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Indiana Food Manager CFPM Courses and Certification
WHAT ARE THE INDIANA FOOD SAFETY REGULATIONS?
Under 410 IAC 7-22, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) requires one person per food establishment to have what they call "food handler certification." That individual is responsible (but not present) during all operating hours.
In other states, "food handler" means your typical kitchen or food service employee, and the training certificate involves learning how to follow food safety protocols. Instead, an Indiana Food Handler license has the same requirements as what other states call a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM).
Specifically, you meet the Indiana Food Handler requirement by passing a proctored Food Manager Certification exam through an ANSI-accredited program like Always Food Safe or National Registry of Food Safety Professionals which we offer.
We always recommend checking with your local health department for any additional certification and training requirements.
Take your CFPM, Certified Food Protection Manager and OSHA certification classes from the comfort of your home or office with Chef Marshie.
National Registry of Food Safety Professionals NRFSP for short is ANSI approved and is the international certification and you go into the testing location to be proctored for the exam. Always Food Safe, ANSI approved certification, allows you to test and be proctored remotely when meeting all the system requirements.
Start studying for your food manager certification CFM today at your pace 24/7.
Yes, you can start and stop and do class from your phone even.
Really, OSHA Training is Required? Yep!
OSHA compliance for hotel and restaurant industry employees of every kind (including but not limited to, front desk clerks, housekeeping, cooks, wait-staff, bussers, hosts, bartenders, and chefs) – whether they work part-time, full-time, or any time – it is federal law. (Sec.5. Duties of OSH ACT: Occupational Safety & Health Act)