Education & Training Opportunities
Below are food safety education opportunities offered through Ottawa County. For more information or to sign up
for a course, please call OCDPH Environmental Health (616) 393-5645 or email email@example.com.
Certified Manager | Food Safety 101 | Norovirus Training | Concession Stand Food Safety Training | Online Videos | Additional Opportunities
ServSafe Class offered Tuesday, June 7, 2022 at the DHS Building in Holland.
Many food establishments are required to employ a food safety manager who is currently certified under a program accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). For a complete listing of all programs that meet this standard, along with links to more information on their exams, please click here.
Ottawa County offers the ServSafe: Food Protection Manager Certification class and exam. Successful completion of this course meets the Michigan Food Law requirement for a certified manager (MFL289.2129). Fees: ServSafe class, book, and test - $150.00. Rescheduling fee - $45.00.
All ServSafe classes are located at the Ottawa County Fillmore Street Complex, 12220 Fillmore St, West Olive, MI 49460 (Building C, Main Conference Room), unless otherwise stated when registering for the course.
Classes postponed until further notice
This is a FREE 3-hour training program for anyone interested in food safety. Participants will learn about the five major risk factors for foodborne illness and practical ways to keep food safe in any kitchen. Classes are taught by current inspectors, and are fun and interactive! This is an excellent training opportunity for new employees, and it’s also useful for anyone working in a restaurant. This course does not fulfill the Certified Manager requirement outlined in the Michigan Food Law.
All Food Safety 101 classes are located at the Ottawa County Department of Public Health Holland office (unless otherwise noted), 12251 James St, Holland, MI 49424 (Building C, Main Conference Room).
This FREE course is intended for long-term care facilities. An environmental health specialist and Public Health nurses will go on-site to educate staff members about norovirus; including prevention and cleanup. This course is available by request between October and December. For more information or to schedule a training session, please call OCDPH Environmental Health (616) 393-5645 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.YouTube channel.
Temporary Food Vendor Training Videoenvironmentalhealth@miottawa.org.