All IU food service establishments must meet the Retail Food Establishment Sanitation Requirements established by the state. University Environmental Health and Safety (IUEHS) works to ensure that all who live, work, and visit our campuses are provided with safe food.
This is done through routine, follow up, complaint, pre-operational and temporary event inspections of food service facilities and special events that provide food to the public. We are not just inspectors, however. We are here to help whenever we are needed through education, training, and consultation at IU Bloomington and on all of our regional campuses.
Temporary events open to the public on IU properties must comply with IU’s Program for Temporary Food Service Events and organizers must submit the required Temporary Event Food Service Application (TEFSA). These events must also meet the requirements of the Office of Insurance, Loss Control and Claims (INLOCC) relating to temporary food service and alcohol.