Regulation 11 – Duties of a Food Handler (10 min)You cannot view this lesson as you're not logged in yet.4 thoughts on “Regulation 11 – Duties of a Food Handler (10 min)”Hi there,What sort of training should food handlers receive? Do they have to do accredited courses? It mentions that they are required to be trained annually, does this mean they need to do the same training again as a refresher?Thank you for your time and a great course. ReplyHi LizanneThank you! Please see below responses to your questions:Question 1: Basic food safety training that incorporates the four hazard categories, basic food safety practices, and principles, and food contamination prevention methods (basic GMPS). Please include duties of food handlers as prescribed by regulation R638 in your training.Question 2: No. It is not necessary for food handlers to receive accredited courses. You may decide to train them yourself after having received and passed appropriate training e.g. this training you are attending. If you want, you can use training providers. It is entirely up to you.Question 3: You can perhaps start with giving them comprehensive training and a subsequent training intervention (refresher) could just be an overview of what was done initially. Alternatively, you can provide the same training many times over.Thank you for attending our course. ReplyWhat is the required distance from the kitchen door for smokers to take a smoke break? ReplyHi Andre,It is currently illegal to smoke within 10 meters from public entrances which will also include kitchen doors. The smoking of tobacco products should not affect other non-smoking employees and the public. It is important for employers to have a smoking policy in place.Please have a look at this article for more information: Smoking in the Workplace.Kind Regards,ASC Consultants Support Team ReplyLeave a Comment Cancel replyCommentName Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.