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What are the Food Safety Supervisor requirements in New South Wales?
Every food organisation in NSW has a responsibility to make sure its staff are properly trained in food safety.Read More
I'm now a Food Safety Supervisor. What's next?
If you haven’t already done so, you need to notify the local council that you’re the nominated Food Safety Supervisor for the business where you work. This might be something that you do, or it might be done by your employer.Read More
How do I become a Food Safety Supervisor?
Which food businesses need a Food Safety Supervisor?
Whether a business needs to employ a Food Safety Supervisor will depend on where the business operates as well as what types of food it prepares.Read More
What are a Food Safety Supervisor’s responsibilities?
Food Safety Supervisors have many responsibilities when performing their role and maintaining food safety in a business.Read More
Is previous work experience enough to replace Food Safety Supervisor training?
You may have already completed the Food Safety Supervisor units of competency in previous training.Read More
How many Food Safety Supervisors do I need for my business?
As a general rule, only one Food Safety Supervisor is needed for each food premises. However, because food businesses often operate long hours or shift work, they’re often advised to employ more than one.
How do I become a Food Safety Supervisor in NSW?
The Australian Institute of Food Safety is approved to issue the NSW Food Authority Food Safety Supervisor Certificate.
What training does a Food Safety Supervisor need?
Handy tip: Food Safety Supervisor training is industry specific so be sure to find out which course you need.Read More
What is the role of a Food Safety Supervisor?
The role of a Food Safety Supervisor is to manage the overall food safety of a business. This typically includes:Read More
What is a Food Safety Supervisor?
A Food Safety Supervisor is nominated by a food business to manage the overall food safety of the business. The main aim of this role is to help ensure that all food which is handled, stored, prepared and served is done so safely, so as to minimise the risk of causing illness.Read More
Does a Food Safety Supervisor have to be on the premises all the times?
No, not necessarily – however, they must be able to be contacted at all times, by both the food handlers in the business and also the authority responsible for regulating the business in food safety.Read More
Do you need a Food Safety Supervisor in Melbourne?
Because food businesses in Melbourne are all so different, there isn’t one set of rules for everyone. However most food businesses will require at least one Food Safety Supervisor to be employed.Read More
Do I need more than one Food Safety Supervisor?
Not necessarily. If you’re required by law to have a Food Safety Supervisor on staff, it usually only means one per premises.
What will I receive at the end of my Food Safety Supervisor Course?
Once you have successfully completed your Food Safety Supervisor course, you will receive a Statement of Attainment which lists the units of competency relevant to your industry. These are:Read More