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50 health inspectors trained in Tripoli


In collaboration with the ministries of economy and health, the Municipality of Tripoli jointly with the Chamber of Commerce for the North distributed certificates on Friday to some 50 health inspectors who completed a training course on food safety and health inspection. On the occasion, Dr Rana Husseini, head of Tripoli Central Clinic, outlined the goals of the training workshop, including the activation of health monitoring to raise awareness among the health officers particularly in observing food safety standards, as well as, standardizing the norms and rules used to this end. For his part, the Caza doctor in charge, Bshara Eid, pressed the need to comply with health specifications and quality stipulations in food safety, pointing to the huge responsibility on part of the health inspector, particularly in challenging the systematic corruption that completely disregards food safety and public health provisions. Speeches during the ceremony stressed the significance of the training session in improving the health conditions in the Northern capital, especially among the butchers and poultry shop owners. To note, the 50 health beneficiaries belong to the Municipality and to the ministries of health and economy. (Al Diyar, January 9, 2018)

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