Utah Food Handler $29.99

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The State of Utah requires that all food handlers have valid food handler permit, which is issued. by local health authorities. This Food Handlers Program meets Utah state requirement for training and testing food handler knowledge need to obtain a permit.  It also helps new and current food handlers in Utah keep up to date on laws and regulations.  Our course for Utah is available in English and Spanish.

This Food Handlers Course has been developed to meet the requirements of Utah State Rule R392-103, Section 103-7(5). It is periodically updated to stay current with food codes and to improve quality; learn about changes here.

The price for this course includes the $15.00 fee that must be paid to the local health department to register your certificate and issue you a food handler permit.

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"The team at Responsible Training has been professional and helpful every step of the way. Getting al of the Managers at our 19 restaurants food safety certified has been a breeze. All of us at Freddy's Frozen Custard and Steakburgers in Houston look forward to working with Responsible Training in the future."

Clay Phillips
Director of Training
Freddy's Frozen Custard

"We've seen a significant positive response from our customers who find Responsible Training's courses enjoyable and user-friendly."

Anthony Spanel
City of Amarillo
Dept. of Environmental Health

"Responsible Training made learning about food safety engaging and practical. Understanding how to control germs and cook safely has been invaluable."

Rick Gauna
Food Safety Educators

"I loved how their exams used everyday language. It made the learning process much more straightforward and less intimidating."

Clay Phillips
Director of Training
Freddy's Frozen Custard

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UTAH Food Handlers Details

Notification of Your Local Health Department

The State of Utah requires trainers to send notification to local (county) health departments that you have completed the training and earned a Food Handlers Certificate. Based on the address that you provide before starting the course, Responsible Training shall, within seven days, transmit your information to the local health department. 

You may obtain your food handler permit from the local health department by providing your name (exactly as you submitted it to Responsible Training) and certificate ID.

HOW Can I use THE Food Handlers Certificate?

You may distribute physical and electronic copies of your Responsible Training Food Handlers Certificate to current and prospective employers, government agencies, or anyone else to demonstrate that you have met the requirements laid out in the ANAB (ANSI National Accreditation Board) ANSI/ASTM E2659-18 standard practice for certificate programs. According to this program, when referring to yourself as a certificate holder, you may say that you are a "Responsible Training Food Handler Certificate Recipient" or a "Holder of a Responsible Training Food Handler Certificate." You may not say that you are "certified," "certificated," "licensed," "registered," or "accredited."

Learn more about the Food Handlers Course from the Frequently Asked Questions.

course overview

This course consists of 6 lessons and a final exam. The lessons are:

Lesson 1

Food Safety Basics

Lesson 2

Personal Hygiene

Lesson 3

Receiving and Storing Food

Lesson 4

The Danger Zone

Lesson 5

Sanitation, Cleaning and Maintenance

Lesson 6

Employee Health Status

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