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Food Safety Training

Skills & Knowledge Training

Food Business proprietors are responsible for ensuring that their employees have sufficient skills and knowledge to handle food safety.

There are many ways you can ensure that staff have the skills and knowledge they need for their work are including:

  • Use the City’s free online food safety training program FoodSafe Online;
  • Conducting ‘in house’ training by other staff or the owner of the business;
  • Giving staff food safety and food hygiene information to read;
  • Regular staff meetings covering food safety issues
  • Operating rules that set out the responsibilities of food handlers and their supervisors/managers;
  • Sending staff to food safety courses run by other people;
  • Hiring a consultant to run a course for the staff of the business; and
  • Recruiting staff with formal industry based training qualifications.

 

Food Safety Training

The City of Nedlands is pleased to provide FREE and unlimited access to an exciting new training program that will assist food businesses and their employees in gaining valuable skills and knowledge in food safety and hygiene.

This program is presented in an interactive, easy to follow, and entertaining format which includes the ability for the user to print off an acknowledgement form and a certificate upon completion of the program that can be kept as a part of your staff records.

This training program will assist food business managers in ensuring all staff are trained in this important area and thereby reducing any risk of food borne illness resulting from poor food handling practices.

It is recommended that all food handlers participate in this training. This is a great opportunity to provide all your staff with training that would otherwise cost your business money and a great deal more in time.

Link to free training: https://www.ehawa.org.au/products/foodsafe-products/foodsafe-online. On the payment details page, use the unique discount voucher “FSNEDLA349” and it will apply the $35 discount. Users will need to complete the transaction and follow the downloadable instructions to register and start the course. 

For further information on the food safety topics within this training program, please contact the City’s Environmental Health Service on 9273 3500.

FoodSafe Online promotional video  - https://youtu.be/NyfaUxexKNE