Ice Safety (Course)

Uncover the Secrets to Protecting Customers from Bacteria-Infested Ice & Ice Machines and Stop Making Customers Sick with Dirty Ice

Although this module is for everyone in the Food and Beverage, and Hospitality, Industry, everyone can benefit from understanding the importance of ice safety.

In this module, you will learn how to prevent ice contamination, the importance of ice safety, how to remove ice with a designated scoop and store the scoop outside the ice supply, how to properly clean an ice machine, and how ice is considered a food by law.

You will easily stay engaged throughout the course with activities, scenarios, downloadable worksheets, and more!

It should take approximately 45 minutes to complete this module, including a 20-question assessment at the end, which you will need to pass with a score of 75% or higher, to receive your completion certificate.

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Ice Safety

Uncover the Secrets to Protecting Customers from Bacteria-Infested Ice & Ice Machines and Stop Making Customers Sick with Dirty Ice

Although this module is for everyone in the Food and Beverage, and Hospitality, Industry, everyone can benefit from understanding the importance of ice safety.

In this module, you will learn how to prevent ice contamination, the importance of ice safety, how to remove ice with a designated scoop and store the scoop outside the ice supply, how to properly clean an ice machine, and how ice is considered a food by law.

You will easily stay engaged throughout the course with activities, scenarios, downloadable worksheets, and more!

It should take approximately 45 minutes to complete this module, including a 20-question assessment at the end, which you will need to pass with a score of 75% or higher, to receive your completion certificate.


Course Introduction Video

Note: Course Introduction video should be viewed before starting the course.