Food Allergen Compliance (SFS Certification) – $8 USD (avg. $10)

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Costs
We have partnered with State Food Safety to offer the Food Allergen Safety certification course. There is an additional charge of $8 USD (avg. $10) for this course. Payment via credit card must be made online at the time of registration.

Purpose
The purpose of the Illinois Food Allergen Safety Training program is to prepare food workers to control food allergens in the workplace.

Learning Objectives
By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the eight major food allergens that cause 90% of food allergen-related hospitalizations in the United States.
  • Identify food allergen cross-contact risks and identify methods for preventing cross-contact in the workplace through cleaning and sanitizing, good personal hygiene, and controlling the flow of food.
  • Determine how to communicate information regarding food allergen ingredients and allergen-related special orders to the manager, other employees, and the customer.
  • Identify the most common symptoms of allergic reactions to food and how to respond if one occurs in the workplace.

Course Duration: Varies by State

Food Allergen Compliance (SFS Certification) – $8 USD (avg. $10)

A table full of fruits, nuts, eggs, chocolate, milk and shrimp on it.

Costs
We have partnered with State Food Safety to offer the Food Allergen Safety certification course. There is an additional charge of $8 USD (avg. $10) for this course. Payment via credit card must be made online at the time of registration.

Purpose
The purpose of the Illinois Food Allergen Safety Training program is to prepare food workers to control food allergens in the workplace.

Learning Objectives
By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the eight major food allergens that cause 90% of food allergen-related hospitalizations in the United States.
  • Identify food allergen cross-contact risks and identify methods for preventing cross-contact in the workplace through cleaning and sanitizing, good personal hygiene, and controlling the flow of food.
  • Determine how to communicate information regarding food allergen ingredients and allergen-related special orders to the manager, other employees, and the customer.
  • Identify the most common symptoms of allergic reactions to food and how to respond if one occurs in the workplace.

Course Duration: Varies by State