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Who Needs to Be Certified in Alberta?
All restaurants, as well as food-related businesses and organizations are required to comply with Alberta’s provincial laws, federal laws, and local municipal legislation on food safety. A food safety course in Alberta allows you to acquire province-wide food handler certification. You will have a higher chance of being hired, and food-related businesses will remain in compliance with section 31 of Alberta’s Food Regulation.
- A minimum of one individual must be a certified food handler if there are five or fewer food handlers, including waitstaff, working on-site. However, the certified individual does not need to be present.
- A minimum of one individual must be a certified food handler if there are six or more food handlers, including waitstaff, working on-site. The certified individual must be at the management level or have a supervisory capacity in addition to being present.
Ensure your employees are up-to-date on food handling practices by having them renew their certification every five years.
Food safety is essential, particularly when things heat up. Are you new to food handling or do you already know your way around a kitchen? No matter what level you need, we have various food safety in-class training sessions to prepare you for anything. Our courses are taught by a certified public health inspector at a location near you.
Sign up today for an Alberta food safety course that’s right for you!