✔ In South Australia Food businesses have a legal responsibility under Standard 3.2.2 and 3.2.2A Clause 3 of the Food Standards Code to make sure staff who undertake or supervise food handling activities have skills and knowledge in food safety and food hygiene commensurate with their work activities, to ensure safe food is prepared.
✔ In South Australia, food businesses must obtain a Food Safety Supervisor (FSS) certificate (or Statement of Attainment) issued by an RTO which shows the completion of the required units of competencies within the immediate preceding 5 years which is compliant with the new national Standard 3.2.2A
✔ The food safety supervisor should be able to provide their certificate to an authorised officer, if requested.
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✔ As of 8th December 2023 a new Food Standard comes into effect Australia wide, Standard 3.2.2A.
✔ Food businesses must ensure all Food Handlers and Food Safety Supervisors (FSS) have completed a food safety training course which is compliant with Standard 3.2.2A, or have appropriate skills and knowledge.
✔ A FSS must be a person holds a food safety supervisor certificate that has been issued within the immediate preceding period of 5 years
THIS COURSE IS SUITABLE FOR LEARNERS WHO:
Under FSANZ Standard 3.2.2A, all Australian businesses that serve food must have one or more qualified Food Safety Supervisors.A Food Safety Supervisor is someone who has the appropriate food safety training to supervise food safety in a business. Food Safety Supervisors are mainly responsible for:
✔ supervising food handling staff
✔ maintaining the Food Safety Program
✔ ensuring safe food handling practices across the business
A Food Safety Supervisor is a person who:
✔ is trained to recognise and prevent risks associated with food handling in a retail food business.
✔ holds a current FSS certificate (no more than five years old),
✔ is not an FSS for any other food premises or mobile catering business, and
✔ can train and supervise other people in the business about safe food handling practices.
Business must appoint at least one trained FSS per premises.
The FSS course requires that you have completed the two units, being SITXFSA006 & SITXFSA005.
If you have not completed the SITXFS005 unit then you will need to purchase our COMBO option which covers both units
Please click the following link to purchase.
SITXFSA006 Participate in safe food handling practices
This nationally recognised unit of competency provides information on the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to handle food safely during the storage, preparation, display, service and disposal of food.
It requires the ability to follow predetermined procedures as outlined in a food safety program.
The unit covers the following areas;
✔ Follow food safety program.
✔ Store food safely.
✔ Prepare food safely.
✔ Provide safe single use items.
✔ Maintain a clean environment.
✔ Dispose of food safely.
✔ Safe Egg Handling
✔ Allergen Management
Everything you need to be a Food Safety Supervisor, all in one course
When you enrol in the official Job Trainer Australia Food Safety Supervisor course, you have access to everything you need to be recognised as a qualified Food Safety Supervisor in Australia.
✔ no hidden prerequisites
✔ no hidden assessment requirements
✔ no hidden fees or charges
As soon as you sign up, you have instant access to your course. As the entire training takes around 6-8 hours, some students sign up and complete the course on the same day. If you prefer to take your time, we allow 3 months to complete the course and you can start and stop as often as you like.
Assessment is undertaken using different formats, yet:
✔ All assessments are conducted as open book assessment (this means you can refer to your Learner Guide or review link or any other material during the assessment).
✔ You must read and respond to all questions,
✔ You must complete the task independently, using your own words.
✔ No marks or grades are allocated for assessment tasks. The outcome of the task will be Satisfactory or Not Yet Satisfactory.
✔ Not Yet Satisfactory will be followed up by the assessor with feedback. You must review this and resubmit your assessment considering the feedback.
✔ As you complete the assessment tasks you are demonstrating your knowledge to your trainer and assessor.
Evidence gathering techniques may be achieved from the following:
✔ Skill assessment - Observations (workplace or simulated environment)
✔ Feedback and questions during the program from the trainer
✔ Knowledge Questions such as multi-choice & Free Text questions
✔ Video/Photo Authentication
✔ Other – Any student contact. All relevant interactions with the learner, including emails are recorded and may be used to decide on a learner’s competence of the unit.
OVERVIEW - ASSESSMENT PROCESS
★ Straightforward questions to demonstrate your knowledge
★ Apply what you have learnt and complete free text questions
Skills Evidence - Observation Report
★ Unique Job Trainer Australia owned 100% online electronic feedback report, generated from your own training page with a click of a button.
★ Electronic 100% online feedback report securely accessed by your nominated observer to make a valid comment on your skills performance for this unit of competency.
✔ Before commencing this course, you will need to have completed SITXFSA005 Use hygienic practices for food safety. You may already have completed this course with another provider, simply upload evidence of your certificate.
✔ If you haven’t completed the pre-requisite unit, head to our combo page and purchase together. National Food Safety Supervisor- Combo 3
This course is delivered online with an offline practical skills demonstration.
Each student will undertake a Pre-Enrolment Review or LLND short test before enrolling to help confirm the proposed course is suitable. It will provide valuable information about an individual's existing skills and knowledge, language, literacy and numeracy skills and whether the course will help in achieving learning and/or employment goals.
The course is broken down into small, manageable sections designed to improve your learning. At the end of each section is a multiple-choice quiz. Please read the assessment tab for more information on how the assessment works.
