Register for a class, purchase a book or exam, get recertified.
The FDA Food Code requires that the person in charge of a foodservice operation become a Certified Food Protection Manager. One certified person is required to be onsite during operating hours. Therefore, your foodservice establishment will need to have more than one certified food protection manager, so that there can be a certified manager on site during every shift. A Certified Food Protection Manager must show that they have the required knowledge by passing a test from an accredited program. The program must be accredited by an agency approved by a Conference for Food Protection. Completing the ServSafe Manager Course and passing the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Examination meets this requirement.
New establishments have 6 months to comply. If an establishment only has one certified food handler and that person leaves employment, the establishment has 90 days to certify another food handler. Each establishment must have a person-in-charge during every shift that is ServSafe certified.
Indiana’s certified food managers law requires an exam that meets the ANSI-CFP requirements. Training for the exam is not required, however training is beneficial in helping pass the comprehensive exam.
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ServSafe Training Options
Because the exam is comprehensive, some study is recommended. Unsure of which option is best for you? Click here to read more on the 3 ways to get ServSafe certified.
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Food Manager Class & Exam $155*
Choose an upcoming class near you to participate in a 1-day in-person instruction. Package includes book and exam.
Online Course & Exam Proctoring $165*
The online course is for your study convenience. It takes about 8 hours to complete, however, you do not need to take the class in one sitting. The exam must be given by a registered ServSafe proctor and is included with the price.
ServSafe Food Manager Textbook ONLY $65*
The ServSafe Manager Textook is ideal for one- or two-day classroom instruction helping students prepare to take the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Exam.
It covers critical principles including: personal hygiene, cross-contamination, time and temperature, receiving and storage, food safety management systems, training hourly employees, and more.
Online Alcohol Certification $30*
ServSafe Online Alcohol Certification is approved to meet the Indiana responsible alcohol server training requirement, including for 19-20-year-olds that do not yet have a server permit.
No proctor is necessary for the exam. You will receive immediate results after the exam.
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ServSafe Manager Online Course and Exam Proctoring
- Exam CANNOT be taken at home with Online Course.
- Exam must be given by a registered ServSafe proctor.
ServSafe Manager Book
- Book only ordering for independent study.
- Book is included with full class registration.
Indiana Approved Alcohol Server Certification
- Call for private classes 317.673.4211
- ServSafe Alcohol, including the Online Class and Primary exam meets the Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission training requirement including 19-20 year old servers.
- ServSafe Allergens Online Course – Learn More
- The ServSafe Allergens ™ online, interactive course drives home critical information your employees and managers need in order to accommodate guests with food allergies.
SERVSAFE CERTIFICATION – BROWN COUNTY
To Register, stop by the Brown County Health Department or call 812.988.2255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
SERVSAFE CERTIFICATION – LAKE COUNTY
Judith Lawrence, please call (219)755-3675
SERVSAFE CERTIFICATION- CITY OF FISHERS
Visit the Fishers Health Department for more info.
SERVSAFE CERTIFICATION – HOOSIER HOSPITALITY CONSULTING
For a class schedule visit: www.hoosierhospitalityconsulting.com
SERVSAFE CERTIFICATION – LaPorte County
ServSafe Frequently Asked Questions
Indiana State Department of Health – Food Protection Division
Indiana Food Handler Certification Rule