StateFoodSafety’s food handlers card training and test uses the latest instructional design techniques to help you remember food safety principles and to prepare you for your job.
The description below applies to our main food handlers card training course,
but due to the variety of requirements across the nation, your course might be
different. Select your location above to get specialized information for your
Computer, tablet, and smartphone (Android, iOS)
Interactive activities, audio, video, full-text, etc.
English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese,
Tagalog, Serbo-Croatian, and ASL (choose your language after purchase)
75 minutes (start and stop as needed)
This training and test is intended for food handlers. If you’re a manager,
click here to get your food manager certification
To get your card, simply watch the training videos and pass the test.
More than 90% of people who take this course pass.
Try the course before you buy it!
Click here to demo the course.
StateFoodSafety’s food handlers card course is approved by hundreds of state
and county health departments and regulatory agencies nationwide. It holds the
ANSI certificate program accreditation (ASTM e2659-2015).
Multiple Languages Available
After purchase, you will have an opportunity to choose your training
language from a list of languages available in your area.
By the end of this course, you will be able to protect food from contamination
and bacterial growth.
All StateFoodSafety courses are professionally designed using proven
instructional design principles. Learn more about our credentials on our
About Us page
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The purpose of the food handlers card training and test is to prepare food handlers to enter the workforce by providing the required food safety information as specified by regulations of the workers’ state, county, or local government.
This training and test will prepare you to become a responsible food handler. A “food handler” is generally understood to be a food worker in a non-managerial role.
By the end of the this course you will be able to:
- Describe how food can make people sick after being contaminated by physical, chemical, or biological hazards.
- Appreciate that the behavior of food handlers directly affects the safety of food.
- Keep hands and body clean to prevent contaminating food and food contact surfaces.
- Use appropriate barriers to prevent bare hand contact with food.
- Identify which symptoms require staying home from work or reporting an illness or symptom to the manager.
- Identify the appropriate time and temperature requirements for keeping food safe during specific stages in the flow of food.
- Describe how to keep the workplace and equipment clean.