Megan Heidlberg of WNEG NewsCHANNEL 32 reports that Susan Henning, along with 14 other restaurant managers and employees, are trading in their spatulas and aprons for pens and workbooks. That training is crucial since one mistake could make thousands of people very sick, or worse.
During the two day class, instructors like Dr. Elizabeth Anders are serving up the most common ways food can become contaminated. That can happen by not keeping foods at a high enough heat, or by mishandling it.
The class is also learning how to detect bacteria, and make sure they aren’t spreading germs.