Any information which is obtained from the FSAI Learning Portal is presented to you for guidance purposes only and should not be relied on in isolation.

The FSAI does not:

(i) warrant the accuracy, comprehensiveness, or utility of any information obtained from the FSAI Learning Portal; or

(ii) assume, endorse, or accept responsibility for the accuracy or reliability of any such information.


Under no circumstances will the FSAI be responsible for any loss or damage resulting from your reliance on information or other content obtained through the FSAI Learning Portal.

As legislation develops and food safety training evolves, the FSAI Learning Portal will be updated accordingly. The responsibility lies with the food business to ensure the information they are using is up to date and to regularly check on the FSAI Learning Portal for any updates or changes. The FSAI Learning Portal is not intended to provide a complete food safety training programme for food businesses. Each food business must meet their legal requirement to ensure that food handlers are supervised, and also instructed and/or trained in food hygiene based on the level of activity they are involved in. Each food business operator must ensure that food safety training provided for their staff is appropriate, relevant and addresses the specific training needs of each member of staff.


There may be other legislation that applies to your food business. It is your responsibility to ensure that your food business complies with all relevant legislation.