Food Safety Training

Food Safety Training Legislation

Food safety legislation requires food handlers to have adequate food safety training: “Food handlers must receive appropriate supervision, and be instructed and/or trained in food hygiene, to enable them to handle food safely, and those responsible for developing and maintaining the business’s food safety procedures, based on HACCP principles, must have received adequate training” – http://www.food.gov.uk/foodindustry/regulation/hygleg/hygleginfo/foodhygknow/ . There is not a legal requirement to have a formal certificate but it is a very useful way to demonstrate that your staff have received an adequate level of food safety training. Please click the link for guidance on recommended levels of food safety training: Industry Guide to Good Hygiene Practice

We provide accredited food safety training from levels 1 to 4, a non accredited half day food safety awareness course, and are happy to tailor any of these qualifications to include your businesses policies. Please use the booking enquiry form for a specific course query, or you can contact us using the contact form.