This Food Safety for Caterers course is perfect for supervisors, managers and business owners who work around food handling. It is also a great course for anyone else that is responsible for maintaining food safety in a catering environment. Ideally you will have attained your Level 2 in Food Safety before starting this course.
It is vital for anyone preparing or handling food as part of their role to know about food safety. Especially if you are supervising those who do so. The importance of protecting your customers is paramount and your employees need to know how to develop and maintain a HACCP system to prevent contamination and protect your customers as well as improve the quality of your product.
This Food Hygiene Level 3 course covers the role of managers and supervisors in food safety. The course will help to show you have an understanding on how to maintain food safety and set high standards in food businesses. In this course we will look at why food safety is so important and the consequences of not following food safety properly. The types of contamination and the ways to reduce the risks in a food environment is also covered as well as legal requirements for training and what the supervisor’s role is in training. HACCP systems are also explained in detail.
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