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West Virginia Food Manager Certification and Class
WHAT ARE THE WEST VIRGINIA FOOD SAFETY REGULATIONS?
West Virginia follows the FDA’s guidance, which states that a “person-in-charge” must demonstrate their knowledge of food safety to regulatory authorities. The person-in-charge can do this by passing a test on foodborne disease prevention, application of HACCP principles, and the Food Code. Additionally, the test must be part of an accredited program. This ensures they’ve met the requirements to become a Certified Food Protection Manager.
West Virginia also gives local health departments the responsibility of managing permits and inspections. So in addition to following the state guidelines for persons-in-charge, you should also check with your local authority for any other requirements.
HOW TO GET FOOD CERTIFIED IN WEST VIRGINIA?
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)