New boss for hygiene service

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The Food Standards Agency has appointed Steve McGrath as the new chief executive of the Meat Hygiene Service (MHS). He will take up the post on...

The Food Standards Agency has appointed Steve McGrath​ as the new chief executive of the Meat Hygiene Service (MHS). He will take up the post on January 22 2007 when the existing chief executive, Chris Lawson, retires from the public service.

McGrath joins the FSA on November 1 to familiarise himself with the MHS and its role and responsibilities.

The MHS is is responsible for the protection of public health and animal health and welfare in Great Britain, through enforcement of legislation in approved fresh meat premises.

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