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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 will 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.

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What's Happening
01.30.19
Save the date for Tuesday, April 2 and plan on joining us for TulsaFest 2019 at the River Spirit Resort in Tulsa. This annual event features a networking luncheon and educational sessions in the Tulsa area featuring top speakers in the industry.
01.30.19
The ORA Golf Classic will be held Monday, April 22 at a brand new location - the beautiful Oak Tree National course in Edmond. Join us for the first big tournament of the spring and register today!
01.31.19
Chandy Rice, Director of Education for the Oklahoma Restaurant Association, has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE®) designation, the highest professional credential in the association industry.
09.21.18
Beginning October 1, first-time applicants applying for an alcohol server license will be required to attend a mandatory ABLE approved training course to receive their license. ServSafe Alcohol, a partnership between the Oklahoma Restaurant Association and the National Restaurant Association, is an on-line training course now approved to meet this new mandate. Receive a 33% discount with code OKALCOHOL.
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