Mumbai, February, 2019.
The Hotel and Restaurant Association of Western India (HRAWI) in association with the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) conducted five Food Safety Training and Certification (FoSTaC) programmes in the month of January 2019. With this, 191 hospitality professionals, in the Western region have been trained and certified within the first month of the calendar year.
HRAWI’s efforts over the last couple of years have helped 1282 hospitality professionals in getting trained and certified under this skill enhancing programme. The programmes were held in Lonavala on 17th, Matheran on 18th, Navi Mumbai on 19th, and two separate programmes in Mumbai on 29th and 30th of last month.
“Hotel establishments in the Western region have been proactive in getting staff trained and certified under the FoSTaC programme. The HRAWI is thankful to the establishments for it and is glad to have facilitated the programme under FSSAI’s guidance. We wish to thank the trainers deputed by FSSAI for diligently imparting the requisite knowledge to hospitality professionals. HRAWI will continue to host the programmes for as many FBOs as possible to benefit from the programme,” says Mr Gurbaxish Singh Kohli, President, HRAWI.
Till date, HRAWI has conducted thirty-six FoSTaC programmes across the Western region.
“We are also pleased to inform that HRAWI was recently felicitated by the FSSAI for its invaluable contribution towards the Swasth Bharat Yatra campaign,” concludes Mr Kohli.