8-Hour ServSafe Manager Training - Saginaw County Oct. 2019
October 21, 2019 9:00AM - 5:00PM 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Ascension St. Mary's Education Center, 800 S. Washington Ave., Saginaw, MI 48601
Contact: Lisa Treiber
Oct. 21, 2019
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Ascension St. Mary's Education Center
800 S. Washington Ave. Saginaw, MI 48601
Earn ServSafe® certification with help from MSU Extension.
MSU Extension offers 8-hour ServSafe® training, which is a national certification program. This class is designed for anyone working in the food service industry, including non-profit organizations.
Participants must receive a 75% score on the exam to earn a certificate.
The cost of the 8-hour course is $75 per person and does not include the cost of the ServSafe Manager 7th edition book.
Textbook Requirement - Must Purchase Separately
You must have a ServSafe Manager 7th edition book that contains an answer sheet to take the class and the exam. Please order your book and read before attending class. After registering for this class you will receive a confirmation message that includes the instructions on how to purchase a ServSafe 7th edition book and includes an answer sheet.
Or you may purchase a ServSafe Manager 7th edition book from the Saginaw County MSU Extension office (One Tuscola St, Saginaw, MI 48706 located in the Saginaw Community Foundation Building - behind the Temple Theatre on Washington Ave.) for $72. Call prior to visiting to ensure there is someone there to help you 989-758-2500.
Classes are taught by MSU Extension educators, who are certified instructors and exam proctors through the National Restaurant Association.
- Providing safe food
- Forms of contamination
- The safe food handler
- The flow of food
- Food safety management systems
- Safe facilities, cleaning and sanitizing
Related Topic Areas
Gratiot County, Midland County, Bay County, Saginaw County, Shiawassee County, Genesee County, Food Safety Regulations and Courses, Produce Safety Rule Training & Certification, ServSafe, Food Safety Training for Food Service Workers, Safe Food & Water