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State Food Handler Requirements

Last Updated: July 2021
While Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training has been accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) and meets the food handler requisites for most state health departments, the requirements for food safety training can vary by state, city, and even county. This comprehensive guide covers the regulations for food handler certificates in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Review your state’s information below before purchasing your training course and be sure to check with your local authority if you have any concerns.
Please note: Food handler training is not required in all states. Your local county and/or municipal health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority before purchasing.

Alabama

Alabama’s State Board of Health Rules require Category 3 and Category 4 type food establishment permit holders or their designee to have a valid certification from an accredited program or verification of attendance from an accredited program present during all hours of operation.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Alabama’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Alabama, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Alaska

The Alaska Food Code requires employees of food establishments to obtain a Food Worker Card within 30 days after beginning work. Alaska also requires food establishments to employ at least one full-time certified food protection manager (CFPM) who is involved in the daily operations of the establishment.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Alaska’s requirements to obtain a Food Worker Card, which can only be issued after successfully completing an exam conducted by the State of Alaska. Trust20’s Food Handler Training also does not meet the requirements for CFPM certification in Alaska.

Arizona

The Arizona State Food Code requires a person-in-charge be present at a food establishment during all hours of operation and demonstrate certain knowledge. Such knowledge may be demonstrated by being a certified food protection manager (CFPM).

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Arizona’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Arizona, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a person-in-charge with onboarding and training new employees.

Arkansas

The Arkansas Food Code requires retail food establishments to have at least one employee with supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service to be a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) from an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Arkansas’ requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Arkansas, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

California

The California Health and Safety Code (HSC) requires food handlers to obtain a food handler card within 30 days after the date of hire from an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited training provider that meets ASTM International E2659-09 Standard Practice for Certificate Program and meets the additional requirements of Section 113948 of the HSC.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training and Assessment does not meet the requirements for receiving a food handler card in California. Trust20’s Food Handler Training and Assessment also does not meet California’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager certification.

Colorado

Colorado’s Retail Food Establishment Regulations requires retail food establishments to have at least one employee that has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service to be a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Colorado’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Colorado, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Connecticut

Connecticut’s Public Health Code requires food service establishments to have at least one qualified full-time food operator in a supervisory position who is responsible for ensuring training of food preparation personnel.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Connecticut’s requirements to be a Qualified Food Operator (QFO), also known as a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM).

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Connecticut, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a QFO or CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Delaware

The State of Delaware Food Code requires that at least one employee, the person-in-charge at the time of inspection, shall be a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Delaware’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Delaware, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

District of Columbia

District of Columbia’s Food Code Regulations require food establishments to have a designated person in charge that is a certified food protection manager (CFPM) be present at the food establishment during all hours of operation.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet District of Columbia’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in the District of Columbia, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Florida

The Florida Administrative Code requires all food service employees to be trained on proper food handling and hygiene practices every three years. Only division-approved training programs are accepted as meeting the training requirement.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training is not a Florida approved training program and also does not meet Florida’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification.

Georgia

Georgia’s Department of Public Health’s Rules and Regulations require food service establishments to employ a Certified Food Safety Manager (CFSM) to ensure food safety is being managed within the food service establishment during all hours of operation. A CFSM means the owner or manager of a food service establishment who has successfully completed a food safety training program approved by Georgia’s Department of Health and passed a professionally validated CFSM examination that is accredited.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Georgia’s requirements for CFSM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Georgia,  Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFSM with onboarding and training new employees.

Hawaii

Hawaii’s Food Safety Code requires that a person-in-charge who has successfully completed a food safety course provided by or approved by Hawaii’s Department of Health is present at the food establishment during all hours of operation.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Hawaii’s requirements for a person-in-charge at a food establishment.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Hawaii, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a person in charge with onboarding and training new employees.

Idaho

The Idaho Food Code requires food establishments to have at least one employee that has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service to be certified as a food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Idaho’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Idaho, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Illinois

The Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act of Illinois requires all food handlers employed by a restaurant  in the State of Illinois to receive American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited food handler training within 30 days of employment. The law defines a food handler as an individual working with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces. Trust20’s Food Handler Training and Assessment is accredited by ANSI and meets the requirements set forth by the State of Illinois.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Illinois’ requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification.

Indiana

The Indiana Department of Health requires certain food establishments to have a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) on their staff. The Indiana Code clarifies which food establishments need to have a CFPM.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Indiana’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager certification.

