Food Safety training provides you with an extensive understanding of the role a Food Safety Supervisor must play within the workplace. It also provides required skills and knowledge to manage a food safety program from identifying hazards to corrective actions, critical control points to operational policies and procedures.

Many parts of Australia have legal requirements that food businesses have a food safety supervisor to oversee and enforce the food safety processes in the business. Failure to do this may involve stiff penalties such as fines or closure. Check with your local council for your local requirements. This course meets these requirements nationally.

Whether you are legally required to or not, having a qualified food safety supervisor in your team can only benefit your business. The training will give team members a great understanding of food safety standards and how to maintain them and how to avoid food safety breaches which can seriously affect your customers and your reputation.


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Who should do this course?

This course has been designed to meet the needs of everyone who needs this qualification, whether you are a seasoned food worker or a new franchisee.

It accommodates all learning styles with lessons presented visually and verbally, not just text. It suits learners with little or no food safety knowledge, through to those who are very experienced and just need the certification.

What does it cover?

Unlike other unaccredited programs, this course covers the unit SIRRFSA001 Handle food safely in a retail environment, which meets the requirements for a Food Safety Supervisor nationally.

How much does it cost?

All states except NSW

  • Non-members $99
  • NRA members $49

NSW (includes NSW food safety supervisor certificate)

  • Non-members $129
  • NRA members $79

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For more information contact Suzi Glover, Workplace Trainer.