Scheduled ServSafe Manager Course Update
- The Spring in-person course that was scheduled for April 30th has been cancelled due to COVID-19. We will be reassessing the situation in future months and will email again once we have set a date. In the meantime, Food Handler training can still be done online with organizations like the National Restaurant Association (ServSafe) and StateFoodSafety. If staff want to obtain a Food Manager Certification, StateFoodSafety now offers a social-distancing-friendly online course and all-online exam proctoring option https://www.
- ServSafe is offering their Food Handler online course (normally $15) for free until April 30th. It can be done in English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese. This is a great training for employees who do not need to take the more in-depth Food Manager course. Employees just need to create a ServSafe account and follow the link below.
- Lastly, they also have two short COVID-19 training’s that cover some common sense precautions that employees can take.
- Please click this link for the free course and to access the short COVID-19 trainings.
Countywide Public Health Orders
First and foremost we appreciate your patience and cooperation in regards to increased COVID 19 restrictions in Teton County. We are all trying to do our part to slow the spread of disease. If you chose to continue with limited operation you must abide by the Statewide Order #1.
- Countywide Public Health Order #20-2 (Closure Order) expired on March 31, 2020.
- Statewide Order #1 on Closures is still in effect.
- In offering food or beverage, a place of public accommodation may permit up to five members of the public at one time in the place of public accommodation for the purpose of picking up their food or beverage orders, so long as those individuals are at least six (6) feet apart from one another while on premises.
- The Wyoming State Health Officer has issued 3 statewide orders that regard food and are in effect throughout Wyoming, including Teton County and the City of Jackson Wyoming and are in effect through April 17, 2020.
A quick reminder to check-in with employees about their health on a daily basis. They should be excluded from work if they have any of the following symptoms: cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, or fever. They may return to work after being examined by their health care provider, or if not possible, they should observe the following guidance before returning to work:
- At least 3 days (72 hours) have passed since all symptoms have ended; AND
- At least 7 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.
See the CDC for more info: https://www.cdc.gov/
Please email Sara Budge at email@example.com for further questions. Or call the Environmental Health office at
(307) 732 - 8490
- Interim Guidance for Restaurants and Food Facilities
- COVID-19 Guidance for Grocery Stores, Convenience Stores & Markets
- Interim Guidance for Food Volunteers during COVID-19
- Curbside Food Service Protocol
- National Restaurant Association COVID-19