A Texas Food Handler Card must be obtained from a training company with an ANSI Accredited Food Handler Program. Our, ANSI Accredited, Texas Food Handler Card IS approved throughout the entire State of Texas. A Food Handler is defined by law as a person who performs any duties that involve the preparation, storage or service of food in a food facility. Training Deadline: All employees who work with un-packaged food, food equipment, utensils or food-contact surfaces must be Food Handler Certified by September 1, 2016. For the full breakdown of Texas Food Law Click Here
Your Manager will accept this certificate
Official APPROVED, ANSI accredited online Food Handlers training and certification for ALL of Texas.
With unlimited free resits you will be guaranteed to pass our training
Valid for 2 years
Your qualification will be valid for 2 years upon completion.
This course is 100% online and once completed you can print your certificate out at home, or email to your manager.
The course is split into 9 chapters and explains in detail everything you need to know to make sure you and your customers are safe.
- Chapter 1 – Introduction to Food Safety & The Law
- Chapter 2 – Food Safety Hazards Ð Pathogenic Bacteria
- Chapter 3 – Allergens
- Chapter 4 – Time & Temperature Controls
- Chapter 5 – Principles of Safe Food Storage
- Chapter 6 – Food Pests
- Chapter 7 – Cleaning
- Chapter 8 – Front of House
- Chapter 9 – Personal Hygiene
Will my Manager or a Health Official accept this certificate?
The short answer is YES!
Your Manager or a Health Official need to be confident that you have received the relevant training, it matches current laws, and more importantly you understand the reasons behind food safety and that you are applying food safety practices and methods to your work/role.
Taking an ANSI accredited course means you have met very high standards. You can demonstrate a strong understanding of food safety and by passing the final exam, prove your knowledge.
The most important point is that you receive training, understand it and implement it.