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    • Test solution should be room temperature (ideally 65-75 degree Fahrenheit (18-24 degree Celsius )

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    A printed copy of your SafeCheck® Advanced Canadian Food Safety Certification and  plastic Wallet Card. Price includes postage and handling via Canada Post.
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    Recognized by the International HACCP Alliance and developed in conjunction with NSF International. This course meets both nationally and internationally accepted HACCP standards . It contains the information needed to effectively participate in the organization, development, implementation and management of a successful HACCP plan. Includes sample forms and plans.
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    The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) has aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). GHS is a worldwide system. With a common set of rules for classifying hazardous products, common rules for labels, and a standard format for safety data sheets (SDSs). As of December 1, 2018, there must be WHMIS 2015 labels and safety data sheets for all hazardous products in the workplace. This course familiarizes you with the WHMIS 2015 system and how it is used in workplaces. Learning about WHMIS 2015 is part of the knowledge that you need to protect yourself and your co-workers from hazardous products.
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    CFS- manipulateur d’aliments SafeCheck® en ligne  (CFS-SafeCheck® FrontLine Food Safety). Ce cours enseigne des informations importantes sur la sécurité alimentaire. Il suit les directives importantes recommandées par le Code canadien de la vente au détail et des services alimentaires. Votre examen est inclus dans les frais. Un certificat numérique et une carte de portefeuille vous sont envoyés par courrier électronique immédiatement après avoir réussi l'examen final.
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    SafeCheck® Advanced Canadian Food Safety Online is an effective way to gain Food Safety (Food Handler) Certification without the restriction of attending an in-class seminar; an ideal strategy for those with a busy schedule. The interactive program allows learners to gain quality knowledge about food safety, as well thoroughly prepares learners for the certification exam. This course is equivalent to ServSafe, TrainCan Advance.fst, and FoodSafe 1 & 2 Food Handlers Certification. SafeCheck® Advanced Food Safety is a government recognized Food Safety Certification Course in every part of Canada. Topics covered include: Food Safety in the News, Laws, Regulation, and Inspection, How Food Can Make Us Sick (Hazards in Food), Employee and Visitor Hygiene, Facilities and Equipment, Purchasing, Receiving, and Storage, Preparing and Serving Safe Food (time & temp control), Cross-Contamination, Sanitation, Waste & Pest Control, Your Food Safety Program HACCP. Access the SafeCheck Knowledge Base section with over 30 printable files including Provincial Legislation and informative colour workplace posters.
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    Salubrité Alimentaire Avancée SafeCheck® en ligne est un moyen efficace d'obtenir la certification de salubrité des aliments (gestionnaire de nourriture) sans la restriction de participer à un séminaire en classe; une stratégie idéale pour ceux qui ont un horaire chargé. Le programme interactif permet aux apprenants d'acquérir des connaissances de qualité sur la salubrité des aliments, tout en préparant minutieusement les apprenants à l'examen de certification. Ce cours est équivalent à ServSafe, à TrainCan Advance. FST et à la certification FoodSafe 1 & 2 des manutentionnaires alimentaires. La sécurité alimentaire avancée Safecheck ® est un cours de certification de salubrité des aliments reconnu par le gouvernement dans toutes les parties du Canada. Les sujets abordés comprennent: la salubrité des aliments dans les nouvelles, les lois, la réglementation et l'inspection, comment les aliments peuvent nous rendre malades (dangers dans les aliments), l'hygiène des employés et des visiteurs, les installations et l'équipement, l'achat, la réception et le stockage, la préparation et de servir des aliments sûrs (temps & Temp Contamination croisée, assainissement, gestion des déchets et des parasites, votre programme de salubrité des aliments HACCP. MAPAQ: Les exigences relatives à la formation en hygiène et salubrité alimentaires mise en place par le MAPAQ sont prescrites par le Règlement sur les aliments (chapitre P-29). On y prévoit la reconnaissance de programmes attestés par des organismes gouvernementaux au Canada.