Food Safety Training
eFoodHandlers is a national, ANSI-accredited food safety training provider. Our interactive program
includes videos and learning exercises to provide quality training options for every learning style.
Your source for APPROVED UTAH STATE food safety training & testing.
This Food Handler training program will teach you safe food handling practices so that you can keep the public safe!
Only $7 + $15 health department fee.
Upon completion of the Utah food handler course and test, you will earn a temporary certificate,
valid as a permit for 30 days. The health department you designate will mail you your official Utah Food Handlers Permit. Refer to the UT Food Handlers Card printing page for more information. To learn more about how to get your Utah Food Handlers Permit, click here.
SALT LAKE CITY
WEST VALLEY CITY
Questions & Answers
Our program is ANSI-Accredited. This means our training has met rigorous standards and is broadly accepted
through the US.
ANSI accreditation is a requirement under Utah law. ANSI providers will have a visible logo with an
issue number on their website.
You can take the exam as many time as
required. However, after 2 failed attempts, you must retake the course. There is not an extra charge for
retaking the course.
How long is my Food Handlers Card valid?
It is valid for 3 years. At the end of that period, you will need to retake the course and pass the exam.
eFoodhandlers makes that process simple and straightforward.
How many times can I take the exam?
You can take the exam as many time as required. However, after 2 failed attempts, you must retake the
course. There is not an extra charge for retaking the course.
In Utah, the Utah Department of Health (DOH) mandates food workers to acquire a food worker permit within 14 days from the start of work. Once you completed your eFoodhandlers training, take your certificate to your local Environmental Health office to acquire your official permit.
Utah Counties assess a $15 Fee on all certificates. This will be added to your Certificate Fee. For more information, visit: http://www.rules.utah.gov/publicat/bulletin/2013/20130601/37589.htm. The eFoodhandlers Basic Food Safety course is APPROVED for food workers in Utah.