Food Service Safety and Sanitation (Universities)
When a food facility is given a satisfactory rating, it means on the day the health inspector visited, the establishment passed the requirements. It happens frequently that salmonella causes people to get sick. Food sanitation requires your attention if you work in the food industry or you cook at home. This program is designed to help reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses and other related diseases.
Topics covered in this safety video include: protection from contamination, bacteria, temperature control, hygiene and personnel practices, communicable diseases/injuries, hand-washing, personal cleanliness and conduct, outside surroundings, overhead structures and lighting, non-food chemicals, general cleanliness and housekeeping, cleaning and sanitizing equipment, and pest control.
- Program Outline
- Protection from Contamination
- Temperature Control
- Hygiene and Personnel Practices
- Cleaning & Sanitizing Equipment
- Pest Control
Runtime: 20 Min.
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