New Brunswick Online Food Safety Training

The Food Premise Regulation of New Brunswick explains all the specific requirements for a food establishment to ensure prevention of health hazards. It outlines the minimum requirements pertaining to maintenance, temperature control, proper sanitization, pest control, food handler hygiene and the numerous daily tasks in which food handlers are involved.

The Regulations in New Brunswick also put a strong emphasis on the requirement for mandatory certification of food handlers and is used by Public Health Inspectors during inspection.


Who Should Take This Food Handler Certificate Course In New Brunswick?

In New Brunswick, there must be at least one employee per shift who has a valid Food Handler Certificate.

Probe It's Food Handler Certificate is valid across Canada for 5 years and satisfies the food hander certification requirement in New Brunswick.


Our Course In New Brunswick

Lengthy PowerPoint slides and static videos are not only dull and very boring, but are also ineffective. This is why we release courses using the latest learning technology. Our new way to learn is interactive, easy, and fun. Probe It’s accurate food safety course demos show you just how user-friendly, engaging and entertaining our courses are – so the food safety course will be valid and worth your time.


New Brunswick Food safety Inspections

Provincial, municipal and even regional health authorities all have responsibilities in monitoring food safety across New Brunswick. Expect Inspectors to visit your business before its grand opening and every four to six months during operating months.

Inspectors will ask to see all New Brunswick Food Handler Certificates and the business' Food Safety Plan.

They also have the authority to:

Enter your business at any time without previous notice

Examine any area or equipment in your business

Collect samples of food or food contaminants

Issue warning notices and fines

Close your business immediately


What do the New Brunswick Regulations say about the Food Handlers Certificate?

There must be at least one person on-site who has a valid food handler certificate.

If the food premise is classified as a Class 4 food premise, then a manager or supervisor must have their food handler certificate.

What Should I Do?

EXPERT ADVICE: It is crucial to your business that you get yourself and your entire staff certified without delay. This is the recommendation by public health inspectors and the health department. Completing a Food Handler Training Certification course guarantees that you or your business is never the cause of food-borne illnesses.

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Severe consequences can happen if required food safety certification is ignored by you and your staff.

What Happens If I Don’t Get The Food Handlers Certificate?

Twice as likely to fail health inspections

50% more likely to have food-borne illnesses

Food Establishment license suspended or revoked

Seizure and destruction of inventory

Business closure orders

Financial penalties (up to thousands of dollars)

Charges and legal prosecution

Bad publicity

Our Food Handler Certificate will be valid for 5 years in New Brunswick and across Canada.



We have certified Canadian Public Health Inspectors oversee the development of our food handlers certificate training courses. They ensure our course material and training are up to date, compliant, and always accepted and recognized by all employers in New Brunswick and across Canada.

Our course is 100% online and we have no hidden fees. We guarantee that our food safety course certificate is valid for five years throughout New Brunswick and Canada.