The City of Chicago is currently in Phase Four: "Gradually Resume." Many City services have adjusted hours or locations and may require health screens prior to entering their physical spaces. Please call ahead or visit any department's website to get additional details, or visit chicago.gov/covid-19.
A certified Food Service Sanitation Manager is on duty at all times when potentially hazardous food is prepared or served. This person is responsible for overseeing the food handling and preparation process to prevent the occurrence of food-borne illness.
The Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification program is administered by the Department of Public Health and other approved training providers. This program is designed to offer food handlers and supervisors a basic food science background and develop knowledge for the proper handling of food and the unsanitary maintenance of food establishments.
To obtain a Food Service Sanitation Manager Certificate you must attend and pass an approved course. A list of approved training providers is available at the following link:
The Food Service Sanitation Manager Certificate must be posted prominently and should be in plain view of customers.
Click here for information on how to obtain a city of Chicago food service sanitation certificate.
For more information contact the Food Protection Division at: