RSPH Level 4 Award in Managing Food Safety in Catering
Food Alert Limited
food, food safety, Food Hygiene
To provide management with an in-depth knowledge of food hygiene which enables them to formulate, implement and manage a superior food hygiene policy.
Who Should Attend?
Managers who have a thorough knowledge of food hygiene practices and responsibilities for food hygiene training.
A minimum of 40 hours instruction over five days - half a day for the exam.
The training course includes lectures enhanced by audio/visual material and practical teaching aids. Delegates are encouraged to actively participate in discussion sessions and group activities. Some activities will require independent or group research and the presentation of material.
Introduction to food safety management
Compliance with legislation and industry guidance
Food Safety Hazards
Allocation of responsibilities
Managing the operational requirements of a safe food business
Cleaning and disinfection regimes
Supplier quality and safety controls
Establish food safety management procedures
Monitoring and maintaining the implementation of food safety management procedures
Communication, sources of information and training
Assessment and Examination:
Course delegates are required to take a 2 ½ hour written examination within 6 weeks of completing the course. Successful candidates receive a certificate from The Royal Society for Public Health.
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