(410 ILCS 625/3)
(from Ch. 56 1/2, par. 333)
Each food service establishment shall be under the operational
supervision of a certified food service sanitation manager in accordance
with rules promulgated under this Act.
By July 1, 1990, the Director of the Department of Public Health in
accordance with this Act, shall
promulgate rules for the education, examination, and certification of food
service establishment managers and instructors of the food service
sanitation manager certification education programs. A food service
sanitation manager certificate and a food service sanitation manager
instructor certificate shall be valid for 5 years, unless revoked by the
Department of Public Health, and shall not be transferable from the
individual to whom it was issued. Recertification shall be accomplished by
presenting evidence of ongoing food safety and food sanitation education or
re-examination, in compliance with rules promulgated by the Director. Existing
certificates shall expire on the printed expiration date or 5 years from
the effective date of this amendatory Act of 1989.
Any individual may elect to take the Department of Public Health food
service sanitation manager certification examination
or take an examination
administered by a testing authority previously approved by the Department.
The Department shall charge
a fee of $35 for each new and renewed food service sanitation manager
certificate and $10 for each replacement certificate.
All fees collected
under this Section shall be deposited into the Food and Drug Safety Fund.
fee received by the Department under this Section that is submitted for the
renewal of an expired food service sanitation manager certificate may be
returned by the Director after recording the receipt of the fee and the reason
for its return.
(Source: P.A. 89-641, eff. 8-9-96.)