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Inspections

The Brant County Health Unit inspects a variety of businesses and facilities, such as pools and spas, tattoo and personal service settings, restaurants and more.

Inspection Reports

The Brant County Health Unit's Inspection Reports provides you with quick and easy access to the results of these inspections.

For updates and information on the safety of local beaches, please visit our Beach Postings webpage.

For information on obtaining or renewing your Food Handler Certification, opening a restaurant in Brantford and Brant County, or learning about what our Public Health Inspectors do to prevent food-borne illness in our community and more, please visit out Food Safety webpage.

Public health inspectors inspect facilities offering personal services where there is a risk of exposure to blood for clients and staff.

These services include:

  • Hair salons and barber shops
  • Tattoo and body piercing studios
  • Nail salons
  • Spas

For further details, please visit out Personal Services Settings webpage.


The Health Unit has specific roles regarding pests in our community. Pests include bats, bed bugs, cockroaches, rodents, and any other mammal or insect that may be thought of as a public health concern. Visit our Pests webpage for more information.

The Brant County Health Unit regularly inspects public pools and offers online courses in lifeguarding and pool operations. For more information on safe swimming, please visit our Pool Safety webpage.

We inspect tattoo studios in Brantford and Brant County and promote safe tattooing to help you stay healthy. Visit our Tattoo Safety webpage for more information.

If your drinking water comes from a private well, we will test your water for free. The test will look for harmful total coliforms and Escherichia coli (E. coli) bacteria.​ We recommend testing your well water three times a year, every year. We will help you understand the results and provide well maintenance and water treatment options. Visit our Water Testing page for more information.

Environmental Health
519-753-4937 ext. 470