Food Safety & Defense During Special Events
July 6, 2016 • 9am-12pm
Join SCPH for an exciting, FREE, and informative presentation on food safety and food defense during special events. This is not a level one food safety training course, but it's designed to educate employees, management and staff about challenges that may arise with large events such as the Republic National Convention. To register: http://conta.cc/1Y2wice
The ServSafe® Course from The Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association is recognized by health departments across the country as the “industry standard” and as THE course to certify food handlers. Those who complete the course and pass the exam will receive a ServSafe® completion certificate from the Educational Foundation. AND…since Nutrition Plus is an approved teaching base by the Ohio Department of Health, they will also receive an official State of Ohio certificate which signifies permanent Ohio LEVEL 2 CERTIFICATION IN FOOD PROTECTION.
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