ServSafe Classes + ServSafe Dining Commitment = 2 great ways to show your guests you meet high Safety Standards!!

DOES YOUR STAFF NEED SERVSAFE® MANAGER CERTIFICATIONS? WANT TO HELP HRAEF?

WANT TO LET YOUR CUSTOMERS KNOW THEY ARE IN A COMMITTED TO SAFETY RESTAURANT?

Hawaii requires a PIC on duty in your restaurant to possess an ANSI certified Food Safety Course. The best and most recognized certificate is earned through the ServSafe Food Managers Course.

The Hawaii Restaurant Association and Peter B Food Safety – a registered ServSafe Instructor/Proctor –  are now partnering to provide ServSafe Training in Hawaii. Costs per student are reasonable and follow national averages, but an added bonus is that a portion of the cost is donated to The Hawaii Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.

The education starts about 2 weeks before the class. The Course book is sent to your students, and they read from, then take a self-diagnostic test so the student can gauge what areas they need to learn more on.

The day of the class starts at 8:00 and ends by 3:00. The exam is 2 hours long, & consists of 90 multiple choice questions. The results are usually available in 2 weeks. The ServSafe Food Managers Certificate is valid for 5 years, and identifies the student and restaurant as being dedicated to the highest standards of Food Safety.

We will hold these classes every month always on the last Saturday of the month. The next class/exam is scheduled to be held at Triple FFF in Pearl City on July 29. Please contact Peter@peterbfoodsafety.com for information and to enroll. There are additional exam languages available, and special accommodations can be pre-arranged.

We are always looking for a venue to hold ServSafe classes. If your facility is able to accommodate a full day class, please contact Peter B to discuss details, including incentive to your facility to host the class.

WHAT IS A GREAT WAY TO LET YOUR CUSTOMERS KNOW THAT YOUR RESTAURANT FOLLOWS THE HIGHEST SAFETY PROTOCOLS?

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ServSafe® Dining Commitment

The National Restaurant Association has created their ServSafe Dining Commitment program.

Once your restaurant meets and submits documentation that your Managers have current ServSafe Managers Certificates, your staff have Food Handler Certificates, plus other commitments of Food Safety and COVID-19, you may post the above sign on your door, website and other media.

ServSafe will also be starting a national media campaign to make your potential guests – locals and tourists –  look for the logo that identifies your restaurant as having a higher standard in Food Safety.

The required COVID-19 online courses are free, and Peter B Food Safety- a registered ServSafe Instructor/Proctor – is conducting the Food Managers class and exam every month. The Food Handlers course can be done online, or Peter B can conduct a class at your restaurant or at Triple FFF, one of HRA’s members.

For details, Click Here For Peter B Food Safety –  https://peterbfoodsafety.com/

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