controlling

Archived Story

ServSafe Food Safety Course set

Published 12:00am Sunday, August 19, 2012

ASHLAND, Ky. — Ashland Community and Technical College is offering ServSafe Food Safety Training and Certification Testing. This course is to help food service managers and employees protect their customers, employees and business.

The class will be 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14 and 15, at ACTC’s Technology Drive Campus.  The $240 fee includes training, lunch and certification testing.

ServSafe is a national certification program, sponsored by the National Restaurant Association.  It provides training and certification in safe food handling and serving procedures that is recognized throughout the country.

ServSafe is for both managers and food handlers and is recommended by local health departments,

Training topics include basic food safety, personal hygiene, cross-contamination, time and temperature considerations, cleaning and sanitation.

To enroll through ACTC Workforce Solutions, email: JLUCAS0013@kctcs.edu or 606-326-2238.

 

Editor's Picks

Fundraiser set for Coal Grove teen

COAL GROVE — A community-wide effort to win Devyn Pritchard a wheelchair accessible van from a National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association contest fell short earlier ... Read more

Special needs camp teaches bike-riding

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The father didn’t want anyone to see, so he tried to casually brush them away. But the tears that welled in his ... Read more

Antique equipment shows off history

Ohio lies in a unique position within the United States, with part of the state situated in the Mid-West and the southeastern portion of the ... Read more

Unexpected heroes

Passersby help people trapped in burning house   Heroes don’t always wear capes, uniforms or badges. They aren’t always scanning the skies, or roaming alleyways ... Read more