Food Protection: Four-Hour Course for Soup Kitchen and Summer Camp Workers

This course satisfies the NYC Health Code requirement that anyone who works at or is a volunteer in a soup kitchen, and anyone who works at a summer or day camp and serves food prepared elsewhere or food provided by the USDA under a summer feeding program, be certified in a course on Food Safety. The course includes a presentation on Food Safety and case studies.

Cost: Free

Frequency and Duration: This is a four-hour course conducted once each month (more classes are added in the spring and summer).

Participants who complete the course are issued laminated cards as proof that they have completed a course in food safety.

To prepare for the course, read Quick Food Safety Guide (PDF)
Other Languages: EspaƱol

Location of Class

The Riverside Health Center
160 West 100th Street, 3rd Floor
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