Do I need a Riverside County Food Handlers Card? If you are a food handler in Riverside County, California, you are required to complete a food safety course that is approved for use in Riverside County, California. Completing an approved food safety course will award you with a Riverside County Food Handlers Card. A food handler is someone who handles, prepares, serves, sells, or gives away food for human consumption.
*The Riverside County Food Handlers Card is valid in Riverside County, California. The State of California Food Handler Cards are not valid within Riverside County.
Is this food handler training and test approved for my area?
When do I need to get my Riverside County Food Handlers Card?
Within 1 week of starting work.
If I get timed out, how do I log back in to finish my training?
Click on the Login icon on the top right-hand corner of riverside.statefoodsafety.com. Once you log in again, you will return to where you left off.
Can I bypass the training portion?
You cannot bypass the training portion. Training is a required part of this certificate program.
What do I get when I finish the Riverside County Food Handlers Card course?
Riverside County Food Handler Card
Can I get the card printed at your office?
The Riverside County Department of Environmental Health does not provide this service. You can print your card at home or somewhere that provides printing services such as a local library.
How long is my food handlers card valid for?
Your food handlers card will be valid for 2 years.
How do I renew my food handlers card?
If your card has expired, you will need to purchase and retake the Riverside County Food Handlers Card training and test. If you need to reprint your current card, log in and go to the My Certificates section on your Dashboard. From there, you can click View and print your card.