CRFA developed the National Food Safety Training Program in response to a growing demand for food safety training that meets the needs of foodservice operators from coast-to-coast. Designed to train and certify quick-service, full-service, chain and independent operators and employees to a national standard of food safety, NFSTP was launched in 2004. NFSTP is now available across Canada through a network of certified trainers.
What food safety topics does NFSTP over?
Based on the content of CRFA's Food Safety Code of Practice, NFSTP is a comprehensive review of food safety issues and safe food handling practices, including: Food Safety Hazards (Parts I and II) Facilities and Equipment Design Control of Hazards Following the Flow of Food Sanitation and Pest Control Employee and Visitor Issues
Course outline includes:
- Food Safety Hazards - Facility Design - Control of Hazards
- Equipment Maintenance - Cleaning & Sanitation - Pest Control