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ServSafe Food Handler Not Accepted In Washington State

In Washington State, the ServSafe Food Handler is not accepted. This means if your employees are certified by ServSafe Food Handler, they will still need to get their food handler’s card from the Washington State Department of Health, here.

COVID-19 Takeout, Delivery and Reopening Training Videos
ServSuccess: Career Development
AHLEI - Supervisory Skill Builders, Hospitality Manager Leadership training series, Certified Hospitality Administrator training review
Protect Your Business From Pandemic-Related Employment Litigation
AHLA SafeStay
De-escalation Training

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Phase-2 Reopening Training

In order to be eligible to reopen as your county moves into Phase-2, certain procedural, training, and safety requirements must be met. One of these is educating workers on coronavirus, its transmission, and the policies necessary to follow to keep themselves, customers, and the public as-a-whole safe.

This training is designed to meet that education requirement and assist both staff and managers in safely navigating this precarious time in the restaurant industry.

All attendees who complete the training will be given a certificate of completion demonstrating they have received training as outlined in the “Phase 2 Restaurant/Tavern Reopening COVID-19 Requirements” document