Although all food service employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Indiana,Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Iowa

The Iowa Administrative Code requires a food establishment to employ a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service at the food establishment.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Iowa’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Iowa, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Kansas

The Kansas Food Code requires food establishments to have a designated person-in-charge that is a certified food protection manager (CFPM) present during all hours of operation.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Kansas’ requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Kansas, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Kentucky

The Kentucky Food Code requires food service establishments to have a designated person-in-charge that is a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) present at the establishment during all hours of operation.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Kentucky’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Kentucky,Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Louisiana

The Louisiana Administrative Code requires the owner or designated employee of each food establishment to obtain a state issued food safety certificate by completing a training approved by the Louisiana Department of Health.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training is not a Louisiana approved training program for food safety certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Louisiana, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help owners or managers with onboarding and training new employees.

Maine

Maine’s Food Code requires food or eating establishments to have at least one employee that has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service to be a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency and required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Maine’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Maine, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Maryland

The Code of Maryland Regulations does not specifically require training of food facility personnel,  however local health departments in Maryland have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet local requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification.

Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts’ State Sanitary Code requires each food establishment to employ at least one person in charge who is an on-site manager or supervisor and at least 18 years of age and who, by being a certified food protection manager (CFPM), has shown proficiency of required information through passing a certification examination that is part of an accredited program recognized by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Massachusetts’ requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Massachusetts, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Michigan

The State of  Michigan requires certain food establishments to have a food safety manager on staff, who must be certified by a program accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Michigan’s Food Law specifies which food establishments need to have a certified food safety manager.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Michigan’s requirements for a certified food manager.

Although all food establishment employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Michigan, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a certified food manager with onboarding and training new employees.

Minnesota

The Minnesota Administrative Rules require that a food establishment licensee employ a certified food protection manager (CFPM) for each establishment.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Minnesota’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Minnesota, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees. 

Mississippi

The Mississippi State Department of Health requires food establishments to have a person in charge present during all hours of operation that is certified as a food protection manager (CFPM) from an accredited agency. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Mississippi’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Mississippi, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Missouri

The Missouri Food Code requires that an operator of a food establishment have a designated person in charge present during all hours of operation that is a certified food protection manager (CFPM) from an accredited program. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Missouri’s requirements for CFPM certification. 

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler in Missouri, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Montana

The Administrative Rules of Montana require a food establishment to employ a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service at the food establishment.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Montana’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Montana, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Nebraska

The Nebraska Food Code requires food establishments to have a person-in-charge present during all hours of operation that is certified as a food protection manager (CFPM) from an accredited agency.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Nebraska’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Nebraska, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Nevada

The Nevada Administrative Code requires the person in charge of certain food establishments to be a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency in the required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Nevada’s requirements for CFPM certification. 

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Nevada, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

New Hampshire

The New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules requires food establishments to have a person-in-charge present during all hours of operation when food is being prepared that is certified as a food protection manager (CFPM) from an accredited agency. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet New Hampshire’s requirements for CFPM certification. 

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in New Hampshire, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

New Jersey

The New Jersey Administrative Code requires at least one person-in-charge in Risk Type 3 Food Establishments to be a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through obtaining a food safety certificate by passing a food safety certification examination administered by an accredited certifying program recognized by the Conference for Food Protection.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet New Jersey’s requirements for CFPM certification. 

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in New Jersey, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees. 

New Mexico

The New Mexico Food Code requires food employees within 30 days of employment to demonstrate their knowledge of safe food handling practices through passing a test from an ANSI/ASTM E2659-09 accredited food handler training certificate program and possessing a valid food handler card. A “food employee” means an individual working with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet New Mexico’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager certification. 

Trust20’s Food Handler Training and Assessment is accredited by ANSI/ASTM E2659-09 accredited food handler training certificate program and meets the requirements for food handler training in New Mexico. [Please confirm]

New York

New York Codes, Rules and Regulations allow permit-issuing officials to establish and conduct or designate training programs and require that owners and/or operators of food service establishments attend them. Thus, training requirements will be determined at the local health department level in New York. Check with your local authority. For example, the NYC Health code requires that supervisors of food service establishments and non-retail food service establishments be certified in food protection.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet New York local requirements for supervisor or manager food protection certification. 

Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a supervisor or manager with onboarding and training new employees. 

North Carolina

North Carolina’s Food Code requires food establishments to have at least one employee that has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service to be a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency and required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet North Carolina’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in North Carolina, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees. 

North Dakota

Although recommended by the North Dakota Department of Health, food handler training is not required by North Dakota's Food Code.

Although food service employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in North Dakota, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

Ohio

The State of Ohio’s Uniform Food Safety Code requires training for the designated person-in- charge at a food service operation with a goal of educating and training these persons-in-charge on effective food safety practices for preventing foodborne illness. There are two levels of training certifications: person-in-charge and manager.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Ohio’s requirements for person-in-charge or manager certifications. 

