The manual is available in seven languages, including Braille upon request. Fly Fishing for Tiger Muskie in Washington This video highlights angling for tiger muskie, a sterile cross between true muskie and northern pike. Allowing an individual who is not an approved visitor to participate in video visiting may also be grounds for suspension. The only authorized online training program is. What does a card cost? Where can I get a food worker card? Fishing for Lake Whitefish in Washington This video highlights fishing for Lake Whitefish in Washington, an underutilized species that is very abundant in the Columbia River Basin, including Banks Lake, and Potholes and Scooteney Reservoirs. Videos are free to view and borrow and offered in different formats.
Borrower Accounts are similar to a library card. What do I need to qualify for a 5-year card? Visits will be scheduled in 30 minute increments and may not exceed one hour in duration. Flyfishing for Sea-run Cutthroat in Puget Sound Tips and techniques to improve success at catching sea-run coastal cutthroat trout in marine waters by flyfishing. More fishing and species information. Basic Techniques for Trout Fishing in Washington This video showcases basic techniques for catching trout in lowland lakes throughout Washington. Request visit times that will not conflict with their schedule. More fishing and species information.
Trouble with the online training, test, or printing of the card? Can I get a replacement? Can I get a renewal card if I have a current valid card? These exciting fish are stocked in seven lakes in Washington. Before the card expires, you must take the food safety training class and pass the exam again. Can I use a card I got in another state? Trolling for Puget Sound Chinook Salmon This video highlights fishing tactics, specifically trolling for Chinook salmon during the summer months in Puget Sound in addition to a few tips on how to catch coho salmon. More fishing and species information. Do renewal cards last longer than my first card? Food workers who take a food safety training class and pass the State of Washington exam on food safety basics are issued a Food Worker Card also called a Food Handler Permit.
You must have a Washington State food worker card to be employed as a food worker in our state. More fishing and species information. You can fill one out online, send it via email, and have access to many resources that the video library has to offer. More fishing and species information. Yes, renewal cards are valid for 3 years from the issue date.
Do I need to get a food worker card? However, sometimes physical visits are impossible or inconvenient. Winter trolling tactics are discussed that can be applied across the state of Washington. Video visits will be scheduled on a first come, first served basis. How often must I renew my card? Inmates will use video kiosks, and privacy screens will be provided and must remain in place for the duration of the visit. Fishing for Flatfish in Puget Sound This video highlights fishing tactics to catch flatfish in Puget Sound, and identifies a variety of flatfish species including sanddab, flounder and sole. Biology, management, gear, and habitat are briefly discussed.
All food workers are required to have a valid food worker card to work in Washington. Fishing for Yellow Perch in Western Washington This video highlights yellow perch fishing opportunities in western Washington. Am I a food worker? Renewal cards after that are valid for 3 or 5 years. More fishing and species information. Yes, you can work for up to 14 days before you get your card — if you get food safety training from your employer. Your card is valid throughout the state. Fishing for Dogfish Shark in Puget Sound This video highlights fishing tactics to catch dogfish shark in Puget Sound, in addition to how to handle the fish when releasing it.
More fishing and species information. You can use your valid Washington State food worker card anywhere in Washington. We also discuss popular gear choices such as flasher boards and squid hoochies. We discuss some of the tactics and gear used to locate and catch yellow perch during mid to late-summer. If you move or get another job in a different county, your food worker card goes with you. You must show your current valid card when you apply for a renewal. Basic techniques for trolling are discussed including trolling speed, direction, and depth and proper use of downriggers.
. Other websites that appear to offer a similar card online are not valid in Washington. See the or contact the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department at or 253-798-6145. If you got your card at an in-person class, contact your to see how to get a replacement. Yes, you may apply for a renewal card if your current card is less than 2 years old a current card that will not expire until 1 to 60 days after you get your renewal card. It's important that your card, or a copy of it, is with you at work and available for the health department to check during a food inspection.