Foodservice Safe develops and implements personalized training programs in the area of food safety, people safety and responsible alcohol service. We bring our training programs onsite to numerous companies throughout Illinois. We strive to provide a personalized approach to training through understanding our customer specific training needs and incorporate them into each training session. We talk about real life examples and incorporating appropriate pictures from establishments into our PowerPoint presentation. This process has seen tremendous success in the retention of the material learned by each participant.
John Gescheidle, President and Founder: has dedicated his 21 year career to the hospitality industry, specifically in education and training. John began his successful career with The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation directly involved with development and marketing of their food safety and alcohol awareness programs. Since then, John continues to teach in hospitality programs and continuing education programs at the post secondary level. John’s expertise lies in the development and implementation of all the training programs Food Safety Solution offers. John is currently an approved sanitation instructor and proctor for the National Restaurant Association, the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Wisconsin Department of Public Health and for Thomas Prometric. John is also approved to teach Illinois Basset program through The Illinois Liquor Control Commission and the TIPS program through Health Communication. John’s commitment to training and educations stems from his membership in the Illinois Foodservice Executives Association, the Illinois Environmental Health Association and The Illinois Hotel and Lodging Association. John currently is on the Advisory Committee for Lake County High Schools Technology Campus and Harper College. John has his Bachelors of Science from Kendall College and his Masters from Regis University.
Liz Gescheidle, Marketing and Administration: Liz has also dedicated her career to the hospitality industry through working in several restaurants and for The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and The Industry Council on Food Safety. As the Council Vice President, Liz spearheaded its mission of promoting food safety education and training throughout the United States. She worked closely with all segments of the restaurant industry, including operators, distributors, manufacturers and associations. Throughout her career, Liz has been an active member of the Woman’s Foodservice Forum, the International Foodservice Manufacturing Association and was a founding board member of the Multicultural Foodservice Alliance. She has a Bachelors of Art Degree from the University of Michigan.