Hand Care
Personal Hygiene Practices
Policies for Reporting
Health Procedures

This refers to the presence of harmful chemicals and microorganisms in food.

What is contamination?


It should take you a total of about _____(time) to wash your hands.

What is approximately 20 secs?


Following habits that include hair restraints, clean clothing, aprons, and removing all jewelry are called _______.

What are personal hygiene practices?


When staff must report illness before they come to work, they are following ____________.

What are policies for reporting?


This practice makes your workplace safer. 

What is making sure employees know the value of a clean work space and encourage them to keep it clean it's for their own safety?


This occurs when juices from raw meats or germs from unclean objects touch cooked or ready-to-eat foods. 

What is cross-contamination?


This type of hand dermatitis is mostly due to contact with _____ during frequent hand washing or cleaning. 

Contact with it can also be avoided through the use of surgical gloves.

What is 'irritants'? (from using aggressive disinfectants and detergents)


The main reason that workers in the hospitality industry wear the same type of clothing to work.

What is so that you can all maintain the same high standard of hygiene?


These guide the actions of all individuals involved in the service and provide consistency amongst staff. They ensure and endorse the well-being of all families, children, staff, volunteers and everyone who is connected to the service. 

Why do we need a policy and procedures?


The reason why it is important to have a safe workplace. 

What is so you don't get sick or get other people sick either?


This type of bacteria are the most common cause of food poisoning and are often found in raw or undercooked meat, raw eggs, milk, and other dairy products. 

What are Salmonella and Escherichia coli (E. coli)?


This should be done before you put on gloves. 

What is wash your hands?


This practice helps to prevent the development and spread of infections, illnesses and bad odors from people.

What is good personal hygiene in the workplace?


These establish boundaries for acceptable behavior and guidelines for best practices in certain work situations. They offer clear communication to your employees as to how you expect them to act. They also contribute to the overall culture of the workplace, because they instill norms and values.

What is policies and procedures in the workplace?


In order to maintain a safe work environment, you should consistently search and eliminate workplace hazards. You can do this by _______.

What is conducting routine maintenance and housekeeping measures. Educate employees on identifying hazards and risks and have them report to you if they encounter any?


These guidelines include: Do not smoke while preparing food, handle food with tongs, a spoon or some other utensil which is clean, when sneezing or coughing always cover the face with a tissue or the hands and turn away from the food, avoid preparing food for others if you have diarrhoea.

What is food hygiene?


Before putting on gloves, you should make sure that there are no __________  in them.

What is hole, rips or tears?

1.Bathe regularly. Wash your body and your hair often. ... 2.Trim your nails. ... 3.Brush and floss. ... 4.Wash your hands. ... 5.Sleep tight.
How to maintain good personal hygiene?

The repercussion of this may result in customer complaints and loss of business, reputation and goodwill.

What is poor workplace hygiene procedures?


 Managers are responsible for reviewing employee actions and making sure company policies provide a safe workplace. True or false

What is true?


The ____________is designed to control all reasonably likely food-safety hazards. Such hazards are categorized into three classes: biological, chemical and physical. 

What is the HACCP plan?


This prevents you from biting your nails, and also from contaminating food when you wear nail polish or false nails.

What is wearing gloves?


The system that details quality assurance requirements.

What is Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) System?


A ______ is a guiding principle used to set direction in an organization and a _____ is a series of steps to be followed as a consistent and repetitive approach to accomplish an end result.

What is a policy is a guiding principle used to set direction in an organization and a procedure is a series of steps to be followed as a consistent and repetitive approach to accomplish an end result?


These individuals can issue an order for the closure of businesses if the food service premises is not safe and clean.

What is the local health authorities?

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