Management of holding times is imperative for food safety. But, in a high-volume, busy food production area, safe holding in the kitchen can be difficult to control.
All of us want to evade any potential infections. At restaurants, there is often a risk of exposure. One needs to be aware of that risk and learn how to avoid it.
One of the top priorities of any operation should be personal hygiene, specifically handwashing and hand care. Additionally, the best practices for disposable glove use are urged. Maintaining a proactive focus on this key aspect of your operation is important.
How clean a school is can have an impact on student success. Lack of a properly cleaned environment can lead to illness, chronic absenteeism and students falling behind their peers. It’s more than just a common belief. There are many years of scientific research to back this theory up.
Hand washing is a simple and easy way to reduce germs, but it doesn’t happen as often as you would expect. So, how can you inspire more people to improve their rates of hand-washing?
To mop or not to mop? How do you know when industrial mops are not the best choice?
Cutting boards pose cross-contamination risks during food prep. Here are several points to consider as you review your risk of cutting board contamination.
Trash cans and waste receptacles are an important part of your food safety plan. They can be the source of bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens that contaminate food. That’s why it’s important to keep your trash cans sanitized.
Offsite events can be tricky, but if you remember that offsite food prep operations require the same safety standards as your in-house operations, you can avoid trouble. Careful, consistent management and execution of the delivery and food prep will help ensure food safety for your guests. Here are some quick tips to keep in mind.
A recent report in the trade publication Becker’s Hospital Review relays a disturbing story that mold found in laundry was linked to illness, even death.
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