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The Division of Consumer Environmental Health (CEH) protects the health, safety, and consumer rights of those who live, work, or visit in Milwaukee.
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The Division of Consumer Environmental Health (CEH) protects the health, safety, and consumer rights of those who live, work, or visit in Milwaukee. By conducting inspections of food service establishments and events, tattoo and body art facilities, and establishments that sell items by weight, the Division promotes safe practices, prevents the potential spread of disease, and assures that consumers receive the amount of goods they pay for. The Food Inspection Program conducts annual and periodic inspections of food service establishments, mobile vendors, and temporary events. Specialists also train food service managers, provide food safety consultations, review plans and conduct pre-occupancy inspections, and develop policies to support food safety.