The Middlesex-London Health Unit inspects a variety of businesses and facilities in Middlesex-London, such restaurants, pools and spas, wading pools and splash pads, hairdressing and barber shops, tattoo and body piercing studios, manicure/pedicure salons, small drinking water systems and licensed child care settings.
Search the Health Unit’s inspection disclosure website and find inspection reports for food premises, recreational water, personal service settings, licensed child care settings and small drinking water systems.
If you have any questions regarding an inspection or a facility, please email email@example.com or call 519-663-5317.
DineSafe Middlesex-London is a food safety program that provides the public with quick and easy access to the results of food safety inspections. DineSafe includes inspection results from restaurants and other food premises in Middlesex-London.
- Other Food
Other food premises include facilities that sell food, which are not included in the DineSafe Middlesex-London food safety program. Examples include, but are not limited to: licensed child care settings and long-term care homes.
- Recreational Water
Recreational water includes facilities such as pools, spas, wading pools, and splash pads in Middlesex-London.
- Personal Service Settings
Personal service settings include facilities such as hairdressing and barber shops, tattoo and body piercing studios, manicure/pedicure salons, and other aesthetic services, including home-based and mobile businesses.
- Licensed Child Care
Licensed child care settings include facilities operated by a person licensed under the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014.
- Small Drinking Water Systems
Small drinking water systems are premises that make drinking water available to the public and don’t get their drinking water from a municipal drinking water system. Examples include, but are not limited to: motels, restaurants, seasonal trailer parks, and places of worship.
- Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) Lapses
View inspection reports for facilities that are found to have an Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) lapse identified through the assessment of a complaint or referral, or through communicable disease surveillance.
Date of creation: June 25, 2015
Last modified on: March 19, 2019