Safeplates 2020 Certification Training Program

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Cooperative Extension offers Safe Plates for Food Managers for all those who work in the foodservice industry. The course helps food establishments meet the North Carolina requirement of having at least one supervisor certified as a food protection manager, per the FDA Food Code 2017.

What is NC Safe Plates? NC Safe Plates is a food safety certification course developed by NC State University. Certification is based on passing an ANSI-approved exam from the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals. Passing this exam satisfies the North Carolina requirement for a certified food protection manager.

Who should attend? This is a comprehensive program for food service managers and supervisory staff in restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and other food-handling establishments.

NC Safe Plates food safety training program will be conducted March 2-4, 2020, at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Franklin County Center, 103 S. Bickett Blvd., in Louisburg. Certification is based on passing an ANSI approved exam from the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals.

Training will take place Monday and Tuesday, and the exam will be Wednesday morning. For more information, contact Dominque Simon, dominque_simon@ncsu.edu or 919-496-3344.

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