Food Handling Training
To comply with the Ministry of Health and Local Council’s rules and regulations, all food handlers should attend training in the food handling course conducted by an approved food handling course in Malaysia training School, recognized by the Ministry of Health.
This thorough but straightforward curriculum will include valuable advice and experience on food handling techniques and instruction on food hygiene and safety concepts.
This food handling course Malaysia necessary for all types of food handlers, including those in the food processing, food service/hospitality and food retail sectors.
We recommend this course for people affiliated with the food industry to raise awareness and acquire basic food hygiene and foodborne danger prevention knowledge.
All food handlers must attend the food handler course, as a mandatory requirement of the Ministry of Health Malaysia. A fine of not more than RM10,000 or not more than two years imprisonment would fail to do so. This program is carried out in 8 modules, as prescribed by the Ministry of Health.
- Food Act 1983
- Food Hygiene Regulation 2009
- Responsibilities of employers and staff
- Benefits of cleanliness exercise
- Food Safety & Hygiene
- Food quality and food contamination
- Contamination Agents
- Food Borne Diseases
- Food poisoning prevention
- Regulation of waste and control of pests
- Job ethics washing, sanitation, hygiene of individuals & premises
Benefits of Food Handling Course
A significant step to creating a food safety culture is educating the workers and supervisors in hygiene best practices. Failure to do this raises the risk of food contamination and the ill health of the population. This can, in turn, contribute to consumer dissatisfaction, potentially enormous legal costs and the loss of your right name and market share.
Other advantages include:
- Increase confidence and assurance of customer.
- The positive knowledge, attitude and practice help creating essential food hygiene culture.
- Fulfillment of the regulatory requirement.
- Increase the protection and quality of goods.
- Acquire useful advice for achieving quality and food safety practices.
- Understand the risk/danger of unsafe practices in food handling.
- Apply all the best practices (GMP/GHP).
- Aware of the laws on feeding, legislation, and food for health.
You have to undergo a food handling certificate course from any training school approved by the Ministry of Health to become a qualified food handling professional. You must pass and sustain the mandatory standard of attendance to get a food handling certificate Malaysia. The Ministry of Health and the Local Health Department should recognize your food handling certificate in Malaysia.
For the certificate to be given to you, you must also fulfil the local regulatory criteria. The Ministry of Health will accept this certificate, and the Halal/GMP/HACCP/FSMS auditors will even recognize it. The certificate will be valid for life.