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Professional Food Handler Certificate for Staff

Give your employees proper food safety knowledge while reducing expenses for your company with our 50-pack Food Handler Certification Course. Our Food Handler training for businesses equips food handlers in food service establishments with the necessary knowledge to prevent food poisoning and foodborne illness and ensure the safety of food for public consumption. As employees progress through the course, they will gain access to an extensive library of food safety materials, fostering responsible food handling expertise. Invest in food safety at your establishment and enroll up to 50 learners in the Food Handler Certification Course.

Topics Covered in the Food Handler Training for Business Course

Our Food Handler Certification course helps employees and managers gain expertise in a diverse range of essential food safety skills, including creating a food safety plan and understanding foodborne illness types, food safety hazards, safe food handling procedures and more. The specific topics covered in this comprehensive course include:
  • Canadian food safety laws,
    regulations, and inspection

  • Safe food handling practices, hazards and hazardous foods
  • Cross-contamination

  • Sanitation, waste & pest control

  • Preparing and serving safe food


  • Visitor and food handler hygiene

  • Food purchasing, receiving, and storage

Canada’s #1 Food Safety
Certification Provider

Become part of the thriving community of businesses that have invested in our Food Handler Certification Course bundle. Canadian Food Safety stands as a top-recognized leader in delivering top-tier food safety training in Canada, delivering unbeatable savings for businesses in the food industry.

Approved by Provincial Health Departments

Our Food Handler Certification program meets the requirements of Canadian health units in the following provinces and territories:
  • British Columbia

  • Alberta
  • Saskatchewan

  • Manitoba

  • Ontario

  • Quebec

  • Newfoundland and Labrador

  • New Brunswick

  • Prince Edward Island

  • Nova Scotia

  • Yukon

  • North West Territories

  • Nunavut

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Best Price, Best Value

Train and provide certifications for up to 50 employees with our bulk food safety training pack! This pack equips employees with essential knowledge of food safety best practices. Canadian Food Safety is dedicated to ensuring you receive the best possible value and pricing for your food safety courses.

Simple Learning Management System

Oversee employee progress, track exam completions, and easily print certificates and wallet cards with our learning management online portal system! This system has the highest level of functionality, all while being extremely user-friendly at no extra cost.

Frequently Asked Questions

Employees can become certified in as few as six hours with Canadian Food Safety certification courses. Upon course completion, students must successfully achieve a minimum score of 70% on the exam to pass. From there, a digital copy of your employee’s certificate will be emailed within minutes.

Across various Canadian provinces, food service regulations mandate that, during any given shift, at least one staff member must hold a valid Food Handler Certificate if they operate a food service establishment. When you train and certify your staff in bulk, you can facilitate the process of creating schedules to ensure you comply with the regulations.

No, the credits in our 50-pack Food Handler Certification Course bundle never expire. This means you have the flexibility to reserve credits for future employees, ensuring your future workforce receives proper food safety training.

Food handler certification requirements can vary based on your establishment’s location. Most provinces and territories mandate that at least one employee holds food handler certification during operating hours, with some regions requiring additional certification. To learn more about the government food safety laws in your area, we encourage you to visit the Food Safety Laws and Legislation website.