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How to Get Your Lewis County, Kentucky Food Handlers Card Training.

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Lewis County, Kentucky Food Handlers Card

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$10.00
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$5.00
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$15.00

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How to Get Your Lewis County, Kentucky Food Handlers Card Training.

1

Train

  • 100% Online
  • Lewis County Approved 
2

Test

  • 2 Test Attempts 
  • 70% to Pass 
3

Print Certificate

  • Print from Home 
  • Valid for 2 Years 
  • Training Access for 1 Year

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About Course

Format: Online
Compatible Devices: Computer, tablet, and smartphone (Android, iOS)
Teaching Methods: Interactive activities, audio, video, full-text, etc.
Available Languages: English, Español, 普通话, 한국어, Việt, American Sign Language, Tagalog, Serbo-Croatian
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Length: 75 Minutes (Start and stop as needed)

Approval 
This Lewis County, KY food handlers permit training is approved for use in Lewis County, Kentucky by the Lewis County Health Department.

Purpose 
The purpose of the Lewis County, KY food handlers permit training program is to prepare food handlers to enter the workforce by providing the required food safety information as specified by regulations of the workers’ state or local government. 

Learning Objectives (Effective date April 29, 2020)
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Recognize how food can cause illness or allergic reactions.
  • Prevent contamination of food and food-contact surfaces with the hands and body.
  • Identify which symptoms or illnesses must be reported to a manager.
  • Use time and temperature control throughout the flow of food.
  • Maintain a clean environment for food preparation and service.

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Lewis County, Kentucky Food Handlers Card FAQs

Do I need a Lewis County food handlers permit?

If you are a food handler in Lewis County, KY you are required to complete a food safety course that is approved for use in Lewis County, Kentucky. Completing an approved food safety course will award you with a Lewis County, KY Food Handlers Certificate. A food handler is someone who handles, prepares, serves, sells, or gives away food for human consumption.

Is this food handler training and test approved for my area?

This program that includes a training and test is approved for use in Lewis County, KY.

When do I need to get my Lewis County, KY Food Handlers Permit?

Within 30 days of starting work.

What do I get when I finish this course?

Lewis County, KY Food Handler Certificate

How do I renew my Lewis County Food Handlers Card?

If your permit has expired, you will need to purchase and retake the Lewis County, KY Food Handlers Card training and test. If you need to reprint your current certificate, log in and go to the My Certificates section on your Dashboard. From there, you can click View and print your certificate.

How long can I access the course?

When you purchase a StateFoodSafety course, you automatically get one year of unlimited access to the training videos. Take your time through the course or come back after completion to brush up on your food safety knowledge!

Certificate Reprint

In most areas, you can reprint your required Food Handler Certificate by logging in to your account.

  1. Login.
  2. Find the Certificates window on your dashboard.
  3. Locate the digital version of your certificate and click View Certificate.
  4. Select Print or Email.

Login To Reprint

View Certificate

Note: In some areas, you get your official Food Handler Certificate from the local health department. If you have lost the card you received from your state, county, or local health department, you will need to call that health department to obtain a new card, permit, or certificate.

Example certificate

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