Upon successful satisfactory completion of all assessment stages you will be deemed competent and awarded a statement of attainment which can be used towards a nationally recognised training course or qualification.
Assessment stage 1 - Knowledge - Multiple Choice & Free text.
✩ After completion of each of the modules, a multiple-choice & free text assessment is presented.
✩ Each module assessment comprises of a combination of multiple-choice questions such as drag and drop, fill in the missing word. In addition, there are a number of Free Text questions where you will be required to source, read and interpret information and answer in your own words.
✩ All questions must be answered correctly within each module in order to proceed.
✩ Once you have satisfactorily completed Assessment 1 – you will move onto Assessment Stage 2
Assessment Stage 2 – Skills and Knowledge – Other Party Evidence Checklist (OPEC)
✩ Our custom designed online platform allows you to directly send your electronic observation checklist from your training page to your nominated observer with just a click of a button.
✩ Your nominated observer will be able to access and complete the secure online observation checklist.
✩ Results sent directly to our assessors, saving time by providing you with quick turn-around assessor feedback.
✩ Assessment stage 2 requires another party to observe and collect evidence that you are able to perform the required skills and apply the required knowledge on a regular basis in a work environment.
✩ Once deemed competent you will be awarded your Statement of Attainment in; SITXFSA006 Participate in safe food handling practices
FEEDBACK AND COMPLETION
✔ Please allow two (2) working days for assessment.
✔ You will be provided with 3 attempts for each assessment question, if you exceed 3 attempts you will be offered feedback. You will be required to review the learning again to reattempt the question.
✔ Feedback from your assessor for the free text questions and OPEC will be provided via your training account. You will be required to review the feedback and modify your response before resubmitting.
✔ Please note - Your work will only be assessed by a JTA assessor upon your submission of your OPEC.
✔ Competency Conversation - if a trainer and assessor needs to clarify any aspect of your submission, they will contact you to discuss.
Once an assessor deemed you as competent for this unit, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.
RESOURCES YOU WILL NEED:
★ Reliable internet
★ A mobile phone or video recording device
★ SITXFSA006 - RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS
Job Trainer Australia provides your learning resources including food standards, videos, legislation, and safety guides, which are available within your training account.
✔ Assessment material is online, though some items may be downloaded.
Reference made to Legislation and Regulations that specifically deal with:
✔ Food Safety Program
✔ Food Safety Guide
✔ The Food Standards
✔ Governing Agencies
If you own or manage a food business, you are probably aware that a new, stricter food standard will come into effect on December 8, 2023:
Standard 3.2.2A - Food Safety Management Tools.
Standard 3.2.2A is a new food safety standard for these types of businesses that aims to improve food safety and support consumer confidence.
There are three food safety management tools in the new standard:
★ food safety supervisor (FSS) -Offered by Job Trainer Australia SITXFSA006
★ food handler training - Offered by Job Trainer Australia SITXFSA005
★ substantiation of critical food safety controls (evidence tool)
Our Course covers the requirements of Standard 3.2.2A
The standard has defined what a Food Safety Training Course MUST contain.
A food safety training course means training in food safety that includes training in each of the following:
a. safe handling of food; and
b. food contamination; and
c. cleaning and sanitising of food premises and equipment; and
d. personal hygiene.
The food safety training course must include all of the listed topics.
Job Trainer Australia course contains the requirements and so much more, you will learn:
✩ safe handling of food
including temperature control measures for potentially hazardous food and understanding of the temperature danger zone
✩ food contamination
including strategies to keep raw and cooked food separate, allergen management, food storage, and use of separate utensils and chopping boards
✩ cleaning and sanitising of food premises and equipment
including correct procedures for cleaning then sanitising, using food-safe chemicals, and/or using heat as a sanitiser
✩ personal hygiene
including obligations for sick employees, handwashing, uniforms and grooming of hair, nails, skin, etc.
Food Safety Supervisors and Food Handlers
Some businesses already require an Food Safety Supervisor (FSS). The change means that these businesses will also require food handler training (for all food handlers) and if they conduct higher risk activities, the evidence tool as well.
For other businesses, the FSS requirement will be new. The new standard extends the FSS requirement to most food service, caterer and related retail businesses that are currently exempted by NSW food safety laws. These businesses will require FSS and food handler training, and if they conduct higher-risk activities, the evidence tool also. Key examples are school canteens, delicatessens and institutional settings such as gaols.
✩✩ In NSW, Food Authority licensed businesses that do not conduct retail sale of food and one-off not for profit events will be exempt from the new requirements.
What must I do to be ready before December 8?
Every business is different, Standard 3.2.2A has different requirements for different types of food-related activities. The following checklist is a good place to start:
Determine if the Standard applies to you, and which category your business falls into
★ Review your staff’s qualifications. Who needs to train or retrain?
★ Make sure you have a Food Safety Supervisor in every venue as required.
★ Get your current Food Safety Supervisors certified, or make sure their accreditations are up to date.
We are here to help you and your business. Contact us if you want to take advantage of our business solutions or if you need any more information!
Guideance on the NEW STANDARD 3.2.2Ais available on the Food Standards Australia New Zealand website.