Extract of the Environmental Public Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations, Chapter 95, Section 113, Regulation 29(3), (4), (13)
(3) Notwithstanding paragraph (1), the licensee of a food establishment or private market may permit any Guide Dog accompanying a blind or visually impaired person to be brought into the dining or refreshment area or any toilet of the licensed premises if the Guide Dog is:
- Kept under proper control.
- Restrained from straying or causing annoyance or nuisance to any person or animal, or damage to any property.
- Held in a leash.
(4) Where the licensee of a food establishment or private market permits guide dogs accompanying blind or visually impaired persons to be brought into his licensed premises under paragraph (3), the notice referred to in paragraph (2) shall specify that guide dogs are permitted within the licensed premises.
(13) In this regulation “Guide Dog” means a Dog that is specially trained to aid a particular blind or visually impaired person.
To find out more, please refer to the advisory by Singapore Food Agency (SFA) that Guide Dogs accompanying the blind or visually impaired persons are Permitted in Food Retail Establishments here.
For food retail establishment operators, you may also refer to this joint circular issued by the Singapore Food Agency, the Ministry of Social and Family Development, and SG Enable for more information.