EPA - FOOD SAFETY
The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians Tribal Environmental Protection Agency (Tribal EPA) is the branch of the Tribal Government assigned responsibility for implementing the Tribe’s Food Safety Program. Under the Food Safety Program, the Tribal EPA must ensure that all temporary food facilities (TFFs) operating on the Twenty-Nine Palms Reservation comply with necessary food handling procedures to protect public health.
The Food Facility Handbook is designed to assist any TFF in ensuring compliance with the Tribe’s requirements. The Handbook will provide specific operational guidelines and food handling policies and procedures. The Tribal EPA may amend, modify, or delete its policies, rules, or regulations at any time, subject to the approval of the Tribal Chairperson. This Handbook was prepared in accordance with the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians Food and Beverage, Health and Safety Ordinance (TC# 110802).
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