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Compliance Training

The IGA Coca-Cola Institute has developed compliance based courses that require specific instructions in order to receive completion for those courses. The following tabs contain those instructions for each course.

Feel free to call the Institute at 773-695-2611 or contact us if you have any questions regarding this process.


Courses:


Bloodborne Pathogens

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Accidents can happen in the workplace and it’s important to be prepared. This course will help you prepare for accidents that may cause bloodborne pathogens to contaminate surfaces, equipment, or you.

 
Cashier - Alcohol Sales Compliance 
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This course is designed for food retailers who sell alcohol. Alcohol sales are strictly regulated, so associates will occasionally have to refuse a sale to a minor or a person who is intoxicated. Additionally, this course explains the effect alcohol has on behavior, defines blood alcohol content, classifies legal forms of identification and discusses what to do with fake IDs.

 

Cashier - Alcohol Sales Compliance – Montana

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This course is designed for food retailers who sell alcohol in the state of Montana. Alcohol sales are strictly regulated, so associates will occasionally have to refuse a sale to a minor or a person who is intoxicated. Additionally, this course explains the effect alcohol has on behavior, defines blood alcohol content, classifies legal forms of identification and discusses what to do with fake IDs.

 

Cashier - Tobacco Sales Compliance

Tobacco Sales Compliance

Tobacco products are addictive and have many serious and detrimental effects on health.

 

Cashier - Tobacco Sales Compliance - California

Tobacco

Tobacco products are addictive and have many serious and detrimental effects on health.

 

Tobacco Law Compliance – New York

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This course has been reviewed by the New York State (NYS) Department of Health. It has been accepted as a NYS Certified Tobacco Sales Training Program. The IGA Coca-Cola Institute’s provider number is 083-1007.

After completing this course, you will understand the health effects of tobacco and the laws of New York State, as well as when and how to refuse sales.

Cashier - WIC Administrative Procedures

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This is the second in a two-course WIC curriculum. This course focuses on the WIC compliance needs of owners and bookkeepers, and educates retailers on how to run a successful and compliant WIC program.

In order to better serve your WIC consumers, you must follow proper procedures to ensure continued benefits. This includes knowing how to properly process WIC checks, ordering the minimum WIC stock requirements and complying with your WIC contract.

 

Cashier - WIC Training

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We have developed ten food and safety courses that are meant to prepare you for the Food Safety Manager Certification Exam/Grocery Store Exam.


 

Cashier - WIC Training (MN)

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Looking for a new resource to help your cashiers? The Accepting WIC Vouchers module is interactive and will help teach cashiers what they need to know about WIC, including how to tell if foods are WIC allowed, how to transact WIC vouchers, and how to provide excellent customer service to WIC customers.

 

Food Handler Compliance (NRFSP Certification)

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As of July 2014, the states of Illinois, Texas, California, Florida and Arizona will require all food handlers to be certified. To assist you in meeting these new state regulations, we have partnered with the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals (NRFSP) to bring you the Food Handler’s Compliance course. The course is ANSI accredited, it is nationally recognized in all 50 states and reflects the 2013 FDA Food Code.

The NRFSP develops and maintains certification examination programs for the food safety profession. It is recognized internationally by the food service industry for its examinations and service delivery standards and practices.

Since this service is provided by the NRFSP, there is a charge of $10 per student, payable online with a credit card. Please note that this is a discounted price from the regular pricing of $12.95. The fee covers the students to the access course, testing and certificate program. Students have 30 days from the registration date to complete the course.

 

Food Safety & Sanitation Basics

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Public health has seen vast improvements in recent years, but nevertheless, there are still cases of food-borne illness that can result in hospitalization, or even death.

You—as a representative of the food retail industry—may be one of the last people to handle a consumer’s food before it reaches his or her home. For this reason, it is vital that you ensure your store is sanitized and the food you sell is safe for your consumers to eat.

 

Food Safety & Sanitation Curriculum (FSS 1-10)

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We have developed food and safety courses that are meant to prepare you for the Food Safety Manager Certification Exam developed by the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals. This exam assesses and certifies the food safety knowledge of people in the food retail industry. The courses in this curriculum and the certified exam are based on the 2013 US Food and Drug Administration Food Code (FDA).

 

New York Food Safety & Sanitation

thermometerAfter completing this course, you will understand the preventative measures you must take as a food handler.

OSHA Hazard Communication Standards

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OSHA Hazard Communication System (HCS) now includes the criteria and provisions listed in the United Nations Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, known as GHS.

The modifications to HCS affect the labeling of hazardous materials as well as the safety data sheets that accompany these products. As a food retail associate, you must be familiar with these formats when you see them on hazardous products in your workplace.

 

Sexual Harassment

Sexual HarassmentAwareness of sexual harassment in the workplace has increased rapidly in recent years, and retailers must communicate to every associate that sexual harassment will not be tolerated within their stores. This is accomplished by implementing a sexual harassment program that ensures all associates understand and comply with the standards of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

In this course, you will learn the meaning of the term “sexual harassment,” differentiate between the classification of different kinds of sexual harassment and view examples of preventative measure.

Sexual Harassment - Employees

Sexual Harassment - Employee 2Awareness of sexual harassment in the workplace has increased rapidly in recent years, and retailers must communicate to every associate that sexual harassment will not be tolerated within their stores. This is accomplished by implementing a sexual harassment program that ensures all associates understand and comply with the standards of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

In this course, you will learn the meaning of the term “sexual harassment,” differentiate between the classification of different kinds of sexual harassment and view examples of preventative measures.

Sexual Harassment - Supervisors

Sexual Harassment - Supervisors 2A prompt and effective response to a complaint can limit or entirely eliminate an employer’s liability in a discrimination, harassment, or retaliation lawsuit, it is imperative that employers implement an effective mechanism to investigate and resolve workplace complaints.

Stress Management

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Stress is a normal part of life, but too much of it can have devastating effects on physical and mental health. It stems from many causes, among them lack of sleep, depression, work and financial stability.

This course will test your stress levels and help you determine if you need to reduce the stress in your life. You will also learn causes and effects, as well as simple steps and small changes you can make to manage your stress. 

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Training

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As an authorized SNAP retailer, USDA expects all firms to be able to demonstrate that they maintain an established operational compliance policy and program to prevent SNAP violations from occurring. Training is required for new owners AND new employees within 30 days of employment. USDA FNS also requires refresher training to be conducted once a year. Should a SNAP violation occur, it’s very important that the retailer can show documentation of the training for both new employees and the annual refresher training. 


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