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WHAT ARE THE LOUISIANA FOOD SAFETY REGULATIONS? 

Under LAC 51: XXIII.305, each food establishment needs a "food safety certificate" issued to the owner or a designated employee by the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH). 

To earn the department food safety certificate, you need to complete an 8-hour food management course through an approved, Food Safety Certification Provider List, provider like M&M Biz Solutions

 

After the course, you have to pass an LDH-approved written and proctored test like our Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) exams offfered. Once you pass, you will use the offical certificate as proof.  This is not the certificate that is required by LA law. 

 

Instead, you should submit a completed application to the LDH with a copy of your exam certificate and  pay a fee. The department will issue the required food safety certificate, which is easily recognizable by its gold seal.  

Once received, the state food safety certificate needs to be displayed in a location that's "conspicuous to the public." 

 

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)

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