Temporary Food License / Plan Review / training / food recalls
TEMPORARY FOOD LICENSE
In general, a Temporary Food License is needed when food is being prepared and/or sold at an event for no more than 5 days in a row. Seven (7) days are allowed for the county fair for Fulton County residents.
There are exemptions (church premises, school premises, volunteer fire department, etc).
Please speak with a Health Department representative before applying for a Temporary Food License.
Plan Review (New & Remodeled Food Facilities)
Food Safety Training
In-service training customized to your employees needs is available upon request. Sanitarians will come on-site and provide training on topics such as handwashing, proper cooling, personal hygiene, etc. These are usually short presentations, 20 minutes to 60 minutes in length. There is currently no cost for in-service training.
Level I Food Safety Training. This is a standardized training, 3 hours in length. We utilize the ServSafe Employee Level Training material. There is a cost of $20.00 per student. This training can be done on-site or at the Fulton County Health Department. A minimum of 5 people is needed to hold a class. Individuals completing this course receive a Level I Food Safety Certification that is recognized throughout Ohio.
Level II Food Safety Training. This is a standardized training, 16 hours in length. We utilize the ServSafe Essentials text book. There is a cost for this training. This training is offered at the Fulton County Health Department, once a year usually during the months of March-April-May. A minimum of 5 people is needed to hold a class. Individuals completing this course receive a Level II Food Safety Certification that is recognized throughout the United States.
Food Recalls/U.S. Food & Drug Administration