"Management From The Core "

Food Handler Training


According to Food Hygiene Regulation 2009 under clause 30:

  1. All food handlers shall undergo a food handlers training (“Latihan Pengendali Makanan” or LPM) and obtain a certificate of food handlers training from an approved institution (KKM or MOH approved “Sekolah Latihan Pengendali Makanan” (SLPM) like KRISSAI Management).
  2. Any food handler who works in any food premises fails to undergo a training or obtain a certificate as referred above commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit (RM 10,000) or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.


The above mentioned training can be conducted as public programme in Krissai training Centre in Seremban or conducted on-site at your premise provided there is suitable and comfortable training room and demo kits. Duration of the course as specified by MOH is minimum of 3 hours contact time and fee chargeable is RM53 (inclusive of 6% GST) if excluding meals. Transportation charges may apply if conducted on-site of customer premises.

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Recently completed TNA projects under SME consultancy scheme in collaboration with HRDF are:

  • Capitol Hotel, Bukit Bintang.
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • Channel Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • Top Empire Sdn Bhd
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • Infastech (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • Sun Tyre Industries Sdn. Bhd.
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • KEWPIE Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
    (TNA Consultancy)

Latihan Pengendali Makanan (LPM), Food handler training ‘approved by’ BKKM, KKM (MOH) 

  • According to Food Act 1983 and ‘Peraturan Kebersihan Makanan 2009’ or ‘Food Hygiene Regulation 2009’ all food handlers (outlets, restaurants, stalls and factories) are required to undergo Food Handler Training ("LPM") and get certified by BKKM approved Food Handler Training School ("SLPM" or "Sekolah Latihan Pengendali Makanan"). Failure to comply with this can lead to Fine of Not More Than RM 10,000 per person and/or jail for Not More Than 2 years.

  • This is a mandatory requirement effective January 1, 2014.