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Georgia Food Handler Certification

We asked 2 job seekers about their Georgia Food Handler Certification. This is what they told us:

  • 100% of job seekers said "help my career progression" was the biggest reason for earning their Georgia Food Handler Certification

Georgia Food Handler Requirements

In Georgia, at least one management-level employee must be a Certified Food Protection Manager. At all times, the person in charge of a food service establishment must be able to prove their knowledge of safe food handling during an inspection by the Department of Health. To prove knowledge, the person in charge can present proof that they are a Certified Food Protection Manager, or they must be able to answer any food safety questions posed by the health inspector.1


References

1. “Food Service Rules and Documents”. Georgia Department of Public Health. Retrieved on JanuaryJan. 12, 2020.


Editorial content last updated: April 2020

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Why did you decide to earn your Georgia Food Handler Certification?

Based on 2 responses

Required for my current job

0%

Make more money

50%

Changing careers

0%

Get an edge over other candidates

0%

Help my career progression

100%

Other

0%

What was your job title after earning this certification?

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50%

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50%

What do people wish they knew before earning their Georgia Food Handler Certification?

1 people answered

“I wish I had known how important food safety was.”

Dec. 3, 2019

What advice would you give to someone interested in earning their Georgia Food Handler Certification?

2 people answered

“It is never a bad idea to learn about food safety.”

Dec. 3, 2019

“Pay attention during your training.”

Nov. 19, 2019