What or who is the most responsible for training new staff about safe food handling practices?
Explanation: Everyone should share safe food handling knowledge with each other. But the Certified Food Manager (CFM), is the one who has studied the subject of food safety and has proven their knowledge by passing an exam. The responsibility falls mostly on the Certified Food Manager to ensure that the entire establishment is practicing safe food handling methods.The 7th Edition ServSafe Manager textbook has been updated in this regard. The 2017 FDA Food Code now refers to the "CFM" as the "PIC", or "Person in Charge".