For $149 Enrol into our user friendly NSW Food Safety Supervisor course!
Which businesses need a Food Safety Supervisor?
Under Standard 3.2.2A of the Food Standards Code, the FSS requirement applies to all businesses that handle food that is potentially hazardous (requires temperature control), is ready to eat, and is not sold or served in its original packaging. These businesses include:
• takeaway outlets
• pubs, clubs and hotels
• mobile food vendors and temporary market stalls.
What is a Food Safety Supervisor?
A Food Safety Supervisor is a person who:
• is formally trained to recognise and prevent risks associated with food handling in food businesses
• holds a current NSW Food Authority FSS certificate (no more than 5 years old) as per the NSW Food Act Section 106B(1a)
• is not an FSS for any other food premises or mobile catering business
• trains and supervises other people in the business about safe food handling practices, and
• has the authority and ability to manage and give direction on the safe handling of food.
For more information visit: https://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/retail/fss-food-safety-supervisors
Two hospitality units:
The units of competency must incorporate mandatory key focus areas as determined by the NSW Food Authority.
The key focus areas were developed in response to common high risk food safety issues in the retail and hospitality sectors and include:
With this online course you can start immediately, however access to a commercial kitchen is required. This course will cover the requirements for you to become a nationally recognised Food Safety Supervisor.
Blended Delivery with your workplace - E-learning resources and you need access to a commercial kitchen for the practical components.