PIC – Person in Charge Training
The PIC must:
• Demonstrate knowledge of food safety and disease prevention.
• Ensure all food workers follow the food safety regulations
• Know when to exclude ill food workers from working with food.
• Know Top 8 food allergens and the facilities policies around food allergies.*
Training Topics include:
- Foodborne illnesses
- Employee health
- Temperature Control
- Cross Contamination
- Bare Hand Contact & hand washing
- Equipment and food safety
- Cleaning and Sanitizing
- Responsibilities of a PIC
Participants will receive:
- Certificate that qualifies the participants for a 5-year food handler’s card upon renewal.
- Code Clarifications for:
- Fingernails and Jewelry
- Hair Restraints
- Consumer Advisory
- Updated code revisions
- Top 8 Allergens list *
- Demonstration of Knowledge
Cost: $25.00 Per Person
Registration must be received at least 5 business days prior to class.
*Food Allergies and Food Establishments is a separate training. For more information please call WSU Clark County Extension 564-397-5700
**Class dates subject to change
PIC Training DOES NOT replace Certification as a Food Protection Manager.
PIC Training DOES NOT replace the Washington Food & Beverage Worker’s Permit.
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Zena Edwards Food Safety & Nutrition
1919 NE 78th St
Vancouver, WA 98665-9752
Currently there are no classes scheduled
WSU Clark County Extension – Heritage Farm
1919 NE 78th Street
Vancouver, WA 98665