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Michigan State University Extension offers ServSafe, a national certification program for those working in food service, specifically managers and other leaders.

ServSafe teaches about foodborne illness, how to prevent it and how to train employees about the latest food safety issues. The ServSafe Manager course uses proven techniques, provides new Food & Drug Administration food code rules and content related to the food industry.

Topics include: providing safe food, forms of contamination, the safe food handler, the flow of food, food safety management systems, safe facilities & pest management, cleaning & sanitizing.     

This course provides participants education to successfully pass the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification exam.

©2012 National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF). All rights reserved. ServSafe is a registered trademark of the NRAEF, used under license by National Restaurant Solutions, LLC. The logo appearing next to ServSafe is a trademark of the National Restaurant Association.

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  • Nov 26

    8-Hour ServSafe Manager Training – Jackson County

    November 26, 2019 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Jackson County Extension Office MSU Extension Office - Jackson County 1715 Lansing Ave. Jackson, MI 49202

    Michigan State University Extension offers ServSafe, a national certification program for those working in food service.

  • Dec 2

    8-Hour ServSafe Manager Training – Dickinson County - Dec 2nd

    December 2, 2019 9:00AM - 5:30PM 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Forward Financial Credit Union Community Room W8159 S. US2 Iron Mountain, MI 49801

    Michigan State University Extension offers ServSafe, a national certification program for those working in food service.

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