Montgomery, Ala. (January 12, 2018) — When your facility is responsible for making about 700 meals a day, having extra expertise in food safety certainly helps keep operations running smoothly. The administrator of local long-term care facility, Capitol Hill Healthcare, has attained one of the highest levels of certification from the National Restaurant Association.
Sharon Baker has become a Certified ServSafe Instructor and Registered ServSafe Examination Proctor and plans to do everything she can to use her education to help her facility. She plans to teach enhanced food safety and handling to her staff. In future, she will be responsible for administration of the print and online examinations.
“Commitment to food safety and education helps identify potential risks. Identifying risks helps reduce them and will keep our operation, staff and residents safe,” Baker said. “Food safety is part of caring for our residents and ensuring them the best quality of life.”