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ServSafe Manager - Noble County

ServSafe educates food service workers about food safety.

ServSafe Food Protection Manager is their highest certification.  It satisfies Indiana requirements to become a Certified Food Protection manager and focuses on five aspects:

  • Foodborne microorganisms and allergens
  • Personal hygiene
  • Purchasing, receiving, and storage
  • Preparing, cooking, and serving
  • Facilities, cleaning/sanitation, and managing pests

The full 1-day training includes a manual and proctored exam. You must score 70 percent or greater to earn the certificate. The certification is valid for five years. . A photo ID with signature is required to take the exam (driver license, state ID, student ID, military ID, employee ID, U.S. green card, or valid passport).

ServSafe Food Protection Manager training will be on October 27th from 9 AM - 4PM; the ServSafe Food Protection Manager examination will be held on October 31st starting promptly at 9 AM. 

To register, go to:  by October 19,2023

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