/Food Handler Safety Training Card Program

Food Handler Safety Training Card Program

The Southern Nevada Health District has instituted changes to operations in compliance with recent directives announced by Governor Steve Sisolak.

Food Handler card services are temporarily unavailable at this time. Please visit our website, www.snhd.info, for news and updates regarding our planned re-opening in February.

During our closure, first time Food Handler Card applicants are able to work without a card until March 31, 2021. Renewing clients regardless of expiration date and those needing duplicate Food Handler Cards are able to work until June 30, 2021.

Please call back on or after February 15, 2021 to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions, please call us at (702) 759-1000.

Text only training guides. Finalized versions coming soon. Refer to the English version for corresponding visuals.

Services will be available by appointment only starting Monday, Sept. 28, 2020. First-time food handler safety training card applicants can make an appointment by calling (702) 759-0595. New card applicants will have until Dec. 31, 2020, to obtain their card. All Food Handler Safety Training Card applicants are required to complete testing at a Southern Nevada Health District location..

Free educational materials to help you prepare for the test are available below. The test will continue to be offered in multiple languages to meet the needs of all clients.

More information about the Food Handler Safety Training Testing Process is available in our Frequently Asked Questions (English and en Español).

The Food Handler Safety Training Card offers two types of cards for people employed in or operating a food establishment in Clark County:

Note: A Food Handler Safety Training Card is required for people employed in or operating a food establishment as defined by NRS 446.030. It identifies the cardholder by name and photo as having completed the required food safety training.

Contact Information

Phone: (702) 759-1099

Updated on: January 19, 2021