Person In Charge Food Safety Handling Classes
The Washington Food Rule state that at least one designated Person In Charge (PIC) MUST be present during all hours when food is being prepared for sale and/or served to the public. The PIC must: Know when to exclude ill food workers from working with food. Ensure all food workers follow the food safety regulations Demonstrate knowledge of food-borne disease prevention, application of HACCP principles, required procedures of the Washington State Food Code, along with the top 8 food allergens and your facilities policies around food allergies. PIC Training DOES NOT replace Certification as a Food Protection Manager PIC training DOS NOT replace Washington Food & Beverage Worker's Permit. What is PIC Training? PIC training is a 4-hour workshop to help shift leaders, managers, supervisors, and owners address the major revisions and addition to the Washington Food Rules. Training Topics include: Foodborne illnesses Employee health Temperature Control Cross Contamination Bare Hand Contact & hand washing Equipment and food safety Cleaning and Sanitizing PIC responsibilities Basic Concepts of HACCP Participants will receive: A certificate that qualifies the participants for a 5-year food handler's card upon renewal. When registering please add attendant's name so certificates can be printed. A PIC manual Code Clarifications for: Demonstration of Knowledge Fingernails and Jewelry Hair Restraints Consumer Advisory Updated code revisions Top 8 Allergens list Where is PIC Training: Classes are held at: WSU Clark County Extension Heritage Farm 1919 NE 78th Street Vancouver WA 98665 No Refunds.
Cost: 25 - 25 USD
1919 Northeast 78th Street
Vancouver, WA 98665