Oct
10
Mon
Tacoma ServSafe Manager Class @ Bargreen Ellingson
Oct 10 @ 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Tacoma ServSafe Manager Class @ Bargreen Ellingson

Registration deadline: Sept. 26

Attendees must register before the deadline. Walk-ins are not accepted and will be turned away.

 

Member: $150
Non-member: $220

 

Our ServSafe Manager classes are offered in a one-day review format. Upon registration, attendees will be mailed a ServSafe Manager book to study prior to attending the class. The WHAEF closes registration for classes two weeks in advance of the class date to ensure each attendee has ample time to study.

On the day of the class, the attendee will receive approximately four hours of review of the ServSafe Manager materials. This information is presented through videos, PowerPoint presentations, and time for Q&A and is led by certified, industry-experienced instructors.

The review is followed by the ServSafe Manager exam, proctored by the class instructor. The exam is multiple choice and available in multiple languages, large print and an instructor version are available for those interested in becoming a ServSafe instructor for their own establishment. The instructor exam is only available in English. A passing score is 75% regardless of the exam type.

Successful attendees will receive their ServSafe Manager certificates three to four weeks after the date of the class. Attendees who do not pass the exam can retake the course and exam up to three times in a 12-month period (additional fees for retakes will apply).

Accommodations are able to be made for those who need translators or have a disability

Oct
29
Sat
Spokane ServSafe Manager Class @ Mt. Spokane High School
Oct 29 @ 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Spokane ServSafe Manager Class @ Mt. Spokane High School

Registration deadline: Oct. 8

Attendees must register before the deadline. Walk-ins are not accepted and will be turned away.

 

Member: $150
Non-member: $220

Our ServSafe Manager classes are offered in a one-day review format. Upon registration, attendees will be mailed a ServSafe Manager book to study prior to attending the class. The WHAEF closes registration for classes two weeks in advance of the class date to ensure each attendee has ample time to study.

The day of the class the attendee will receive approximately four hours of review of the ServSafe Manager materials. This information is presented through videos, PowerPoint presentations, time for Q&A and led by certified, industry experienced instructors.

The review is followed by the ServSafe Manager exam, proctored by the class instructor. The exam is multiple choice and available in multiple languages, large print and an instructor version are available for those interested in becoming a ServSafe instructor for their own establishment. The instructor exam is only available in English. A passing score is 75% regardless of the exam type.

Successful attendees will receive their ServSafe Manager certificates three to four weeks after the date of the class. Attendees who do not pass the exam can retake the course and exam up to three times in a 12 month period (additional fees for retakes will apply).

Accommodations are able to be made for those who need translators or have a disability.

Nov
2
Wed
Seattle ServSafe Manager Class @ Bargreen Ellingson
Nov 2 @ 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Seattle ServSafe Manager Class @ Bargreen Ellingson

Registration deadline: Oct. 19

Attendees must register before the deadline. Walk-ins are not accepted and will be turned away.

 

Member: $150
Non-member: $220

 

Our ServSafe Manager classes are offered in a one-day review format. Upon registration, attendees will be mailed a ServSafe Manager book to study prior to attending the class. The WHAEF closes registration for classes two weeks in advance of the class date to ensure each attendee has ample time to study.

On the day of the class, the attendee will receive approximately four hours of review of the ServSafe Manager materials. This information is presented through videos, PowerPoint presentations, time for Q&A and led by certified, industry-experienced instructors.

The review is followed by the ServSafe Manager exam, proctored by the class instructor. The exam is multiple choice and available in multiple languages, large print and instructor versions are available for those interested in becoming a ServSafe instructor for their own establishment. The instructor exam is only available in English. A passing score is 75% regardless of the exam type.

Successful attendees will receive their ServSafe Manager certificates three to four weeks after the date of the class. Attendees who do not pass the exam can retake the course and exam up to three times in a 12 month period (additional fees for retakes will apply).

Accommodations are able to be made for those who need translators or have a disability

Dec
15
Thu
Q1 Retro Enrollment Deadline
Dec 15 @ 12:00 pm

WorkSafe logo              Retro logo

Retrospective Rating (Retro) is a safety incentive program offered by L&I, through a sponsoring association. In Retro, you have the potential to earn a partial refund on your workers’ compensation premiums.

Essentially, retrospective rating is another way of calculating premium, after the fact or “retroactively.” The Retro coverage period lasts 12 months, beginning January each year. About 9 months after the coverage period ends, L&I looks back on the Retro group’s actual experience and calculates the retro premium for the coverage period. If the retro premium is below what is expected, then the group can earn a partial refund on the difference.

Visit Get Started | Worksafe (worksafewa.org) to learn more.

Mar
15
Wed
Q2 Retro Enrollment Deadline
Mar 15 @ 12:00 pm

WorkSafe logo              Retro logo

Retrospective Rating (Retro) is a safety incentive program offered by L&I, through a sponsoring association. In Retro, you have the potential to earn a partial refund on your workers’ compensation premiums.

Essentially, retrospective rating is another way of calculating premium, after the fact or “retroactively.” The Retro coverage period lasts 12 months, beginning January each year. About 9 months after the coverage period ends, L&I looks back on the Retro group’s actual experience and calculates the retro premium for the coverage period. If the retro premium is below what is expected, then the group can earn a partial refund on the difference.

Visit Get Started | Worksafe (worksafewa.org) to learn more.

Jun
15
Thu
Q3 Retro Enrollment Deadline
Jun 15 @ 4:14 pm

WorkSafe logo              Retro logo

Retrospective Rating (Retro) is a safety incentive program offered by L&I, through a sponsoring association. In Retro, you have the potential to earn a partial refund on your workers’ compensation premiums.

Essentially, retrospective rating is another way of calculating premium, after the fact or “retroactively.” The Retro coverage period lasts 12 months, beginning January each year. About 9 months after the coverage period ends, L&I looks back on the Retro group’s actual experience and calculates the retro premium for the coverage period. If the retro premium is below what is expected, then the group can earn a partial refund on the difference.

Visit Get Started | Worksafe (worksafewa.org) to learn more.

Sep
15
Fri
Q4 Retro Enrollment Deadline
Sep 15 @ 4:15 pm

WorkSafe logo              Retro logo

Retrospective Rating (Retro) is a safety incentive program offered by L&I, through a sponsoring association. In Retro, you have the potential to earn a partial refund on your workers’ compensation premiums.

Essentially, retrospective rating is another way of calculating premium, after the fact or “retroactively.” The Retro coverage period lasts 12 months, beginning January each year. About 9 months after the coverage period ends, L&I looks back on the Retro group’s actual experience and calculates the retro premium for the coverage period. If the retro premium is below what is expected, then the group can earn a partial refund on the difference.

Visit Get Started | Worksafe (worksafewa.org) to learn more.