Food Safety Training
Food Preparation Form for Sports Clubs, Charity and Community Events
Most sporting clubs, charity and community events are classified as exempted food businesses, not subject to registration requirements (Food Business Certificate), but are still subject to the notification requirements contained within Standard 3.2.2 of the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.
However exempted food businesses must still notify the Shire of their intention to undertake food business activities prior to doing so. The attached form has been developed to help with the notification process and can also be found on the Shire of Wyalkatchem website. The applicant may be required to meet the health and hygiene requirements for food handlers such as taking all practicable measures to ensure that they do not contaminate food when producing food and also undertaking free online food safety training search (I AM ALERT).
Form Located HERE
If there are any questions please contact the Principal Environmental Health Officer Peter Toboss on 0428 831 037, email email@example.com or contact the Shire of Wyalkatchem during business hours.
I'm ALERT Free Food Safety Training - Interactive Online Training
Only 1hr !
If food is your business or a regular fundraiser for your club.
It is your responsibility to ensure that all food is sold safe and suitable. An information package has been developed by qualified and experienced Environmental Health Professionals and is equivalent in scope to a two day course.
The interactive, logical and easy learning format will assist you and your staff to develop the skills and knowledge required to ensure safe food for your customers and to comply with your obligations under the Food Safety Standards for Australia and New Zealand.
Most sections include an interactive quiz. Upon completion of the program, a training acknowledgement form can be saved or emailed and filed as part of your food safety records.
Simply Visit :
and follow the on screen instructions to complete the short course.
- Foodborne Illness
- Potentially Hazardous Food
- Contamination of Food
- Temperature Control
- Food Handling Skills and Knowledge
- Food Reciept
- Food Storage
- Food Processing
- Food Display
- Food Packaging
- Food Transportation
- Food Disposal
- Food Recall
- Health of Persons Who Handle Food
- Hygiene of Food Handlers
- General Duties of Food Businesses
- Cleaning and Sanitising of Specific Equipment
- Structure, Design and Maintenance
- Temperature Measuring Devices
- Single Use Items
- Animals and Pests
- Management Control Techniques
For further information contact PETER TOBOSS, Principal Environmental Health Officer 0428 831 037