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Ohio, Trust20’s Food Handler training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a person-in-charge with onboarding and training new employees. 

Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Administrative Code requires that food establishments have a designated person-in-charge that shall demonstrate to the Department of Health certain knowledge. One of the authorized ways to demonstrate such knowledge is by becoming a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Oklahoma’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Oklahoma, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

Oregon

The Oregon Administrative Rules require that all food handlers obtain a certificate of program completion from the Oregon Health Authority, Local Public Health Authority or a Designated Agent within 30 days after the date of hire. A food handler must maintain a current certificate of program completion as long as they are employed as a food handler. Food handling certification programs must be approved by the Oregon Health Authority Foodborne Illness Prevention Program to be valid in Oregon. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training and Assessment is not authorized as a designated agent-provided food handler certificate program in Oregon. Trust20’s Food HandlerTraining and Assessment is also not an approved food manager training course by the Oregon Health Authority. 

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania’s Food Employee Certification Act requires one employee per licensed food facility to obtain a nationally recognized food manager certification. National exam programs are those that have been approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) using the Conference of Food Protection certified food protection manager standards. The certified employee must be available during all hours of operation and be the person-in-charge when in the facility. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Pennsylvania’s requirements for food manager certification. 

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Pennsylvania, Trust20’s Food Handler training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a certified food manager with onboarding and training new employees.

Rhode Island

The Rhode Island Code of Regulations require food establishments to have a manager certified in food safety.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Rhode Island’s requirements for manager food safety certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Rhode Island, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees. 

South Carolina

The South Carolina Code of Regulations require at least one employee that has supervisory and management responsibility, the authority to direct and control food preparation and service, the ability to enforce employee health policies, and a frequent presence at the facility shall be a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet South Carolina’s requirements for CFPM certification

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in South Carolina, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

South Dakota

The South Dakota Food Service Code requires at least one person-in-charge in each food establishment to be a certified food service manager.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet South Dakota’s requirements for food service manager certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in South Dakota, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.  

Tennessee

The Tennessee Food Safety Act requires food service establishments to employ at least one person certified as a Food Protection Manager (FPM). 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Tennessee’s requirements for FPM certification. 

Although all food establishment employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Tennessee,Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a FPM with onboarding and training new employees.

Texas

The Texas Department of State Health Services, under the Texas Food Establishment Rules, requires all food employees to successfully complete an accredited food handler training course within 60 days of employment. A food employee is defined as an individual working with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces. 

Pursuant to Texas’ Health and Safety Code, a food service worker trained in a food handler training course that is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) or that is accredited by the Texas Health Department and listed with the Department’s registry is considered to have met a local health jurisdiction's training, testing, and permitting requirements.

Trust20’s Food Handler Training and Assessment is accredited by ANSI and the Texas Department of State Health Services to meet all regulatory requirements required by the State of Texas.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Texas’ requirements for Certified Food Manager (CFM) certification.

Utah

Utah’s Administrative Rules and Health Code require food employees to be trained in food safety and hold a valid food handler's permit issued by a local health department. “Food handler” means a person who works with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces for a food service establishment. Food handler training programs must be approved by Utah’s Department of Health.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training is not approved by Utah’s Department of Health and also does not meet Utah’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager certification.

Vermont

Vermont’s Health Regulations for Food Establishments require that a designated person in charge is present at a food establishment during all hours of operation. Such a designated person in charge must demonstrate certain knowledge and can demonstrate such knowledge by being a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of the required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Vermont’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Vermont, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

Virginia

Virginia’s Food Establishment Regulations require that a designated person-in-charge be present at a food establishment during all hours of operation. Such designated person-in-charge must demonstrate certain knowledge and can demonstrate such knowledge by being a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of the required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Virginia’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Virginia, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.  

Washington

The Washington Administrative Code requires all food workers to have a valid food worker card to work in Washington.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Washington’s requirements for food worker training and certification. The only authorized online training program is offered through Washington State at https://www.foodworkercard.wa.gov/. 

West Virginia

West Virginia’s Code of State Rules requires food establishments to have at least one employee that has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service certified as a food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet West Virginia’s requirements for CFPM certification. 

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in West Virginia, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Food Code requires at least one food establishment employee that has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service to be a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program. 

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Wisconsin’s requirements for CFPM certification. 

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Wisconsin, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees. 

Wyoming

The Wyoming Food Safety Rule requires the person-in-charge of a food establishment to demonstrate certain knowledge. Such knowledge may be demonstrated by becoming a certified food protection manager (CFPM) who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program.

Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Training does not meet Wyoming’s requirements for CFPM certification.

Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Wyoming, Trust20’s Food Handler Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.