Food Safety – Who’s really responsible?

2019-05-28T15:22:29+00:00

The Public Health Agency of Canada estimates approximately 1/8 (4 million) of Canadians acquire food-borne illnesses each year. Food-borne illnesses cost Canadians approximately $12-$14 billion each year. Food safety is required by law and is the responsibility of everyone in the establishment – the owner and the employees. As food handlers, it is your responsibility to know the law and to follow them. Having proper training and becoming a certified food handler can help your establishment in delivering and providing the best customer satisfaction in the food industry. Register now for the Probe It Food Handler Certification course to: Increase your knowledge in food safety laws Increase your awareness of food-borne illnesses Increase your knowledge of proper food handling Increase your knowledge of proper cleaning and sanitizing requirements Teach you how to protect yourself, your family, your customers and your job.