Southeastern Idaho Public Health

Food Safety - Temporaries

Certified Food Protection Manager

Per Idaho Food Code Section 2-102.20 all facilities are required to have a Certified Food Protection Manager.

Beginning January 1, 2019 all temporary vendors are required to complete a certified food protection exam. This exam, specific to temporaries, is available free of charge and may be taken at your local health department office. It is valid for one calendar year and must be renewed each year.

This certification must be completed in order to pass your inspection and obtain your 2019 license. If you already have a certified food protection manager as required for another food facility then that may fulfill this requirement.

A study guide is available at your local office or can be viewed here. Temporary Food Manual

Please contact your local Environmental Health Specialist or the main office at (208) 239-5270 with questions or to schedule an exam.

Steps to becoming a licensed temporary vendor:

  1. Fill out the application and include a menu
  2. Pay the Fee:
    • $35.00 – temporary vendor operating for ONE day at ONE event
    • $45.00 – temporary vendor operating for TWO to THREE days at ONE event
    • $72.00 – temporary vendor operating for FOUR or more days at ONE event OR at MULTIPLE events
  3. Meet the temporary certification requirement:
    1. The test is available at Southeastern Idaho Public Health and can be taken at any of our offices.
    2. Please call the main office at 208.239.5270 to make an appointment
    3. The test is open book and you may use the temporary manual to take it
    4. The test has 25 questions and a passing score is 75%
  4. Inspection:
    1. You must be inspected and licensed before you will be allowed to operate
    2. The temporary booth inspection checklist contains the necessary requirements
    3. You may be licensed the morning of at the event OR by appointment prior to the event
    4. You MUST call the main office at 208.239.5270 to schedule your inspection

Food Safety Training Links & Downloads

Name Date Updated
  Part 1: Introduction July 26th, 2013
  Part 2: Holding Time & Temperatures July 26th, 2013
  Part 3: Poor Personal Hygiene July 26th, 2013
  Part 4: Inadequate Cooking & Contaminated Equipment July 26th, 2013
  Part 5: Adulterated Food July 26th, 2013
  Part 6: Review July 26th, 2013
  Idaho Food Safety Manual October 21st, 2013
  Idaho Food Code July 26th, 2013
  Safe Food Worker Handbook October 21st, 2013
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Vendors Packet

Name Date Updated
  Temporary Food Booth Check Sheet October 21st, 2013
  Information Packet October 21st, 2013
  Time chart for holding potentially hazardous foods out of temperature October 21st, 2013
  Proper Stacking Order of Foods in Coolers/ Freezers to Prevent Cross Contamination October 21st, 2013
  Food Safety Is In Your Hands October 21st, 2013
  How to Pass a Food Safety Health Inspection October 21st, 2013
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Food Safety - Temporaries Applications

Name
  Food License Application
  Temporary Food Manual
  Temporary Food Booth Check Sheet
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Contacts

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Our Fees

Item Fee
Food Establishment $125.00
Temporary/Intermittent $35.00, $45.00, $72.00
Full Mobile w/o Commissary $65.00
Mobile Unit or Temporary with Commissary $85.00
2 or More Licenses Under Common Ownership $150.00
2nd School Inspections $107.00
Plan Review Fee $100.00
These fees are subject to change.
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