Throughout the tri-state our Local Regulatory Group the Health Department requires that all food establishments that serve food to the public be “Food Safety Manager” certified. For many of us this means ServSafe certification. NYC has an entirely different certification requirement all together.
Westchester County calls for all food establishments to have at least 1 individual be certified in each establishment. There is a required course which can last anywhere from 5-14 hours of training. Westchester Food Safety offers several options. Visit us online and check out our course dates: https://www.westchesterfoodsafety.com/food-safety-classes
In Westchester we also offer Private Group Sessions, so we can come to your location and certify your entire staff. Small to large groups are welcome.
The Local Regulatory Group the Health Department in Fairfield Connecticut requires that at least 1 individual every shift be accompanied with a “Food Safety Manager” certificate. In Connecticut there are several testing option, Westchester Food Safety provides service within Connecticut. We provide ServSafe certification, which is one of the most reputable certificates available.
Westchester Food Safety offers open group sessions located 5 minutes from Greenwich CT, in Rye NY. Westchester Food Safety also provides Private Group Sessions, so we can come to your location and certify your entire staff. Small to large groups are welcome.
Take the state qualified Food Manager’s Course from a real teacher and an accredited partner for food safety. Westchester Food Safety has partnered with ServSafe with the goal of helping all our students earn the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification. The certification is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Conference for Food Protection (CFP).
Food Safety Manager Requirement in Fairfield CT and Westchester NY