At FoodHandler, we recognize the importance of food safety education. That’s why we offer comprehensive training — to help you arm your staff with the knowledge they need to make safe, smart decisions on a daily basis. Our courses are designed to effectively teach your staff how to prevent foodborne illness in a format that is easy to understand for them, and cost-effective for you.

SafeBites Webinars Receive CBDM Continuing Education Approval

2023 Food Safety Webinar Series

SafeBites® from FoodHandler features some of the most notable experts in the foodservice industry. Each expert provides a wealth of knowledge and experience to help foodservice operators tackle their food safety challenges. To learn more about these experts, please click on the Webinar Presenters button below.

To receive continuing education certificates, participants must attend the full live webinar or view the full webinar recording.

Webinar Topic Date Watch Presentation
The 2022 Food Code March 21, 2023 Watch Webinar Download
2022 Year In Review: What We Can Learn From Foodborne Outbreaks May 2023 Coming Soon Coming Soon
Food Safety As a Daily Practice: Operate at Your Full Potential August 2023 Coming Soon Coming Soon
Supply Chain Awareness: A Key Issue for Customer Safety November 2023 Coming Soon Coming Soon

2023 Webinar Certificates expire December 31st, 2025.

Live presentations of our Food Safety webinars are approved by the Certifying Board for Dietary Managers for Continuing Education (CE) hours. The Certifying Board for Dietary Managers is the credentialing agency of the Association of Nutrition & Food-service Professionals. Select Presentations are also approved for CE Hours by the School Nutrition Association (SNA).

All webinars are CBDM and SNA pre-approved for one Continuing Education Unit (CEU).

School Year 2022-2023
Directors At least 12 hours
Mangers At least 10 hours
Staff Members At least 6 hours
Part-Time Staff Members (<20 hours/week) At least 4 hours

*NOTE For any mid-year hired (after January 1), an employee must only complete half of the above-required training hours. Annual requirements apply to the 12-month cycle between July 1 and June 30.