Food Safety Programs, HACCP, Food Safety Audit, Food Safety Training

How A SILLY MISTAKE Cost One
Restaurant $10,000 And How To
Make Sure It Doesn't Happen To You!

Want your customers to eat well and safely?

Want to stay free of negative media publicity that could cripple your business and kill your reputation?

Train all your employees in the current legislative requirements BEFORE it's too late!

The Gourmet Guardian, as Australian food safety specialists, provide specialised and nationally accredited food safety training to the hospitality, health, retail and food processing industries wants to give you access to its proprietary tool "97 Point Training Checklist" to help you keep your food safe.

It's the EXACT same checklist used in Level One Basic Food Handling course. Of course the Food Safety Supervisor, HACCP, PrimeSafe and Food Allergen Training courses contain far more than these 97 topics, but this list is a good and important start for you.

It will give you the peace of mind knowing the most important boxes are ticked when it comes to food safety in your business.

With this list of 97 points in hand, you can simply tick off the boxes to ensure your employees understand and follow current food safety legislative requirements.

This is not an option. One restaurant was recently fined $10,000 for food safety breaches that were easily and inexpensively preventable!

Make sure your employees never embarrass you again!

If you are considering conducting an in-house training session to bring your staff up-to-speed, you can simply use this list as a guide for all of the points that you should be covering to ensure don't overlook important details when it comes to food safety.

This eye-opening special checklist will teach you all of the fundamental food safety principles you should be training your employees to:

  • Ensure that every single morsel of food that you serve is safe and does not poison or otherwise harm your customers.
  • Keep your food safe and bacteria free!
  • Guarantee your employees take food safety seriously.
  • Ensure your employees are not committing crimes that could expose you to litigation — even when you're not there!
  • Establish and enforce functional standards that protect your customers

Don't take food safety lightly...

According to the Food Safety Information Council there are an estimated 5.4 million cases of food poisoning in Australia each year.

On average, these cases of food poisoning result in 120 deaths, 1.2 million visits to doctors, 300,000 prescriptions for antibiotics and 2.1 million days of lost work each year.

Get this special checklist immediately so you know what you should be training your staff to do (and not do) to protect your customers, yourself and your business NOW!

Not downloading this checklist could end up costing you $10,000 if you are found negligent and a lot more if there is an outbreak in your premises.

Visit Our Blog

Food Safety Equipment

Date updated: 8 August, 2011