  50  high ris k fixed bus ines s es  twice per year and 25 medium ris k fixed
bus ines s es  once per year, all of which are completed, then the ans wer is  75.
Q17. Number of  t hese f ixed premises f ood businesses requiring re-inspect ion? *
35
'Re-ins pection': Fixed premis es  which required follow-up to a primary ins pection due to s ignificant
breaches  or pos s ible enforcement action.
'Significant breaches ': thos e which pos e a food s afety ris k or are matters  which cannot be left until the
next routine ins pection.
Do not count premis es  where matters  are left to the next routine ins pection, the officer 'pops  in' to
check on a minor is s ue or if council routinely re-vis its  for minor is s ues  with no enforcement action
taken.
Examples:
Re-ins pections  due to hand was hing, temperature control, cros s  contamination, pes t control,
inadequate cleaning and s anitation, s ale of food pas t 'us e by' dates  and maintenance is s ues  that pos e
a food s afety ris k.
Q18. Number of  t hese f ixed premises f ood businesses requiring addit ional re-
inspect ion(s)? *

14
'Additional re-ins pection': Fixed premis es  requiring further follow-up after a firs t re-ins pection.
Example:
A premis es  found at primary ins pection to have evidence of inadequate cleaning of s urfaces  and
equipment and at re-ins pection is  found to have not addres s ed the is s ues , requiring a further
reins pection the next day would count as  1.
Childcare facilities








Q19. Are there any childcare facilities  in your LGA that cook and/or s erve PHF? This  ques tion does  not
include childcare facilities  that receive and s tore lunch/food packed by parents /carers . *
Yes
No
Q20. Are all thes e childcare facilities  ins pected at leas t once per year? *
Yes
No
Business Inspection Outcomes
Please report on the FPAR scores achieved for ALL prem ises, REG ARDLES S  OF
WHETHER IN 'S CORES  ON DOORS ' PROG RAM. For prem ises where there were two or
m ore inspections, please report the score of the m ost recent prim ary inspection.
Business Inspection Outcomes
Please indicat e t he t ypes of  premises f or which t he business inspect ion out comes are
being report ed
*
Fixed premis es
Temporary premis es
Mobile premis es
Q24 . Number of  premises wit h 0-3 point s (5 st ar Scores on Doors rat ing) det ermined at
t he most  recent  primary inspect ion? *

64
Q25. Number of  premises wit h 4 -8 point s (4  st ar Scores on Doors rat ing) det ermined at
t he most  recent  primary inspect ion? *

54
Q26. Number of  premises wit h 9-15 point s and wit h no single 8 point  breach (3 st ar
Scores on Doors rat ing) det ermined at  t he most  recent  primary inspect ion? *

44
Q27. Number of  premises wit h more t han 15 point s or wit h any single 8 point  breach
(‘no st ar’ Scores on Doors rat ing) det ermined at  t he most  recent  primary inspect ion? *

15
Total
177

Complaints
Complaints
Where food complaints  were determined to be in relation to multiple matters  (eg. both hygiene and
labelling) then pleas e count that complaint only in the category identified as  the mos t s ignificant
matter at the time of the inves tigation.
Number of  complaint s invest igat ed in relat ion t o alleged:
Q28. Hygiene & handling *
10
Number of complaint inves tigations  which related to cleaning, s anitation, pes t control, temperature
control, s torage, potential for cros s  contamination, etc.
Q29. Foreign mat t er *
3
Number of complaint inves tigations  which related to food contaminated with foreign matter.
Q30. Food qualit y including det eriorat ion *
0
Number of complaint inves tigations  which related to poor food quality becaus e of mould, damaged
packaging, s talenes s  etc.
Q31. Labelling & advert ising *
0
Number of complaint inves tigations  which related to incorrect labelling, mis s ing labelling s uch as  country
of origin information, fals e or mis leading advertis ing, etc. and may include food s old after a 'us e by' date.
Q32. Single-incident  f oodborne illness *
4
Number of complaint inves tigations  which relateding to s ingle-incident cas es  of alleged foodborne illnes s
(cas es  of either a s ingle pers on or a s ingle family).
Q33. Ot her *
7
Number of complaint inves tigations  which related to other is s ues  under the Food Act 2003.

Total Number of complaints  inves tigated
24
Enforcement
Enforcement
Q34 . Number of  warnings issued *
12
'Warnings ': number of warnings  written on reports  s uch as  Food Premis es  As s es s ment Reports  (FPARs ),
plus  Warning Letters  is s ued by authoris ed officers , for all premis es  types .
Exclude ins tances  where Notices  or Orders  were is s ued.
Q35. Number of  I mprovement  Not ices issued? *
6
Formal Improvement Notices  is s ued relating to Food Act breaches , for all premis es  types .
Q36. Number of  Penalt y Not ices issued relat ing t o Food Act  breaches? *
0
Q37. Number of  seiz ure not ices issued? *
0
Seiz ure notices  is s ued for Food Act breaches , for all premis es  types .
Q38. Number of  Prohibit ion Orders served? *
0
Prohibition Orders  is s ued for Food Act breaches , for all premis es  types .
Q39. Number of  prosecut ions det ermined relat ing t o Food Act  breaches?
0







Comments, Value-added Services and GM Approval
Comments
Q4 0. Pleas e provide any comments /explanations  to s upport the data in your s ubmis s ion
Events  and markets  where temporary food s talls  were ins pected:
* World Surf Competition
* Kiama Show
* Red Hot Summer Tour
* Farmers  Markets
* Craft Markets
* Jamberoo Markets
Value-added Services
Pleas e indicate what value-added s ervices  have been provided in the 12 month reporting period.
Pleas e provide details  for each in the box e.g. type and number of training s es s ions  run
Q4 1. Part icipat ion in 'Scores on Doors' *
Yes
No
Comments
Kiama Council s cores  s hops  us ing the FPAR audit form and is  able to as s ign each food s hop a s core
however Kiama Council does  not currently participate in the 'Scores  on Door' Program.
Q4 2. T echnical advice provided t o f ood businesses *
Yes
No
Comments
Environmental Health Officers  area available either on the phone or in pers on to ans wer food s afety
ques tions  relating to the s et up of a kitchen or any other food s afety enquiry.
Q4 3. I nf ormat ion provided t o f ood businesses e.g. f act sheet s, websit e, newslet t er *
Yes
No
Comments
Kiama Council e-mails  a quarterly food s afety news letter to all regis tered food s hops  in the
municipality. In addition to this  any recalls  is s ued by the Aus tralian New Zealand Food Standards  or
relevant information s ent to Council by the Food Authority including alerts  are e-mailed to our food
s afety mail out lis t. Council als o s ends  out relevant information to food premis es  via e-mail relating to
any free food s afety s upervis or cours es  provided by TAFE and reminders  to ens ure all FSS have current
FSS certificate.







Q4 4 . Food handler t raining organised or f acilit at ed *
Yes
No
Comments
Kiama Council Provides  an on-line "I'm Alert" food s afety training program.
Q4 5. Any ot her services provided e.g. part icipat ion in surveys *
Yes
No
Comments
Kiama Council hos ted and participated in the Retail Food Services  Information Ses s ion.
GM Approval
Q4 6. Has  this  report s ubmis s ion been approved by the General Manager? *
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approve, then click the 'Save' button. You will be provided with a link to download a pdf of the s aved form.
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s ubmis s ion.
Yes
No
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