Partners with Cass County Health Department
StateFoodSafety.com is pleased to provide online food handler training for Cass County, Missouri. The Cass County Food Handler Course is required for Cass County food workers and has been approved by the Cass County Health Department.
Upon successful completion of the course and test, print your Certificate of Completion and present it at the Cass County Health Department to obtain your official Cass County Food Handler Certificate. You will not be required to pay any additional fees.
Cass County Health Department:
300 S. Main Street
Harrisonville, MO 64701
Phone: (816) 380-8425
To obtain your official card please go to the Cass County Health Department on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 8:00am-12:00pm & 1:00pm-4:30pm
Fully Audio/Visual Learning Experience
The StateFoodSafety.com course content is presented using mixed media including on-screen text, video, illustrations, interactivity, and question-and-answer. The entire course is presented in full audio; however, learners may choose to read the narration in partnership with the audio, or read only and mute the narration. The course and test is available in full audio in all languages, with the option of text-only learning, to facilitate the needs of those with hearing loss, vision loss, limited literacy, and learning disabilities. StateFoodSafety.com also provides a printable version of the training with the purchase of each Online Food Service Worker Course for those students who prefer a hard-copy learning experience.
The Online Cass County Health Department Food Handler Training Course Learning Objectives
- Encourages a personal commitment to safe food handling behaviors
- Drives home the connection between food worker behavior and foodborne illness
- Increases commitment to maintaining good personal hygiene
- Teaches essential behaviors to prevent cross-contamination
- Provides understanding of time and temperature controls to promote workplace vigilance
- Encourages personal commitment to a proper response when experiencing exclusion illness symptoms
- Motivates food workers to use proper cleaning and sanitizing procedures
- Helps food workers value their role in the food safety culture
Whether you cook for the general public or your family or yourself, the information contained in this course is beneficial for everyone who prepares food.