Hotel and Restaurant Association of Northern India organised the 37th Food Safety Training & Certification (FOSTAC) programme at Jodhpur. The objective of the session was to train the hospitality aspirants in food safety. The faculty of the session was Vikas Gupta, Professor, Amity University Noida who enlightened the participants on various food safety measures and the policy framework in this regard.
Surendra Kumar Jaiswal, President, HRANI said, “The training is among our efforts to skill the youth and ensure brighter prospects in the hospitality sector. Backed by increasing disposable income, urbanization and globalization, hospitality is a sunrise segment of the Indian economy.”
Deepak Parihar, Managing Committee Member, HRANI, said, “Food safety is a first step to ensuring a healthy population and thereby economic productivity. We are glad to receive an overwhelming response to the workshop.”
Renu Thapliyal, Secretary General, HRANI, said, “We have been conducting the FOSTAC Programmes for the past three years in different cities of Northern India. The next three training programme are scheduled in Faridabad on March 26, 2020 at Radisson Blu Faridabad, Shimla on March 28, 2020 at The Oberoi Cecil & in New Delhi on April 18, 2020 at The Oberoi, New Delhi respectively. We aim a ensuring the maximum hospitality professionals from our member units are benefitted from this training.”
Hotel and Restaurant Association of North India (HRANI) is the lead Training Partner for organized sector in Northern Region empanelled by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). HRANI has been doing the Food Safety Supervisor training and Certification (FOSTAC) programs in all ten states on rotation basis to facilitate the members of association.