Free membership. Invaluable returns.
Ensure your business keeps food safety 'front of mind' with AIFS membership for you and your employees.
As a member of The Australian Institute of Food Safety you (and the business you work with) will be recognised by Health Inspectors and rewarded by customers for your professional approach to food safety.
Membership is free for two years after completing any AIFS nationally recognised course.
What's included in my membership?
Food Safety Card
Handy wallet-sized card containing your Statement of Attainment to show Health Inspectors.
Food Safety Decal
Display it on the door of your business and show arriving customers that you're 'Serious About Food Safety'.
Food Safety Display Certificate
To showcase on the wall of your business and reassure customers they've chosen the right place to eat or buy food.
Statement of Attainment
A4-sized version of the information on your Food Safety Card stating you've completed the training you need.
So you're always up-to-date with the latest insights, news, events and information from the world of food safety.
Updates & Recalls
Food safety legislation changes, recall notices and new compliance requirements sent direct to your inbox.
All the templates, checklists, posters, webinars, case studies and articles you need to run your food business safely.
AIFS Course Discounts
Save on any future training courses you take with The Australian Institute of Food Safety.
Member benefits for food workers
What can AIFS Membership offer me?
Gain industry recognised credentials
Impress employers with a credential that confirms you as a safe, clean and professional food worker.
Be ready for health inspections
With your AIFS Food Safety Card in your wallet, you'll always be prepared for surprise inspections at work.
Give customers peace of mind
Displaying your Food Safety Decal* on the door immediately assures customers their food is in safe hands.
Impress management and customers
Your Certificate* on the wall at work shows that you and the business understand and care greatly about food safety.
Keep food safety smart
Protect customers and be the expert on changes in food safety legislation and procedure.
Stay ahead of the competition
Gain access to the exclusive, members only resources to continually improve food safety in your workplace.
Save on future training
Receive exclusive discounts on any future AIFS courses or professional development that you undertake.
Help people in real need
For every new membership, AIFS donates up to two meals to vulnerable people in our community through OzHarvest.
* Food Safety Decal and Display Certificate only available to enrollees who complete the Food Safety Supervisor course
Membership benefits for employers
What can AIFS Membership do for my business?
Attract more customers
Displaying our official Decal and Certificate gives potential customers peace of mind to buy from you.
Protect your customers
Employing food professionals with nationally recognised skillsets greatly reduces the risks of food-borne illness.
Safeguard your business
With less risk of food safety incidents, save your business from fines, licence suspension, prosecution or closure.
Be prepared for health inspections
AIFS members are food audit ready and carry their Food Safety Card with official proof of training in their wallet.
Keep food safety front of mind
Use AIFS templates, checklists, posters and other resources to improve food safety throughout your workplace.
Stand out from your competition
Differentiate your business by showing customers how serious you are about your food and their safety.
How do I become an AIFS member?
Membership is complimentary when you complete a nationally recognised course with AIFS including:
Food Handler Course
A short course available online or in class to meet food worker training requirements. Suitable for anyone who will handle, prepare or store food in the workplace.
Food Safety Supervisor Course
A course available online or in class to meet legislation in NSW, QLD, VIC and ACT. All food businesses in these states need a qualified Food Safety Supervisor on staff.