For Immediate Release Contact: Laurie Fox, Public Information Officer
June 9, 2020 937-374-5669/866-858-3588; firstname.lastname@example.org
XENIA, OH – Greene County Public Health officials announced today that food training courses will resume in July. However, in order to maintain proper social distancing measures, the location for the next ServSafe® Manager’s Certification Course scheduled for July 15th and 22nd (two-day class) has been changed. The class will now be held in the auditorium at the Herman N. Menapace Health Education Center located at 1140 N. Monroe Drive in Xenia. This location allows for greater availability of space to maintain proper social distancing of 6’ between participants.
To keep all participants and our employees safe, facial coverings will be strongly recommended when entering or leaving the class, however, participants may remove them once seated during class. Temperatures will be taken of all participants at the registration area and if any participant’s temperature is 100.4° F or higher, they will not be permitted to take the class and will have to return home to reschedule for a later date. Hand sanitizer will be available at the registration table. Registered participants are encouraged to stay home if they are ill.
Please refer to our schedule of classes online at http://www.gcph.info/files/resources/Food_Training_Schedule.pdf. The next available ServSafe® Manager’s Certification Course is scheduled for September 9th & 16th, 8:00am-5:00pm on both days.
For more information on Greene County Public Health’s food training/certification program, visit the website at www.gcph.info or call 937-374-5607.