Finding my way into restaurant kitchens: A Food Inspector story 

Crossposted from Public Health Insider

For National Public Health Week, we’re celebrating by featuring unsung public health heroes who make our communities safer and healthier. Each day, we’ll highlight a public health worker through their own words, sharing their work and why they’re committed to serving our community.

To kick off the week we spoke with one of our Food Inspectors, Shauna Cartwright. Shauna and her fellow inspectors are responsible for inspecting over 12,000 food establishments, 1,800 pools and spas, 3,000 temporary food events (such as farmers markets and street fairs) and started 2017 by incorporating the new Food Safety Rating System into their day to day work. Wow, they are busy!

Read more at Public Health Insider