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Food Worker Training and Test

Food employees working in San Bernardino County are required to obtain a food worker card from San Bernardino County, Environmental Health Services only. Food worker cards from other counties, programs or companies are not an acceptable substitute. Please call 1‐800‐442‐2283 for more information about our food worker training.

The training and test is available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and costs $22. Only credit, debit and prepaid debit cards are accepted.

The training and test is available in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Korean, Vietnamese and American Sign Language (ASL).

Click below to start the online food worker training and test:

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Food Manager Certification Training

Currently, County of San Bernardino, Environmental Health Services does not offer a Food Manager Certification Training and test.

The following information pertains to Cal Code, California Health and Safety Code, Division 104, Part 7. California Retail Food Code, Chapter 1. General Provisions, Section 113947.1 (a)

Food facilities that prepare, handle or serve nonprepackaged potentially hazardous food, except temporary food facilities, shall have an owner or employee who has successfully passed an approved and accredited food safety certification examination as specified in Sections 113947.2 and 113947.3. There shall be at least one food safety certified owner or employee at each food facility. No certified person at a food facility may serve at any other food facility as the person required to be certified pursuant to this subdivision. The certified owner or employee need not be present at the food facility during all hours of operation.

Click here to view a list of ANSI-accredited food manager certification programs.

Food Safety for Sporting Events

Volunteers that handle food and/or food contact surfaces at snack bars are encouraged to take the “Youth Sporting Event Food Safety Training,” course. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive a certificate of completion and will have the opportunity to obtain and print a variety of food safety posters.

Youth Sporting Events Food Safety Training

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