Harris County Food Manager $75.00

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This food manager program teaches beginning food managers the food safety laws and regulations for the county and state where they work. People who are returning to the food industry after a lapse in service will also benefit by this in-depth review of food management responsibilities. This course prepares you to take the virtually-proctored Texas Food Manager Exam with confidence.

This Food Protection Manager Exam has been developed to meet the American National Standards Institute - Conference for Food Protection (ANSI-CFP) requirements by training experts with the guidance of health department food safety officials and food management professionals. It is periodically updated to stay current with food codes and to improve quality; learn about changes here.

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course overview

This course consists of 9 lessons and a final exam. The lessons are:

Lesson 1

Food Management Responsibilities

Lesson 2

Employee Hygiene

Lesson 3

Foodborne Illness

Lesson 4

Cross Contamination

Lesson 5

Food Controls

Lesson 6

Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points

Lesson 7

Food Equipment & Physical Facilities

Lesson 8

Inspections, Licenses & Enforcement

Lesson 9

Pest Control & Chemicals

Texas Food manager Details

Does the state of Texas require a food Manager certificate?

The manager certification requirement was authorized by §437.0076 of the Texas Health and Safety Code, Texas Food Establishment Rules 228.33, and 25 TAC §229.177(b).

Food employees, according to the TXDSHS, are those who deal with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces. This can include fast-food joints, coffee shops, food trucks, bakeries, as well as brick-and-mortar restaurants and bars.

Give your employer a copy of your card once you've received it so they can keep it on hand. According to state law, your employer must keep a paper copy or electronic copy of your certificate of completion on the premises at all times.

Where can i find more information about food manager certification in Texas?

Secretary of State of Texas: The Texas Administrative Code, as well as other published versions of rules and regulations, can be found online.

Food safety, permits, and licensing are all controlled by the Texas Department of State Health Services, which focuses on public health.

Feel free to visit the Texas Department of State Health Services website or visit the Department's food safety FAQ for more information on the Food Handler Education or Training Program.

how long does a texas food handlers certificate last?

The validity of your food handler's certificate is three years. Your certificate will expire after three years, at which point, you will have to take the course over. Even if you change jobs, your certificate will be valid statewide because this is an ANSI-accredited program, even if you start working for a food service company in a different city or county.

what jobs can i get in texas with a food handlers certification?

As previously stated, you can work in a variety of establishments with your food handlers certificate. And there are multiple positions within each establishment. Texas' food and beverage business is one of the largest in the nation and is rapidly expanding.

According to the Texas restaurant Association, 1,344200 restaurant and food service jobs were available in 2019, accounting for 10% of total employment. More importantly, by 2029, that number is expected to increase by 15.2%.


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