Throughout the year, the staff of Knox County Health Department offers educational sessions and training for area residents, service providers and professional staff. Recent presentations include a session on radon for the Knox County Realtor Association and a session on the algal blooms for area beach and waterway operators, presented in collaboration with Ohio EPA and the Ohio Department of Health. Additionally, the health department participates in area fairs, festivals and other community events.
Upcoming sessions scheduled for 2017
in the health department conference room include:
Food Safety Classes
The Knox County Health Department provides a mandatory one-day food safety class for food service workers with little or no food service experience. The classes are held three times a year and also offered on an as needed basis in the health department conference room. Classes are free. Pre-registration is required. Click here for more information and registration form.
A three-day "Certification in Food Protection" (ServSafe) course is also available to food service managers. The Serv-Safe program is offered three times a year. Class fee is $193 per person which includes the textbook and handouts. Click here for more information and registration form.