Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM)

  • Beginning March 1st, 2025 the person in charge must be a CFPM at most food establishments. A CFPM may not be required during all  hours of operation. Examples include, but are not limited to: low risk food preparation prior to the establishment opening (bakeries) or an establishment that has operation times when drinks/low risk foods are served but the kitchen is closed (bars).
  • CSU Extension Certified Food Protection Manager

Food Safety Works

  • Food Safety Works is a training for food service workers that covers the basic requirements for safe food handling. Properly trained food handlers can improve food safety and reduce risks and behaviors commonly associated with foodborne illness and outbreaks. Successful completion of the course provides a 2-year certification. Basic food safety training is not a requirement of the 2022 Food Code.
  • Food Safety Works

Food Safety Training for Cottage Food Producers

  • The Colorado Cottage Foods Act requires producers to complete a food safety training course prior to starting a cottage foods business.These trainings cover specifics of the Colorado Cottage Food Act and how to safely operate a food business from a home kitchen. 
  • Cottage Food Safety Training