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Welcome to NCASS Connect
The portal for access to the NCASS Primary Authority lists. You can access information via this portal to all of the members of the NCASS Co-ordinated Primary Authority Partnerships.
Getting Access:
1. Already have a log in?
simply add your membership number and password here and press enter (forgot your password?
Add your email here and we’ll send you access

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2. Register here:
Simply add your local authority contact details for access and to create a free account
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3. Give us a call on 0121 6032524 and ask to speak to the Primary Authority team
Frequently Asked Questions
What is NCASS Connect?
It is a portal to the database of NCASS members which can be accessed via a password protected site, by local authority enforcement officers. They can use this information to find details about food businesses, provide feedback on those businesses, request inspections, view inspection reports.

Enforcement officers can also find details of assured advice provided by our Primary Authority partners including our Food Safety Inspection Plan, Due diligence system, interactive risk assessments and training.

How do I qualify?
All local authority enforcement officers working in Food safety, Health & Safety, Fire Safety, Trading Standards or the police can access this site. You simply need a .gov or email address

What does it cost?
It’s free for local authorities as it is paid for out of caterer membership subscriptions Did You Know?

We Won an Award!
In 2016 NCASS won the ‘Best Business Award’ at the BEIS Primary Authority Awards for our support provided to our members. The connect system was a major contributing factor to our win as it attempted to bring together traders, enforcers and organisers to share information, reduce unnecessary costs and admin work and to ensure consistent standards for catering across England & Wales

Referenced by the Food Standards Agency
The connect system is referenced in the Guidance Notes for the Food Law Code of Practice as a means of managing mobile businesses and sharing information. In the impact study carried out itwas predicted that a system like connect could save local authorities £2.1million over ten years and food businesses £1.2million over the same period.

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