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State Requirements for 'Implement Food Safety Handling Procedures' (SITXFSA001A) Online Training Courses

Each State has different requirements for Implement Food Safety Procedures Training Courses – In some States / Territories training is mandatory, some have no requirement for the training at all.  It is imperative that anyone seeking employment in the food industry check with the Licensing Body for the relevant State/Territory they intend to work in.

Queensland Food Safety Handling Training Course Requirements

Narbil Training is authorised to deliver the National Unit of Competency - 'Implement Food Safety Procedures' (SITXFSA001A) training online course in Queensland.
The following information quoted straight from the Food Act 2006, clearly explains the Queensland legislation regarding food industry training:

  • In Queensland, a licensee must, within 30 days after the licence is issued under section 60(1), have a food safety supervisor for the food business under the licence. (Food Act, Part 7, Division 2, Section 86 (1))
  • The licensee must ensure a food safety supervisor for the food business under the licence is reasonably available to be contacted by persons who handle food in the food business while the food business is being carried on. (Food Act, Part 7, Division 2, Section 87 (1))
  • A licensee must, within 30 days after the licence is issued under section 60(1), advise the local government that issued the licence of the name and contact details of each food safety supervisor for the food business under the licence. (Food Act, Part 7, Division 2, Section 88 (1)

For further information please visit
http://www.health.qld.gov.au/ph/documents/ehu/33147.pdf

South Australia Food Safety Handling Training Course Requirements

Narbil Training is permitted to deliver the National Unit of Competency - 'Implement Food Safety Procedures' (SITXFSA001A) training online course in South Australia.
For further information please visit
http://www.dh.sa.gov.au/pehs/Food/food-training.htm

Australian Capital Territory Food Safety Handling Training Course Requirements

Narbil Training is permitted to deliver the National Unit of Competency - 'Implement Food Safety Procedures' (SITXFSA001A) training online course in Australian Capital Territory.
For further information please visit
http://www.health.act.gov.au/c/health?a=sendfile&ft=p&fid=1249964485&sid=

Northern Territory Food Safety Handling Training Course Requirements

Narbil Training is permitted to deliver the National Unit of Competency - 'Implement Food Safety Procedures' (SITXFSA001A) training online course in Western Australia.
For further information please visit
http://health.nt.gov.au/library/scripts/objectifyMedia.aspx?file=pdf/16/56.pdf&siteID=1&str_title=Skills%20and%20Knowledge.pdf

Western Australia Food Safety Handling Training Course Requirements

Narbil Training is permitted to deliver the National Unit of Competency - 'Implement Food Safety Procedures' (SITXFSA001A) training online course in Western Australia.
For further information please visit
http://www.public.health.wa.gov.au/2/1061/2/food.pm

Tasmania Food Safety Handling Training Course Requirements

Narbil Training is permitted to deliver the National Unit of Competency - 'Implement Food Safety Procedures' (SITXFSA001A) training online course in Tasmania.
For further information please visit
http://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/54955/39997-TF1a.pdf

Victoria Food Safety Handling Training Course Requirements

Narbil Training is permitted to deliver the National Unit of Competency - 'Implement Food Safety Procedures' (SITXFSA001A) training online course in Victoria.
For further information please visit
http://www.health.vic.gov.au/foodsafety/downloads/handler-skills1004.pdf

New South Wales Food Safety Handling Training Course Requirements

New food laws introduced in NSW require certain food businesses in the hospitality
and retail food service sector to appoint at least one trained Food Safety Supervisor (FSS).
It is expected that businesses will have 12 months to appoint a trained FSS. The Authority expects this 12 month implementation period to begin in September 2010 and conclude in September 2011. For further information please visit
http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/


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