The Casper-Natrona County Health Department is kicking off its annual Drive-Up Flu and Covid
Clinic on September 24th.
Sept. 24th – Across the street from CNCHD building
10 am-3 pm
Oct. 12th – At CNCHD building
5 pm-7 pm
Oct. 15th – Across the street from CNCHD building
10 am-4 pm
Oct. 22th – At Fairgrounds
10 am-6 pm
Oct. 26th – At CNCHD building
5 pm-7 pm
65 years and up high dose flu available with insurance or for $75.
Bring proof of insurance as well as a covid vaccination card.
The Casper-Natrona County Health Department offers a number of sexual health services including STD testing, family planning, birth control prescriptions and refills, annual women’s exams as well as PrEP and HIV prevention.
Casper-Natrona County Health Department recognizes that food service workers are transient. While other jurisdictions require one food safety manager to be present during hours of operation, the proposed Casper-Natrona County Food Safety Rule would require only one employee on staff that has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service to be certified as a food protection manager. The goal would be that the food safety manager would incorporate standard operating procedures and food safety training protocols to achieve active managerial control of food safety. There will be no requirements for the minimum number of hours the food safety manager must work. It would be recommended for small operations that the license holder obtain the certification to eliminate the need to continually certify new employees.
The cost of the training will be the responsibility of either the employee or the employer. There are eight organizations that are accredited to provide food protection manager training, their information is provided in the attached list.
# Organization ID 1 1 AAA Food Safety (AAA Food Safety, LLC) Certified Food Protection Manager 9160 https://aaafoodhandler.com/food-manager-certification 2 APS
Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedures Act, W.S.16-3-103 et seq., and W.S. 35-1-303 et seq., 35-7-120, 35-7-123(a)(iii), and 35-7-123(c)(ii), the Board of Health of the