County of Los Angeles
Department of Public Health
5050 Commerce Drive
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
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The Consultative Services (CS) program provides technical assistance by engaging in activities that are designed to foster a greater understanding of local health department compliance policies and related state and federal codes.
The unit issues the "Certificate of Excellence" to retail food establishments that receive three
consecutive "A" inspection ratings without high-risk violations or repeated moderate-risk violations.
The program keeps abreast with current issues and trends within the food industry by maintaining an advisory presence on various professional and business associations and committees,
such as the Food Safety Advisory Council (FSAC), Chinese
Restaurant Health Standard Task Force, and the California
RESPONSIBILITIES AND SERVICES:
CS provides technical assistance to the food
Health in public health outreach activities
Reviews lab results for microbial challenge studies
CS assists retail food operations in
finding compliance solutions
training on relevant issues to the food service
For more information about Consultative Services or services provided, call (626) 430-5320 or fax
inquiries to (626) 813-4833.
To pay for your Public Health Permit and/or License using your Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover), Debit Card, or Electronic Check (ECheck), please visit our
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numbers from your billing statement ready. Payment will only be accepted online for the total amount owed on an
account. Terms and Conditions apply. For more information about Permit and License Billing, please visit our
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