keeping up with food regulations: ohio

In 2016 a new certification law went into effect, and in 2017 Ohio began to enforce it. In 2018, Ohio expects compliance.

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Keeping up with food regulations: Ohio

In 2016 a new certification law went into effect, and in 2017 Ohio began to enforce it. In 2018, Ohio expects compliance.  

According to the law, level (1, 2, 3 or 4) certification requirements are directly correlated to a unit's food service license.  

If the risk level on the food service license is a 3 or 4, one manager at a location is required to receive Certification II training.   

If the risk level on the food service license is 1 or 2, one manager is required to receive Certification training.

 **Most casual dining or quick service restaurants are Level 3 risk level.  

Information from the Ohio Department of Health on how to receive training can be accessed here.

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