Public Food Safety Education

The Casper-Natrona County Health Department, in conjunction with the Wyoming Food Safety Coalition, provides staffing and ServSafe(R) training opportunities in the Natrona County Community.  Intended audiences for ServSafe® training include: food establishment management, direct-line food handlers, and any individual preparing food for members of the public.

ServSafe® Classes

Who should attend:

  • Food Service Managers
  • Manager Trainees
  • Front Line Supervisors
  • Restaurant Owners
  • Anyone desiring food service management certification on food safety

Participants will learn:

  • The need for food safety, the hazards that can make food unsafe, and guidelines for training employees on personal hygiene.
  • The basics of developing a food safety system and methods for training employees to run the system
  • Methods for purchasing, receiving, storing, preparing, cooking, holding, serving, cooling, and reheating food safely
  • Designing facilities and choosing equipment, cleaning and sanitizing, and controlling pests

Intermediate food safety training is available upon request by facilities or interested agencies.

Wyoming Food Safety Fundamentals is designed by state and local health personnel, extension educators, and the state’s food service industry to reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses.

Who should attend?

  • Food service workers
  • Grocery store employees
  • Deli personnel
  • Hospital/Nursing home dietary staff
  • Daycare/preschool staff
  • Nonprofit food handlers

Participants will learn:

  • How to identify potential contaminants and how to control them
  • The latest in recommended safe food-handling and preparation practices
  • The most responsible procedures to ensure safety of your food supply
  • Fundamental employee responsibilities involved in Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) systems with a team focus

For more information about the Wyoming Food Safety Coalition and ServSafe® classes, please click here.