Supervising Food Safety

The top food safety book for managers/supervisors for 20 years+
By leading food safety expert Richard Sprenger
Covers knowledge to achieve a L3 food safety qualification
Vital for for initial/refresher training and reference


Lifetime | 12 , 6 or 3 Months

Study Mode

eBook (PDF)

What is Included?

  • Study plans with flexibility of time and space.
  • Globally recognized and authentic reading material.
  • Lifetime membership of COTHM Community of Hospitality Students & Professionals.
  • Lifetime access to the Online Events Portal to attend webinars and talks by industry experts
  • Career Pathway & Education pathway counseling


Who should attend?
  • Freshers/recent pass-outs
  • Industry professionals

About this Course​

Knowledgeable supervisors and managers are the key to food safety. Richard Sprenger’s Supervising Food Safety book provides essential, practical food safety information that supervisors and managers need to be able to effectively manage staff to provide safe food.

It has been written to cover the key learning outcomes of level 3 food safety qualifications, making it an essential read for all learners on level 3 food safety courses. It can also be used as a reference guide to help supervisors make correct decisions regarding food safety and should be issued to all key team members, senior staff, supervisors, assistant managers and managers.

Education Path

The knowledge acquired through this ebook can lead you to L3 food safety qualification by Highfiled International.

Career Path

After obtaining food safety certification, there are many potential career paths that you could pursue. Some options might include:

  1. Food safety manager: You could work in a variety of settings, including restaurants, food processing plants, and grocery stores, to ensure that food is handled, stored, and prepared safely to prevent foodborne illness.
  2. Food inspector: You could work for a government agency or private company to inspect food establishments and ensure that they are complying with food safety regulations.
  3. Food scientist: You could work in research and development, analyzing the safety and quality of food products and developing new products.
  4. HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) coordinator: You could work in a food processing plant or other food industry setting to implement and maintain HACCP plans, which are designed to identify and prevent food safety hazards.
  5. Consultant: You could work with food businesses to help them implement food safety systems, conduct risk assessments, and improve their food safety practices.

There are many other potential careers that you could pursue with food safety certification, depending on your interests and goals.


  • Self Study Only.
  • Assessment not included.
  • Please gent in touch with our admissions team to inquire more.

Awarding Body


This PDF is a publication Highfield International, a global leader in international qualifications, training materials and e-learning. This e-book can be used as study material to pursue certification through enrollment in one of Highfield's online courses. Follow the link below to learn more about Highfield's online certification programs.


Topics covered:

  • Microbiology
  • Food contamination hazards and controls
  • Food poisoning and foodborne disease
  • Personal hygiene
  • Storage/temperature control
  • Food spoilage and preservation
  • Food premises and equipment
  • Cleaning and disinfection
  • Pest control
  • Supervisory management/HACCP
  • Food safety legislation

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