Basic Food Safety for Handlers

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Are you ready for the upcoming changes in food safety requirements for Food Handlers? Time is running out!

In accordance with the latest updates to the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code, all new food safety regulations must be implemented by December 8, 2023.

These crucial changes directly affect Food Handlers in establishments such as restaurants, caf├ęs, pubs, and hotels. As of Friday, December 8, 2023, it becomes your business's responsibility to ensure that all Food Handlers are not only trained but also possess essential skills and knowledge in food safety and hygiene.

Important Notice: Food Handler training is not the same as Food Safety Supervisor training.

Who is a Food Handler?
In simple terms, it's anyone in your food business who handles food or surfaces likely to come into contact with food, including cutlery and plates. Food Handlers may engage in food preparation, production, cooking, display, packing, storage, or service.

Fulfil Your Obligations
To meet these new regulations, businesses must ensure their Food Handlers receive training that covers these vital areas:

  • Safe handling of food
  • Understanding of food contamination
  • Cleaning and sanitising of food premises and equipment
  • Personal hygiene

How Can Allara Global Assist You?

Allara Global is your trusted partner in ensuring your team is prepared to meet these requirements head-on.

Our new Basic Food Safety for Handlers online course is designed to:

  • Meet training requirements: Ensure your Food Handlers have the necessary skills and knowledge.
  • Streamline compliance tracking: Simplify the process of monitoring and verifying training completions.
  • Ensure rapid implementation: Get your team up to speed promptly with our user-friendly online learning platform.

This course will guide you through the essentials of food safety, helping you grasp the significance of preventing contamination, identifying hazards, and maintaining hygiene.

By the end of this course, you'll have a better understanding of:

  • Key food safety definitions and regulatory roles.
  • Various food hygiene hazards and those most at risk.
  • Fundamental principles of food safety, including cross-contamination and temperature danger zones.
  • Best practices for personal hygiene, handwashing, and cleaning and sanitising. 

Don't Wait Until the Last Minute! Act Now!
The deadline is swiftly approaching, and we're here to help you every step of the way. Schedule a demo today!

Applicable legislation

Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code

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  • Certificate
    Certificate of completion
  • Duration
    15-20 mins
  • Format
    SCORM
  • Provider

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