• Laws

Illinois: A New BASSET Law is Taking Effect July 1, 2018

Bartenders and baristas: are you BASSET-certified within the state of Illinois? We have some news for you...
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4 Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen Without Cutting Safety Corners

There is much to be said for water waste in the kitchen. A recent report from CNET shows that as of March 2017, the average person who hand washes dishes can use up to 27 gallons of water in a single load...
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How to Stay OSHA Compliant

After a series of public outcries against workplace accidents and injuries with no legal recourse, the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) was signed into law by President Richard M. Nixon in 1971...
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Passing Your Next Food Inspection: the FDA's Five Red Flags

As a restaurant owner, it can be hard to wrap your head around the best ways to pass food inspections...
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New Mexico Food Handler Law

For many who work in the foodservice industry, getting properly trained is half the battle. And in the state of New Mexico, that battle just got a little harder...
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New Texas Food Establishment Rules

Wait staff, bartenders, hostesses and restaurant owners alike within the Lone Star State will have to pay attention to new rules that have been signed into place–as recently as October 11, 2015–that require you to have your food handler certificate...
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