How to Get Your Alaska Food Handler Card
Getting an Alaska food handler card could not be easier. Click on Enroll Now and complete the course with 90 minutes or less. Next, print your Alaska food handler permit. Sometimes, you might need to complete an application to get your permit with the city clerk's office. In any case, you’ll need to present this completed Alaska food handler certificate before going in.
You'll learn what is needed to prevent foodborne illness for your customers where you’re at work. So once you have your certificate, you can use it to show your employer and state health officials that you understand food safety best practices.
How do I get an Alaska Food Handler's Card?
Getting an Alaskan Food Handler's card online is easy. Tap Series provides an easy to comprehend course that does not take long to complete. The course is about 90 minutes. Some people easily complete it in less amount of time. You complete the course in one sitting or come back to complete it when you have time. Log out and log back in as many times as needed. Learn at your own pace at anytime, anywhere, and on any computer, tablet, or cell phone.
Who needs a Food Handlers Card in Alaska?
Everyone who serves food in Alaska must be certified! Along with anyone who works with unpackaged foods, potentially hazardous food, or food-contact surfaces.
- Chefs, cooks, servers, bartenders, meat cutters, food counter workers, dishwashers, etc.
- Food Workers who work anywhere in the state, excluding the Municipality of Anchorage.
Note: Food Workers in the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) need a card issued by the MOA.