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ServSafe Food Manager Certification

ServSafe Food Manager Certification – Food Safety of Michigan (586) 980-3301

ServSafe Food Manager CertificationServSafe Food Safety 8-hour Review and Exam (click here to register)

Our 8 hour review and exam consists of a National Restaurant Association approved instructor conducting six hours of instruction and then administering the ServSafe food safety exam. Classes are available in cities throughout Michigan including Food Safety of Michigan (click here to register). The ServSafe exam consists of 90 questions. Testers must receive a 75 percent score or better to pass this test and receive their Food Safety Certificate.  All tests are graded by the NRA and take approximately 7-10 business days to process. Materials will be mailed upon registration.

ServSafe Food Safety Self-Study 
There’s no need to sit through the class if you have the knowledge! A National Restaurant Association approved instructor/proctor administers your exam. Proctored exams are available at various locations across the state. The ServSafe exam consists of 90 questions. Testers must receive at least a 75 percent score or better to pass this test and obtain their Food Safety Certificate. All tests are graded by the NRA EF and take approximately 7-10 business days to process. Materials will be mailed upon registration.

If you would like to sign up for ServSafe Food Manager Certification courses, please click here to register at Food Safety of Michigan today or call (586) 980-3301.

source: mrla.org

Michigan ServSafe Classes

Michigan ServSafe Classes – Food Safety of Michigan (586) 980-3301

If you are looking to participate in top rated Michigan ServSafe classes, please sign up with Food Safety of Michigan in Utica, MI by clicking here! Call us at (586) 980-3301 for more information or e-mail info@foodsafetyofmichigan.com


Top ServSafe FAQs

What is the passing score for the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Examination?

A passing score is 75% or higher. This is obtained by answering at least 60 out of 80 questions correctly. The exam has 90 questions; however there are 10 pilot questions that are for research purposes only.

How do I become ServSafe Food Safety re-certified?

You must retake the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Examination before your current ServSafe Certification expires.

Check your local regulatory requirements for more information about certification renewal. Requirements may include completing both food safety training and the ServSafe Certification Exam.

If you have questions about your state’s requirements, please contact your state/local health department for more options.

Does my certificate expire?

The National Restaurant Association recognizes the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification for a five-year period and the ServSafe Alcohol and ServSafe Food Handler Certificates for a three-year period. However, state or employer requirements can vary. For more detailed information, check the regulatory requirements or contact your local health department.

How do I become ServSafe Food Safety certified?

To become ServSafe Food Safety certified, you must pass the ServSafe Manager Certification Exam with a score of 75% or higher. For your ServSafe Certification to be recognized by your state or local health department, you must also meet your local regulatory requirements. Requirements may include completing both food safety training and the ServSafe Certification Exam.

If you are searching for experienced and reputable Michigan ServSafe classes, sign up with Food Safety of Michigan in Utica, MI by clicking here! Contact at (586) 980-3301 for more info or e-mail info@foodsafetyofmichigan.com

source: servsafe.com

ServSafe Food Handler Class and Exam – Michigan

ServSafe Food Handler Class and Exam – by Food Safety of Michigan located in Utica Michigan.

Food Safety of Michigan

Food Safety of Michigan is a full service training facility run by Darlene Cairns that specializes in ServSafe® Manager Certification classes and the approved ServSafe® Alcohol classes that are mandatory by the State of Michigan. Proctoring is also available.

Our ServSafe® training program and exams comply with that law. Testing is done immediately after the Certification class and we are pleased to be able to offer same day test results; upon receiving a grade of 75% or greater, you will receive your Certificate before leaving the class. Training can be done at our facility or yours; register by email or phone.

Our ServSafe® training program focuses on five key areas that are required for preparation of the exam:

  • Introduction to Food Safety
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Cross-Contamination and Allergens
  • Time and Temperature
  • Cleaning and Sanitizing

We focus on serving businesses such as restaurants, hospitals, assisted living, schools, churches, hotels, individuals, new businesses and much more.

We can provide support for the following:

  • Food Service License
  • ServSafe Exam
  • ServSafe Classes
  • ServSafe Certificate
  • ServSafe Manager
  • Food Manager Certification
  • ServSafe Food Safety Manager
  • Food Safety Manager
  • ServSafe Alcohol Class and Exam
  • ServSafe Food Handler Class and Exam

Our Service Area: Utica, Romeo, Shelby Township, Clinton Township, Sterling Heights, Warren, Dearborn, Troy, Rochester, Rochester Hills and surrounding areas.

Contact Us Today for more information: (586) 980-3301

ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certifications – Michigan

Food Safety of Michigan offers a one-day class curriculum which includes:  

  • pre-reading study guide
  • class
  • exam
  • same day test results

ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certifications are honored in all 50 states. Upon receiving a grade of 75% or greater, you will receive your Certificate before leaving the class.

Contact Us Today for more information: (586) 980-3301

Michigan Food Manager Certification Classes

Michigan Food Manager Certification Classes – Food Safety of Michigan (586) 980-3301

If you are searching for top rated Michigan Food Manager Certification Classes, please contact Food Safety of Michigan at (586) 980-3301 or click here to learn more about our classes.

Michigan Certified Food Manager CertificationCertified Food Manager

Many Michigan food establishments must employ at least one certified food manager.

Food Law (see section 2129 & 7106 for actual language regarding manager certification requirements)

These rules, as written, allow the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development (MDARD) to issue statewide variances. MDARD has issued statewide variances to the manager certification requirement for certain types of establishments.

Local health inspected establishments that must have a certified manager include:

  • All food service establishments (e.g., restaurants, bars, schools, hospitals, mobile food establishments, and special transitory food units) except:
    • vending machine locations
    • temporary food service establishments

MDARD inspected establishments that must have a certified manager include:

  • A food service establishment within a retail grocery.
  • Extended retail food establishments. These are typically grocery stores with a deli and seating.
  • Establishments that press apple cider. These establishments shall have at least 1 active employee currently certified by passing an approved food manager certification examination or having completed a current approved safe cider production course. Cider Manager Food Safety Certification and GMPs.
  • Mobile food establishments
  • Special transitory food units (STFUs)

Contact the inspecting agency with any questions.

Becoming Certified or Recertified

To be certified you must pass an ANSI/CFP nationally accredited exam once every 5 years. To prepare for the exam, most individuals take a class (in person or on-line) or self-study. Exams are proctored and must be taken either at an approved testing site or are given at the end of a course by an approved instructor.

For experienced and trusted Michigan Food Manager Certification Classes, call Food Safety of Michigan at (586) 980-3301.

source: michigan.gov

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