About Us



Your Safety Partner

Food, Health and Environmental Safety, Corporation (FHES) is a multifaceted safety engineering firm focused on implementing and optimizing safety in the food, health, and environmental industries.  FHES uses United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Drug Administration and the United States Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards to provide several valuable services to better clients’ businesses.  Established in 2006, FHES has over 15 years of combined staff experience and over 100 clients in the hospitality, medical and environmental industries.​

Food Safety

FHES provides an inclusive series of training programs on HACCP in order to educate our clients’ employees how to enforce HACCP standards. Each training program is designed to educate a rotating, multi-level staff with comprehensive industry knowledge. FHES takes a higher approach to safety by implementing an in-house safety initiative that is a step above USDA/FDA standards, which gives FHES clients an advantage within the food industry.

FHES has an in-depth expertise in the field of food safety testing. FHES provides testing similar to those done by state health inspectors, which includes a written report, summary of results, and recommendations for improvement. We assist our clients with on-site contamination investigations and finding resolutions. FHES offers food and facility testing in order to verify USDA/FDA regulations compliance and assess the effectiveness of HACCP plans in place.

FHES also provides food safety audits to make sure clients’ locations meet all the required health industry guidelines and regulations. FHES performs HACCP inspection and random yearly inspections in order to develop an effective HACCP plan.

Health Safety

Our standards are based on OSHA. The program is geared towards providing workers with protection from the hazards in their workplaces by helping employers: 

  • Determine whether a work site problem can be solved by training.

  • Determine what training, if any, is needed.

  • Identify goals and objectives for the training.

  • Design learning activities.

  • Conduct training.

  • Determine the effectiveness of the training.

  • Revise the training program based on feedback from employees, supervisors and others.

We view safety from the perspective of: 

  •  Regulatory compliance

  • The "Business of Safety", monetary impact of accidents

  • Humanitarian concern and ethics