Michigan Alcohol Server Training: What You Need to Know Before You Serve
To serve or sell alcohol in Michigan, you need to take alcohol server/seller training. Userve is now state-approved to deliver this.
Navigating a Career in Hospitality: Tips and Insights
Hospitality is booming, with new opportunities popping up all the time. But as with any career path, there are obstacles and challenges along the way.
The Difference Between High-Risk and Low-Risk Foods
Every food handler should know the difference between high-risk and low-risk foods to ensure you're keeping food safe.
Food Handler How-To: Safely Handle Ice
Like food, ice is at risk for contamination, which can make your customers sick. If you're a bartender or food handler, learn how to handle ice properly.
Food Handler How-To: Handle Poultry Properly
Learn how to properly handle poultry in a commercial kitchen so you can keep customers safe.
6 Reasons Why Food Handler Training is a Must
Food handlers must be trained in food safety. Here are six reasons (of many) why.
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What are High-Risk Foods?
Learn about high-risk foods, what makes them potentially hazardous and how to properly work with them as a food handler.
Food Handler How-To: Frozen Food Handling
Learn how to properly handle frozen food in a food business.
Food Handler How-To: Wash Produce Properly
Learn how to properly wash fruits and vegetables to ensure food is safe and prevent foodborne illness outbreaks.
5 More Things Food Handlers Should Never Do
Food handlers are responsible for preparing and serving food that is safe for consumption. Here are five things a food handler should never do.
What Is a Food Handler Card?
Also known as a food handler certificate and a food handler permit, learn why this card is important for anyone in a food-handling role.
5 Things a Food Handler Should Never Do
Food handlers have many responsibilities when it comes to food safety, but there are some things food handlers shouldn't do.