Follow the plan and make appropriate records of all the required information, as soon as the registration has been accepted.
Get your business verified on time. FCPs will be done by a Council Environmental Health Officer. The time and day will be arranged with you prior however it is your responsibility to ensure that the business is verified on time. The officer will come on site to view the operations and go over sections of the plan in depth. Further verifications follow a timeframe depending on the outcome of the verification. New businesses must have an initial verification undertaken within 1 month of operating and existing businesses must be verified within 12 months.
Renew your registration before it expires; annually for FCPs or biennially for National Programmes.
When you are ready to get your business up and running you must consider whether you will need a building consent, resource consent or tradewaste consent and grease trap.