The manufacturing and serving of food and foodstuffs is supervised in, for example, restaurants. This supervision ensures that the foodstuffs are healthy and safe to consume. The handling, transport, trading, import, export and marketing of foodstuffs are also supervised. The food industry operator is also responsible for carrying out in-house control. Those who plan to open a restaurant should contact Food Control ahead of time. The notification about opening a restaurant must be sent at least one month in advance.
If you are in need of rescue services, contact the Emergency Response Centre.
The emergency number 112 should only be called in the case of emergencies where an individual’s life, health or property or the environment are threatened or in danger, or if there is a reason to assume so.
The Emergency Response Centre will dispatch police, rescue, first response or social services as necessary.