UPDATE AS OF JULY 7, 2020:
We just received confirmation from our building management that our scheduled ServSafe Training is canceled due to an updated policy released by the city and our building management group. Unfortunately, due to the number of COVID cases, they have decided to leave the training centers closed until further notice.
We still plan to provide the FREE ServSafe Training at a later date and will keep all of those who registered up-to-date on a new planned training date. If you are in need of the ServSafe course immediately, you can access the course online via https://www.servsafe.com/.
Thank you for your understanding and we will keep everyone posted on a new training date.
In these trying times, Show Me Food Safety and ASI both recognize the necessity to adapt. While our focus is on smaller food manufacturers and those involved in the supply chain, we see the need to step up and help out on the frontline. Our mission is to inspire responsible food safety practices and to honor and empower those who are dedicated to making our food supply safer. We wanted to take an opportunity to give back to those who bring us all the comforting feeling of a hot meal that we all miss.
As we begin to transition back to normalcy, we recognize that these restaurants and food service business need to adapt as well. While faced with the challenges that may come, we felt that the least we could do is offer a FREE training opportunity to those on the front line.
Show Me Food Safety’s own Tyler Williams will lead the ServSafe Food Safety Manager training which includes the ServSafe Exam upon completion of the course. This is a huge opportunity for those smaller businesses who may not have the capital for their employee training as we begin to re-open.
I think 2020 has taught everyone that sanitation and safe handling of products is of the upmost importance, so what better way to encourage these practices than to go straight to the source and train those who are there to help us all.
Feel free to pass along our mission and the free training information to anyone you think may need an extra boost jumping back into the food service industry. Seats are limited and will be assigned to the first 35 attendees who register.