A food service establishment is a place where food is prepared and intended for individual portion service and includes the site at which the individual portions are provided, whether consumption occurs on or off the premises. The term excludes food processing establishments, retail food stores, private homes where food is prepared or served for family consumption, and food service operations where a distinct group mutually provides, prepares, serves and consumes the food such as a "covered-dish supper" limited to a congregation, club or fraternal organization.
When: Saturday, May 7, 2016
Class: 9:00am-12:00pm Where: Midway State Park, Sunset Room (Lakeside downstairs from big white old roller rink)
4859 Rt. 430
(Maple Springs)Bemus Point, New York _____________________________________________________
When: Monday, May 16, 2016
Where: JCC South ARSC Building, Room 110
Jamestown, New York
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Please call 753-4693 to register. _____________________________________________________
Trainings will be held once per year in the following areas: Jamestown at JCC Mayville at County Emergency Services Dunkirk at JCC North
Pre-registration & non-refundable payment is required
$40.00 first person
$30.00 each additional person
$25.00 first person (includes book to share)
$15.00 each additional person
The Certified Food Handler Training Program is a three hour course designed to teach participants the basic principles of safe food handling. The program includes the following topics:
Causes and prevention of food-borne illness
Proper methods of thawing, cooking, hot-holding, cooling and reheating
Rules and regulations, including Sub-part 14-1 of the State Sanitary Code (Food Service Establishments)
Why Receive Food Safety Training?
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) the majority of food-borne illnesses in the United States are attributed to public eating establishments. This proactive training material will:
Safeguard the health of your customers and employees.
Protect the public image and reputation of your establishment.
Reduce the risk of lawsuits and high insurance premiums at your establishment.
Allow you the confidence of knowing your employees consistently prepare and serve food in a safe and sanitary manner.
Improve your establishment
This three hour training is required of Food Service Establishments in Chautauqua County as authorized in Sub-part 14-1, Section 14-1.73 of the New York State Sanitary Code:
All food service establishments permitted by the Public Health Director shall be required to have at least one individual in a position of management or control involved in the routine operation of the establishment complete a food handler training course approved by the Public Health Director.
Certifications will remain valid for 5 years, at which time you will need to renew your certification. This training is also open to anyone who would like to receive a safe food handling certification in an effort to become employed in the food service industry.
If you have an employee on staff who is certified through another accredited curriculum that meets or exceeds the Chautauqua County Department of Health training course (as determined by the Public Health Director) you must provide proof to our office.