The SFELC Executive provides oversight of a broad range of topics covered by SFELC Sub-committees and Working Groups. Focus has, in recent times, been upon resources within the food safety service across Scotland, approved establishments, working groups’ terms of reference, committee elections and the annual report.
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Andy Morrison (Aberdeen City Council): Chair of SFELC and Chair of SFELC Food Safety Subcommittee
Brian Lawrie: (South Aryshire council): Society of Chief Officers of Environmental Health in Scotland (SoCOEHS) representative
Jane Couper (Dundee City Council): Chair of SFELC Food Standards Subcommittee
Lindsay Matthew (Dundee City Council): SFELC Vice Chair & Convention of Scottish Local Authorities representative
Lorna Murray: Food Standards Scotland representative
Martin Keeley (West Dunbartonshire Council): Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) representative and Chair of Scottish Food Crime Advisory Group
Paul Bradley (West Lothian Council): SFELC Honorary Secretary
Tanja Low: SFELC Secretariat