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Through its ServSafe programs, the National Restaurant Association offers training that helps you ensure that your staff can achieve food safety certification and recertification, as well as competencies in alcohol service, allergens, sexual harassment prevention and understanding unconscious bias.
While produced for the restaurant industry, ServSafe courses may be relevant to the foodservice offerings and workplace culture of any hospitality business. Participation in these programs brings an added benefit to your Association, since the National Restaurant Association shares the revenue collected on course fees.
Hospitality Minnesota members receive a 20% discount on registration!
To become certified or recertified, you must pass the ServSafe Manager Certification Exam with a score of 75% or higher. For your ServSafe Certification to be recognized by your state or local health department, you must also meet your local regulatory requirements. Requirements may include completing both food safety training and the ServSafe Certification Exam.