Certified Online Training designed to the FSAI (Food Safety Authority of Irelands)

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Certified Online Training designed to the FSAI (Food Safety Authority of Irelands) training framework

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) state that it is a legal requirement that all staff involved in a food environment are trained and the responsibility for training of staff lies with the proprietor of the food business.  Training certificates should be kept on file and available for inspection by your Environmental Health Officer (EHO), Department of Agriculture or The Sea Fisheries Protection Association (SFPA)

Level 1 Training provides learners with the food safety training to qualify them to work with food and must be completed by all staff every 2 years. This includes all service staff, kitchen porters, and food handlers. Chefs that have previously received Level 2 or Level 3 training must supplement their training every 2 years with Level 1 Food Safety Training.

Level 1 Food Safety Training is a 2 hour course, designed to equip learners with the skills and knowledge to safely work with food. This short covers the basics in food safety, and includes such topics as personal hygiene, temperature control, cleaning, pest control, HACCP and cross contamination, closure orders, food poisoning and food poisoning bacteria.

A licensed trainer from Mary Daly & Associates can deliver this course in-house, to groups of up to 15 staff or alternatively your staff can avail of our new on-line training course, which means that learners can receive training at a time/place that is convenient for them.

Our online training course was developed to Level 1 on the Food Safety Authority of Irelands (FSAI) training framework and has been developed following 25 years of face-to-face training experience.

You can find our on-line training course by clicking here!!

http://marydaly.ie/onlinetraining/

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