Cancellation by SFH
Food Handlers Corporation (SFH) reserves the right to reschedule any course due
to a variety of reasons, but not limited to instructor availability, inclement
weather, unforeseen circumstances, or insufficient number of students. SFH
will do the best of its ability, to notify students of the course cancellation.
A student that was rescheduled by SFH may reschedule with SFH to any other course date without having to
pay a rescheduling fee. Course
refunds will not be given.
There is a $30
rescheduling fee added for changing a class date after initial registration
date. Students can also retake an examination within a 3 month period by
only paying $50 for the exam retake. Students waiting more than 3 months
must pay for the entire class fee again.
No refunds will be given for classes cancelled after 90 days of initial
materials and instructor comments
Although SFH makes every effort to assure that its
training materials, training programs, course literature,
and instructors and their comments meet the requirements of regulatory agencies,
all companies, organizations and attendees
agree to indemnify and hold harmless SFH, itís advertising and promotional
agencies, and their respective officers, directors, employees, agents,
successors and assigns from and against any and all suits, judgments,
proceedings, claims (whether valid or invalid), losses, cost and expenses
(including reasonable attorneys fees), related to training classes, materials
and topics covered, and understand that they have no relation and are not
responsible for individual, company or organizational acts that may negatively,
whether intentional or unintentional, create a safety hazard and become harmful
to the general public, individuals, companies, organizations or associations.
Food Safety Training
have up to 90 days from their registration date to complete the online
program. After that time, they will be locked out of the program and must
repurchase the online training. Also, once a student has completed the
final examination, they will be locked out of the online program.
The Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act, or Check 21, took effect in 2004.
This law allows banks to replace paper checks with digital copies of the
originals. All checks made payable to Safe Food Handlers received from
customers will be converted into an electronic payment, according to rules
established by NACHA, the nonprofit Electronic Payments Association that
develops business practices for electronic payments.
information is required as it pertains to these disclosures, please contact Ron
Thomas, Director of Marketing and Education at ron.thomas.sfhcorp.com