Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) vice-president and health administrator Sylvanus Thompson has won a prestigious honour. He was presented with the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (CIPHI) and the Environmental Health Foundation of Canada National Sanitation Foundation Food Safety award at the CIPHI national conference in Halifax.
Public Health Inspector Raymond Ramdayal nominated Thompson for the award.
“At a time when consumer confidence in food safety is declining and there is increasing concerns about the safety of food from all commercial food service establishments, it’s a great honour to be recognized for my contributions at this prestigious level,” said Thompson, the Toronto Public Health Environmental Health Program quality assurance manager. “It’s even more rewarding as this resulted from a nomination process.”
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