Virginia Food Protection Manager Certification

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Food safety is nothing new in this country, but food Safety regulations are constantly evolving. As far back as the early 1900’s when Upton Sinclair was writing about the conditions of the Chicago meat-packing industry that prompted President Roosevelt to enact the first of many food safety regulations through the Clinton administration’s legislation in the aftermath of the infamous Jack-in-the-Box e-coli outbreak, to President Obama’s Food Safety Modernization Act, food safety is something many take for granted but is essential.

Here in the Old Dominion State it’s no exception and it is not only important but it’s mandatory that your foodservice operation be run safely. Food and Alcohol Safety Classes (FNASafety.com) is Virginia’s leader in food safety training and certification.

Sign-up for Virginia Food Protection Manager Certification

Food and Alcohol Safety Classes (FNASafety.com) were developed by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, the ServSafe® course and exam are recognized and accepted for food safety licensing/registration by more federal, state, and local jurisdictions in the United States than any other food safety program.  The ServSafe® food safety program provides high-quality food safety education and training materials for the restaurant and foodservice industry.

Over 2 million professionals have been certified through the ServSafe® course.  There are many food safety courses that you can take, but this is the one you must take and Food and Alcohol Safety Classes (FNASafety.com) is the leader. You cannot afford to pass up this opportunity to become professionally certified.

Food and Alcohol Safety Classes (FNASafety.com) emphasizes the importance of preventing foodborne illness and ultimately an outbreak in the food service industry. In this course, we will focus specifically on the flow of food and proper food-handling techniques. Key topics to be covered include….

  • HACCP (Hazardous Analysis Critical Control Point)
  • Reputable suppliers
  • Proper cleaning and sanitizing
  • Importance of personal hygiene for food handlers
  • Cross-contamination prevention
  • Time/temperature control for food safety
  • Foodborne illness
  • Allergens

Don’t procrastinate; Food and Alcohol Safety Classes (FNASafety.com) fill up quickly.

Click here to see out class schedule, need to speak to a human, no problem, call (888)-510-0404 and one of our professional and cheerful customer service reps will assist you.

FNA Safety’s Virginia Food Protection Manager Certification

program briefly explains in this short video the proper way to wash your

hands when handling food.