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A retail vendor’s licence is required to sell tobacco products in PEI., A licence is not required to sell, only, electronic smoking devices and/or accessories., If you sell tobacco products or electronic smoking devices and accessories in PEI your retail outlet will be inspected regularly for...
Tobacco and electronic smoking device retailers wishing to inform themselves about legislation, store policies, and staff training will find this document a valuable resource.
This useful reference tool can help a retailer/clerk to quickly determine if a customer meets the age requirement for purchasing tobacco and/or electronic smoking devices.
Tanning facility operators in PEI are required by law to prohibit access to anyone under, age 18 years, and must visibly display signage indicating the health hazards associated with using tanning equipment. Tanning facilities will be routinely inspected and are required to operate in accordance...
The Early Learning and Child Care Board issues a licence to a child care facility based on requirements specified in the Early Learning and Child Care Act . As part of the licensing process, Environmental Health inspects child care facilities and reports back to the Board. Activities under this...
The basic goal of this program is to protect the public health of all Islanders and visitors. Legislative authority for this program falls under the Public Health Act or associated regulations (scroll to Public Health Act and Regulations to display full list of regulations)., Nature of the...
If you notice an environmental situation that has the potential to cause injury or illness, you can report it to Environmental Health. Environmental Health Officers are available to discuss and, if necessary, investigate concerns related to health hazards such as exposure to untreated sewage,...
A valid licence is required to operate a food premises or to prepare and/or serve food to the public at any location in PEI. The licence expires each year on March 31st. Apply for a Licence to Operate a Food Premises. Environmental Health Officers in PEI regularly inspect a licensed food premises...
If a food premises inspection or follow-up inspection finds a PEI food establishment does not meet the minimum standards set out in the Food Premises regulations, the violation will be recorded and a warning will be issued. Only the food premises that have been issued a Warning, Health Order or...
Every licensed food premises in PEI must be inspected annually to confirm its compliance with the minimum standards of the, Public Health Act, and Food Premises Regulations. Food-service operations subject to annual inspection include all sit-in and take-out restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores...