NRA's SafeServ program helping Illinois operators navigate regulation changes

Dec. 12, 2013

The National Restaurant Association and the Illinois Restaurant Association have joined together to educate foodservice operators throughout Illinois regarding updated changes to the state's food safety laws.

Through NRA's ServSafe program, the groups will offer solutions for restaurant operators navigating the recently passed Illinois Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act, which makes changes to existing training requirements for manager food safety certifications and food handler training requirements state-wide.

"The legislative landscape of food safety regulation is constantly evolving," said Cathy McCullough, VP of sales and product marketing for the National Restaurant Association. "As thousands of restaurant and foodservice managers across Illinois begin to navigate changes to the Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act, our comprehensive ServSafe food safety certification program will provide the education and training needed to comply with the law."

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Topics: Food Safety, Staffing & Training

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