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WINTER PARKING BAN LIFTED! TODAY’S DATE IS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13TH, 2017. THE CITY OF MONTPELIER HAS LIFTED THE CITYWIDE WINTER PARKING BAN. MONITOR LOCAL MEDIA, THE CITY OF MONTPELIER WEB PAGE AT WWW.MONTPELIER-VT.ORG AND THE EMERGENCY WINTER PARKING BAN INFORMATION HOTLINE (802--262-6200) FOR UPDATES.
Posted: December 13, 2017, 4:30 pm

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Who Should Attend:
Managers, Cooks, Deli Staff, Chefs, Wait staff, Bartenders, Supervisors, Owners, Caterers, anyone who prepares, handles, or serves food for the public.

Why You Should Attend: According to the National Restaurant Association, an outbreak of food-borne illness can cost a food service operation over $75,000 in legal fees, medical claims, lost wages and sanitizing costs. A staff certified by the ServSafe® Food Protection Manager program can help protect an employer against these losses. A ServSafe® certification is valid for five years and is highly recommended by the Vermont Health Department.

Cost: $185 per person – non-member; $135 per person – Vermont Chamber of Commerce  member

Cost Includes: Textbook, tuition, and exam; certificate; beverages such as coffee, tea, and water. (Lunch not included.)

(Deadline to Register: November 29, 2017)

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Thanks,
Karen Foote
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
802-262-2119
kfoote@vtchamber.com



 

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Who Should Attend:
Managers, Cooks, Deli Staff, Chefs, Wait staff, Bartenders, Supervisors, Owners, Caterers, anyone who prepares, handles, or serves food for the public.

Why You Should Attend: According to the National Restaurant Association, an outbreak of food-borne illness can cost a food service operation over $75,000 in legal fees, medical claims, lost wages and sanitizing costs. A staff certified by the ServSafe® Food Protection Manager program can help protect an employer against these losses. A ServSafe® certification is valid for five years and is highly recommended by the Vermont Health Department.

Cost: $185 per person – non-member; $135 per person – Vermont Chamber of Commerce  member

Cost Includes: Textbook, tuition, and exam; certificate; beverages such as coffee, tea, and water. (Lunch not included.)

(Deadline to Register: November 29, 2017)

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Thanks,
Karen Foote
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
802-262-2119
kfoote@vtchamber.com



 

Posted: December 4, 2017, 8:08 pm

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