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ServSafe Workplace

ServSafe Workplace is a comprehensive suite of training programs rooted in the cultural and social issues affecting today’s restaurant and hospitality work environments. This new product line focuses on mitigation and management of issues associated with the work and safety of employees and will assist in strengthening every establishment’s stance against harassment in the workplace.
ServSafe Workplace equips employees and managers with training to help manage emerging risks and advance the positive culture of the foodservice and hospitality industries. These programs combine online training to create consistent messaging while providing additional free resources such as breakroom posters, videos, and discussion guides to reinforce key training points.
Sexual Harassment Prevention for the Restaurant Industry is an interactive program designed specifically for employees and managers working in food service. Learn what sexual harassment is, how it impacts all workers, and how to respond in ways that enforce a safe work environment. Learn More. Note: ServSafe Sexual Harassment Prevention for Restaurants training does not meet the current DC requirements for TWWFAA training.
Understanding Unconscious Bias in Restaurants is an interactive program designed specifically for employees and managers working in food service. Developed in conjunction with the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance (MFHA), the course shines a light on this issue with realistic scenarios meaningful to your staff. Learn More.

ELEVATE: A Menu for Change is a brand new framework from the National Restaurant Association that supports restaurant operators with business strategies to build a more diverse, inclusive, and engaged workforce. The framework was developed by the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance (MFHA) and rooted in research developed from a collaboration between the National Restaurant Association, the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (Foundation), MFHA, and Cornell University Nolan School of Hotel Administration. DC-based restaurants can contact RAMW to receive your National Restaurant Association dual member number to use when signing up for this program.

In-Person Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training Workshop 

  • Gain knowledge of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion 
  • Address bias and stereotypes around protected groups and underrepresented groups
  • Analyze how this affects the workplace and customer
  • Examine how workplace policy and practice impact stakeholder decisions making

Contact RAMW to be connected with a certified trainer.