MICAF – Food Storage & Prevention of Infestation Division has no islandwide master list for food storage entities

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Auditor General's Findings

The Food Storage & Prevention of Infestation Division (FSPID) has insufficient information on the number of food storage entities in the island and this could result in inadequate coverage. FSPID does not have a master list of all food storage entities operating islandwide. Therefore we could not assess whether FSPID’s inspection coverage captured a significant portion of the population of food storage entities or sufficiently addressed the high risk areas.

Permanent Secretary (current): Dermon Spence

Permanent Secretary (at breach): Donovan Stanberry

Breach Category: Resource Management

Breach Type: Ineffective Monitoring of Regulated Entities

  • Breach Details
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  • Accountable Officers
  • Calls To Action

Status: Partial Compliance

Year Reported: 2015

Last Assessed: July 19, 2016

Year Resolved:

JAMP UPDATE

January 22, 2019 – JAMP was allowed access to a list of the FSPID’s Master Lists.
Below are the numbers of entities handling food per parish:

  1. Kingston & St. Andrew #212, (indicatively low)
  2. St. Catherine #700,
  3. St. James 430,
  4. St. Ann #406,
  5. Manchester #328,
  6. Clarendon #255,
  7. Westmoreland #200,
  8. St. Mary #163,
  9. St. Elizabeth #161,
  10. St. Thomas 132,
  11. Portland #126,
  12. Trelawny #119,
  13. Hanover #69.
Permanent Secretary Dermon Spence 4 St. Lucia Avenue, 
Kingston 5
876-927-1731
Hon Audley Shaw CD, MP 4 St. Lucia Avenue, 
Kingston 5
(187) 696-87116 View profile in MP Tracker
Chief Food Storage Officer Food Storage and Prevention of Infestation Division Roy McNeil 15 Gordon Town Road Kingston 6

No Calls To Action are currently associated with this breach.

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