Manitoba Guideline on Emergency Action Plans for Food Establishments Sewage Backup Mobile App
Sewage back-up at food service establishment can cause major disruptions.
How does it work?
An overflow of sewage from plumbing or other equipment may be a result of grease in the pipes or drain or other causes. Any sewage back-up likely will require immediate closure of the facilities, and a call to the health inspector. The sewage back-up may contaminate food, even sealed items, so it is important the food service employees have a carefully outlined plan for how to handle this type of situation. This app for Manitoba Guideline on Emergency Action Plans for Food Establishments Sewage Backup should be used by food service facilities when they need to address a sewage back-up. It will guide them through the process of safely securing the area, cleanup of the area, discarding food and alcohol-exposed to raw sewage, recovery efforts, and how to address renovations to the impacted space.