And I’m not saying anyone should forcibly check up on them. But the government is not looking over the chef’s shoulder to see if he washed the knife, or looking into the vendor’s cooler to see if his hotdogs are expired. I would even bet there are rules about who can enter a kitchen, meaning the public is not allowed to check up on the conditions of the kitchen, even if the establishment would let them.
This suggests that along with revenue generation through theft, licensing also serves as protection for already established trades-people against those who have not yet been approved by government. The idea is to create barriers for people who might not need or want the training.
October 09, 2015
How Licensing Works Perfectly Summed Up in One Meme
Posted by pooja