Cashier closes at 3:00PM Location
Navy Hill Phone
The CHCC Bureau of Environmental Health’s (BEH) goal is to ensure the protection of the general public and consumers against adverse effects that may result from hazardous environmental health and unsanitary conditions. The BEH is solely responsible for the issuance of a Food Handler Certificates and a Sanitary Permits for establishments to be in full compliance with public health requirements. The BEH continues to work in collaboration with government agencies and private sector organizations on enforcing rules and regulations pertaining to public health.
BEH HOTLINE: (670)664-4667
Call to report any unsanitary practices at retail, food, and other establishments.
Inspections on a bi-annual and or on annual basis of all regulated establishments, such as restaurants, night clubs, roadside vendors, retail/wholesale, catering, BBQ Stands, room accomadation (hotel, motel), and schools.
Food safety training for Food Handler Certification
Village Premise inspections for the elimination of vector harborage areas for disease prevention, specifically mosquitoes and rodents
Entertain and provide appropriate action on complaints regarding overflow of garbage and domestic sewage, expired food items, and other unsanitary practices affecting the general public
Burial Plot assignment (Tanapag Cemetary)
Outreach and education on food safety and vector control
Recalling affected importaed and or locally grown/manufactured products
Investigate foodborne illness outbreaks and potential vector borne disease outbreaks