Recertification for South Dakota Food Safety Managers
Certified Food Managers (CFM, CPFM):
Food service establishments in South Dakota are required by law to have at least one person on staff who has passed an approved food service manager training program (a CFM). There must be at least one CFM or a food handler working during all business hours.
If you need to renew your unexpired CFM, there's good news! You don't need to travel to sit for a proctored exam - you can renew your certification online in just a few hours.
If you need to train your employees in safe food handling techniques, this information may be valuable to you:
ALL Food handlers must be able to demonstrate knowledge (per South Dakota statutes). There must be at least one food handler (or a CFM) on staff during all business hours. Food handler knowledge must include:
Examples of training requirements:
- The minimum cooking temperature for pork, beef or other potentially hazardous foods
- How long these different foods have to be at that temperature before they are safe to eat
- The time allowed to cool potentially hazardous foods to the appropriate temperature
- Appropriate cooling procedures
- Many more...
These are just a few of the questions this course answers. The interactive online Certified Food Manager Course from PSCC will provide you with a good grasp of proper management in a food handling environment - from cross contamination to equipment and utensils to regulatory requirements. The online Food Safety Certification for Food Handlers Course will give your servers and food handlers the knowledge they need to act as responsible food handlers.