UKHospitality, formed following the merger of the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers and the British Hospitality Association, champions the hospitality industry across the UK, giving an authoritative voice to over 700 companies and 65,000 venues. It speaks on behalf of a wide range of businesses, from FTSE 100 enterprises to multi-site and independent single-site operators.
Through this partnership, UKHospitality members will now benefit from the offer of free online training licenses when they sign up to Food Alert’s food hygiene and/or health & safety services. They will also have access to expert safety advice at UKHospitality events and insightful articles on key topics related to food safety.
Food Alert is a leading safety consultancy and technology firm. The company was established in 1990 and provides food safety, health & safety and fire safety services, software and training to hospitality businesses across the UK, Europe and the Middle East. Clients range from small single-site businesses through to large multi-site organisations that include restaurants, hotels, retailers, contract caterers, cafés and pubs.
Food Alert work in close partnership with clients to ensure their businesses meet regulatory requirements, whilst helping them to streamline safety management processes, reduce risk and operational costs.
Kate Nicholls, Chief Executive of UKHospitality said: “UKHospitality is very pleased to be working in partnership with Food Alert, giving our members access to first class food safety advice and services. Their experience of the hospitality sector, in-depth knowledge of safety and excellent reputation means members can rely on their services to help manage their business’ safety compliance.”
David Bashford, Managing Director Client Services commented: “At Food Alert we have many years’ of experience helping businesses within the hospitality sector to manage their safety compliance. For this reason, partnering with UKHospitality made complete sense. Our understanding of the industry and its complexities puts our business in a great position to be able to help UKHospitality members. We are therefore delighted to be in partnership with UKHospitality and look forward to working closely with them and helping to protect their members.”