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By: National Hygiene  05/12/2011
Keywords: Food Hygiene, Hygiene Training, Food Hygiene Course

April 2011: Fourteen Leinster-based ARAMARK Ireland Food services managers have complete the Management of Food Hygiene course and examinations successfully and have been awarded certificates in Management of Food Hygiene.

Pictured with their certificates are (from left to right): Elizabeth Whelan, Joe Kenny, Niall Hooper, Joe Higgins, Nicola Paul, Tom Murphy, Larry McGrath
Front row seated, Barbara Griffiths with Denis Tucker, Chairman of the National Hygiene Partnership and Joan O’Shaughnessy, Chief Executive of ARAMARK Ireland.

The intensive course has been developed by the National Hygiene Partnership, and gives the ARAMARK managers the knowledge and skills to implement and manage a comprehensive food hygiene system and to organise ongoing hygiene training for staff.

Joan O’Shaughnessy Chief Executive of ARAMARK Ireland said, “We have always relied, and continue to rely on, the dedication and expertise of our people to set us apart from our competitors. The award of the Management of Food Hygiene certificates to our teams clearly demonstrates that we place the highest priority on the quality and safety of our food offering.”

Keywords: Food Hygiene, Food Hygiene Course, Hygiene Training

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