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Food Safety Standard 3.2.2A infographic
To be certified as a food safety supervisor, food handlers must complete units of competency from a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in one of the following training courses:
An FSS must hold a certificate (or Statement of Attainment) issued by an RTO showing the required units of competency were completed within the last 5 years. If the units of competency were completed more than 5 years ago, the FSS will need to complete a re-certification course or complete the course again.
The following table lists RTOs that have confirmed with SA Health that they currently deliver FSS courses for South Australians.
Businesses and food handlers can check if an RTO is approved to deliver the required units of competency on the national training.gov.au website.
Note: SA Health does not endorse or approve any specific training providers.
If your RTO currently delivers FSS courses, please complete the request form to be listed above.