Our parent company, AboveTraining Inc., was formed in 2005 when Franklin Lewis and Vernon Stout teamed up to create a learning management system especially for continuing education and certifications.
Drawing upon decades of experience in both print and digital publishing, our founders believed in providing “A Better Learning Experience®.”
That’s why we design our learning materials using instructional design best practices — something that was often neglected at the time.
By partnering with regulatory agencies, we combined their subject expertise with our learning expertise to create programs that are both effective and enjoyable.
StateFoodSafety develops and publishes technology-enhanced food safety training and certification programs that provide superior value to regulatory, restaurant, and hospitality communities.
We invite you to measure our effectiveness and enjoy A Better Learning Experience®.
To be the most credible, current, and customer-centric food safety education company in America.
Following Hurricane Katrina, our executives traveled to New Orleans to see what we could do for the hurricane victims. When we realized thousands of new workers needed food safety training to revitalize the restaurant industry, we went to work creating a program to help.
Following our experience in New Orleans, we began seeking partnerships with health departments throughout the United States to administer food handler card programs online — and StateFoodSafety was born.
As a friend to environmental health departments everywhere, we have partnered with more than 150 regulatory agencies to date. We customize our training programs to meet the statutes and regulations in each area, all while presenting the training in a fun and engaging way.
Our attention to meeting the needs of regulatory agencies and their public helped StateFoodSafety receive numerous Request for Proposal (RFP) contracts along the way. We are proud to be providers through the RFP process in locations throughout the United States.
We offer the following training and certification programs to educate foodservice employees about food safety: