4 courses in this bundle

Food Allergy Awareness Training

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
35m

Whether you work in food production, packaging, distribution, processing, food retailing or catering, you will require food allergy awareness training. Laws surrounding food allergies have put much more pressure on businesses in recent years (Particularly with The Food Information Regulations coming into force in 2014) but our training course is a hassle-free way of proving your commitment to current legislation. Complete this IOSH approved course online in just 35 minutes!

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Food Safety and Hygiene Training - Level 1

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
45m

This training is a LEGAL requirement for anyone working with consumables. Our Food Safety and Hygiene Training covers food hazards, food poisoning, best personal hygiene practices and how to avoid cross-contamination. This training is IOSH approved and focuses on The Food Hygiene Regulations 2006.

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Food Safety and Hygiene Training - Level 2

CPD, IOSH
Health & Safety
60m

Following on from our level 1 course, this Food Safety and Hygiene Level 2 course looks also looks at food safety management systems (which includes HACCP), the ‘4 C’s of food safety and other procedures and food premises. Upon completion of this course, you will be provided with a level 2 food hygiene certificate.

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Infection Prevention and Control Training

CPD, IIRSM
Health & Safety
30m

Whilst it is important that infections do not spread in the workplace, it is doubly important that they do not spread in places where food is being processed, made or served as you run the risk of not only infecting your staff but also your customers. This course looks at infection chains, best hygiene practices, common infections and your responsibilities.

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Your Legal Food Hygiene Responsibilities

Complying with food safety laws also means compliance with food hygiene laws. If you run a food business you usually need to have an HACCP plan in place, which prevents biological, chemical and physical hazards from affecting food, see more at the .Gov food safety & hygiene page. Current legislation relating to food hygiene and safety include:

  • Food Information Regulations 2014

    Requires the way allergens are labelled on packaging to be absolutely clear and any non-compliance with the regulations will now result in hefty fines.

  • Food Hygiene Regulations 2006

    In short, these regulations made Food Safety and Hygiene a legal requirement.

  • The Food Safety Act 1990

    You are obliged to treat food intended for human consumption in a controlled and managed way.

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