Flexible, cost-effective, and results-driven – there’s lots to love about elearning as a training option. Whether you’ve got an urgent skill gap that needs filling, or you want your people to be able to train on-the-go, elearning could be the option for you.

In this module you will:

  • Fully comprehend current food safety legislation and how to implement it in the workplace
  • Understand managerial and legal responsibilities in relation to all aspects of food safety
  • Are aware of their responsibility to implement training
  • Are prepared for inspections
  • Fully understand cleaning procedures and how to store cleaning products
  • Comprehend the necessity of promoting and applying good health and hygiene practice


Section 1 – Food Legislation and you

  • Knowing the Law
  • Going local
  • The importance of HACCP
  • Food allergens
  • The Environmental Health Officer
  • Food safety inspections
  • Next steps
  • Due diligence

Section 2 – Managing food safety

  • Preventing contamination
  • Personal hygiene
  • Managing the food journey
  • Purchase & delivery storage
  • Preparation service
  • Serve it up
  • Pest control
  • Cleaning

Section 3 – Keeping Food Safe

  • The paper trail
  • Paperchase
  • Proceed with care
  • Manage your team
  • Keeping your customers safe
  • Dealing with a food poisoning
  • Allegation
  • Dealing with customers’ food allergies

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Our elearning courses, through partnership with Flow Hospitality Training, are endorsed by RoSPA, IQ, People 1st Quality Mark, the Institute of Hospitality, CPD and SQA.

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