Free Study Guides for the ServSafe

If you’re required to obtain a ServSafe certification for your restaurant or bar job, our FREE study guides for the ServSafe exam can be a big help! We give you a summary of the information you need to know arranged by individual certification, so you can easily study the information for the certificate you need to obtain. Whether you need to pass one ServSafe test or three, our free study guides are an important tool to help you ace the exam the first time!

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ServSafe Alcohol Primary and ServSafe Alcohol Advanced

There are many facets of safe alcohol distribution and the ServSafe Alcohol exam assesses your knowledge of all of them. In this free study guide for the ServSafe test, we’ll take you through alcohol laws, checking IDs, signs of intoxication, and how to deal with customers in difficult situations. Use it to bone up on knowledge before trying our practice questions.

ServSafe Allergens

The effects of allergens on the population can be deadly and becoming ServSafe certified in this area requires study. Find out what you need to know to do well on the exam by using our study guide and get your study sessions off to a great start!

ServSafe Food Handler

Becoming a certified food handler requires a thorough knowledge of health and safety procedures. Learn what you’ll need to know in order to do well on this ServSafe test by using our study guide as a tool in reviewing for test day!

ServSafe Manager

As a ServSafe manager, you’ll be required to know even more than is required for a food handler exam. Find out exactly what things are important to know in order to pass the manager exam through the use of our study guide and get prepared to ace that test!

We hope you find our study guides useful as you study to get your ServSafe certification. If you can find time in between all the studying, we’d love to connect with you on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Pinterest. We frequently share food safety and restaurant related news, infographics, and memes, so check in often! Happy studying and best of luck as you take this important step in your food service career!