InspectionsFood premisesOttawa Public Health is mandated under the Ontario Health Protection and Promotion Act to inspect a wide range of food premises to improve food safety standards and reduce the risk of foodborne illness. Public Health Inspectors monitor compliance with Provincial Regulations, and promote food safety and cleanliness in Ottawa's retail food industry.Inspectors visit food establishments, both on a routine and complaint related basis, to make sure any deficiencies are quickly corrected, and prepare a report about each visit. This report is posted online shortly after the inspection and includes any deficiencies found at the establishment.Find the latest food premises inspection reports.Personal service settings (PSS)As part of its mandate under the Ontario Public Health Standards, 2008 and the Infection Prevention and Control in Personal Services Settings Protocol, 2008 , Ottawa Public Health (OPH) inspects Personal Services Settings (PSS) to improve infection prevention and control practices and to minimize the risk of blood-borne/other types of infections during the delivery of personal services. PSS refer to settings in which aesthetic services are delivered, such as but not limited to: hairdressing and barbershops; tattoo and body piercing studios; nail salons; electrolysis; and various other services. Public Health Inspectors (PHIs) monitor compliance with Provincial Best Practices, and promote safety and cleanliness in Ottawa's PSS facilities.PHIs inspect PSS establishments, both on a routine and complaint related basis, to make sure any deficiencies are quickly corrected, and prepare a report about each visit. Residents are encouraged to look for a certificate - issued by OPH - that ensures the premises has been inspected by a Public Health Inspector.Find the latest PSS inspection reports.Residents are urged to consider whether they may be submitting to a procedure that would reasonably be considered a medical intervention. If this is the case, please question the operator and, if in doubt, contact the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario to inquire. OPH is also available for questions about issues of cleanliness and hygiene at 613-580-6744.
What's new in version 1.4
- Bug fixes
ReleaseApril 14, 2015
Date AddedApril 14, 2015
Additional RequirementsCompatible with iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4. iTunes account required.