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Food Manufacturing Safety and Sanitation


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Get food safety and sanitation training online and on-demand

It is critical for anyone who works in the food manufacturing industry to follow sound food safety practices and sanitation methods. Insufficient training for employees in these areas not only puts businesses at risk, but it also endangers the health of consumers. By ensuring all employees have the training to keep ingredients and equipment contaminant-free, businesses can avoid food recalls, reduce illness outbreaks, and comply with government regulations.

Avoid the risk of using outdated materials or oral instructions that can be unreliable. This online food safety training series ensures employees receive consistent and up-to-date information when they are trained. Courses within the program are updated regularly as policies change. Training topics include:

  • Cleaning methods
  • Cleaning equipment
  • Cleaning compounds
  • Sanitizers
  • Pest control
  • And more

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The program’s courses are designed for food manufacturers to maintain Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs), which are the basic operational and environmental conditions required to produce safe foods. They ensure that ingredients, products, and packaging materials are handled safely and that food products are processed in a suitable environment. Course content caters to adult learners at all levels.

What are digital badges and how do they work?

Digital badges are visual representations of new knowledge you have gained. You earn badges each time you successfully complete one of CSU’s online digital badge courses. Take only the courses you want to take, and build your own unique set of credentials.

Courses in this program are self-paced. Study on your own schedule, and customize your learning experience to match your individual goals. Take all courses to earn your Mastery Badge, or take only the courses you're most interested in.

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