UNIT 4222-233 MEET FOOD SAFETY REQUIREMENTS WHEN PROVIDING FOOD AND DRINK FOR INDIVIDUALS. 1.1 Workers should be aware of and practice personal Hygiene - eg, hand washing, hair up and nails short and clean. Food stored at correct temperature, chilled or frozen. Food stored in correct conditions - eg raw meat not contaminating cooked meat & veg not using same utensils for raw meat and other foods using correct chopping boards. Food should be served at the correct temperature; temperature should be monitored if food is kept in warming trays.
Page 12 Cooking food: When staff are cooking food they must ensure that certain regulations and rules are being followed for example: hygiene control, pest control and temperature control. To enable the food to be safe for human consumption. Temperature Control When the staff are cooking the food they must ensure that all food stay out of the temperature danger zone which is between 5oC and 60oC. When food is being cooked it must have an inner temperature of 75oC or higher for it to kills most of the bacteria. When cooking food staff should check the temperature of the food using a food probe (food thermometer) to make sure that the food is being cooked at the right temperature and to make sure that it is at the right temperature to be fully cooked and to make sure it is the right temperature for human consumption.
Keep raw foods separate if in same refrigerators. Keep raw food below cooked food. Beware of contamination, wash hand after and before each food preparation task. Protective clothing such as gloves and aprons should be worn when storing and handling
If they are in the fridge at the same time should store raw meat, fish or egg below fridge from ready to eat food, salads, sandwiches or desserts. | |Also unwashed fruit or vegetable should also be kept separate; you should cover cooked and ready to eat food; when defrosting raw meat to make sure that none of| |the liquid that comes out of onto other food. This will help to prevent harmful bacteria spreading from raw food to ready to eat food. Harmful bacteria from
Also avoid transferring different types of bacteria which naturally occur in raw meat and fish to other cooked foods, wash knives, chopping board and your hands immediately after you have finished preparing each type of food. When stocking your fridge, place raw meat and fish in separate, covered dishes, and keep them on the lowest shelf so that they do not drip onto any other food. Harmful bacteria can grow at low temperature of your fridge | | Explain the importance of implementing food safety measures when providing food and drink for individuals | It is very important to ensure safety measures are implemented to avoid sickness and dioreah breakouts even food poisoning also contamination in the kitchen . | | Explain why personal protective clothing should be used when handling food and drink | Personal protective
Check your local requirements. Do not wear false nails or nail polish. Cover all hand cuts and sores with clean bandages. If hands are bandaged, clean gloves or finger cots, a protective covering, should be worn at all times to protect the bandage and to prevent it from falling off into food. You may need to move the foodhandler to another job, where he or she will not handle food or touch food-contact surfaces, until the injury
Ingredients * Chicken – 1.5 lb / 680 gm / 5 leg piece Marinade: * Low fat Yogurt / Curd – 1 cup * Onion – 1 (small around 57 gm) * Lime – 1/2 * Garlic – 1 clove * Ginger – 1/2 inch (size of garlic), peel the skin off * Green Chili – 2 * Garam Masala – 1 1/2 tsp * Salt – 1 tsp or as per taste * Red food color + Orange Food Color (kesari powder) – few large drops For Baking * Jelly roll pan or cookie tray. * Aluminium/Aluminum Foil * Pastry brush (optional) Method * Wash the chicken legs. Let the water drain and place them on a large plate. Do not remove the skin part, it will actually protect the flesh when you bake. Create 2 slits on each side of the leg.
* Exposure to Hot and Harmful Substances Oil and other fluids such as water are commonplace in kitchens and it’s important that you take extreme care when working with or in close proximity to hot liquids. Always ensure they are covered when not directly working with them and be careful when carrying any pans or containers with hot liquids in which could splash and scald either yourself or fellow workers. The HSE also publishes safe procedures for things like opening steam doors and the draining and cleaning of fat fryers, for example. Other substances which can be harmful are cleaning materials which, if handled incorrectly, can cause skin rashes and conditions such as dermatitis. Even handling certain foods can cause dermatitis and other
There is also a direct correlation between HAI’s and staffing levels (Hallinan & Bloice, 2007); therefore health care facilities should ensure adequate staffing to provide appropriate care and environment for the patient. There is a definite correlation between misuse of antibiotics and resistant infections. It is important for antibiotics to be taken only when necessary and exactly as directed (Williams & Hopper, 2007 pg 102). The use of antibiotics in animals has also contributed to this problem (Williams & Hopper, 2007 pg 102), it is important to eliminate antibiotics in animal products. It has been suggested that the use of a “secret shopper” be used to observe hand hygiene practices (Use proven
(Waste Online 1999) Household waste is domestic items such as paper, flowers, plastic bottles which are not contaminated so are not at risk of spreading infection. Therefore household waste can be put into a black bin bag. These black bin bags are disposed of in landfill sites. (Cleanliness Champions 2008) Unit 8 tate three key measures to be taken to ensure safe handling of food 1. protecting food from the risk of contamination 2. preventing any bacteria present from multiplying 3. destroying harmful bacteria by thorough cooking (Cleanliness Champions Website) Three measures that can be taken to ensure safe food handling are ensuring that the food is protected from risk of contamination such as pest or germs getting on the food, not allowing any bacteria that may already be on the food from multiplying by keeping it at the right temperature and also by heating the food correctly and thoroughly cooking to destroy any bacteria Unit 9 One way of preventing infection within a care setting is to use aseptic technique when inserting an invasive