The main office is opened to the public from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Mondays to Fridays.  The incinerator is opened to the public from 6 am to 7 pm daily.

A letter of your decision to close the establishment should be sent to the Environmental Health Division in order for us to update our records.

The proprietor must seek registration of that operation after which an inspection for licencing will be conducted.

Change of ownership must be sought with the Department of Trade and Consumer Affairs and the proof of such change must be submitted via a copy of the new Trade Licence to the Environmental Health Division.

Please follow the steps indicated for our New Food Establishment Registration and Licencing Service.

You can bring clothes and foodstuffs and some electrical equipment. All drinks must be in sealed bottle, foodstuffs must be packaged in such a way that they can be searched. Any other items must be approved before they can be brought in. Visitors must be aware that bringing a prohibited item into a prison is a criminal offense and you can be subject to arrest and charge.

An NPO may appeal to the Minister against the decision made by the board within 21 days of receipt of the notice that the application has been rejected.

Use the Premises Self Inspection Guide Pamphlet as a guide for conducting an inspection of your premises once a week for mosquito breeding.  Eliminate any active or potential breeding containers (buckets, drums, old fridges, washers, tires etc.) by either discarding them or turning over those used for carrying water when not in use.  Cover water storage tanks and drums tightly to prevent them from being accessed by mosquitoes.

In addition to the registration form please submit:

  • A copy of the constitutional documents
  • A statement of the purpose, objectives and activities of the organisation