Food Protection Manager Certification required by Michigan Law

Food Protection Manager Certification required by Michigan Law

Michigan adopted the 2005 Food Code in April 2008, requiring every licensed food service establishment in Michigan to have at least one certified food service manager on staff. The person in charge must pass an exam through an Accredited program.

There are several resources available for operators to become certified.

EnviCare Inc Consulting offers ServSafe Food Protection manager Certification Exams and Training.   All scheduled classes can be found here:  Michigan ServSafe Classes

Local health inspected establishments that must have a certified manager include:

  • All food service establishments (i.e. restaurants, bars, schools and hospitals) except:
  • mobile food establishments
  • special transitory food units
  • vending machine locations
  • temporary food service establishments

MDA inspected establishments that must have a certified manager include:

  • A food service establishment within a retail grocery.
  • Extended retail food establishments.  These are typically grocery stores with a deli and seating.
  • Establishments that press apple cider.  These establishments shall have at least 1 active employee currently certified by passing an approved food manager certification examination or having completed a current approved safe cider production course.

2 comment on “Food Protection Manager Certification required by Michigan Law

  1. Guest Reply

    cool!

  2. Clark Adams Reply

    I wish they’d apply this law for the rest of the country. With this, we can make sure that every food and other related services that require food handling, is safe, sanitary, and of course, healthy.

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