Food should be served at the correct temperature; temperature should be monitored if food is kept in warming trays. 1.2 The main reason for implementing food safety is to keep individuals from becoming ill due to food not properly prepared. In a large setting such as banquets, weddings or group gatherings you can make a large portion of the population ill by not following proper food safety. These illnesses can range from mild (upset stomach, headache) to severe (death). Food should be thrown out or refrigerated after being left out for 2 hours.
Down the respirator tract into the lungs. Coughs,cold and other common air Bourne infections. How can our own health or personnel hygiene put others at risk in the work place. Good personal hygiene is one of the most effective ways to protect ourselves, and others, from illness. This means washing hands, being carefully not to cough or sneeze on others, cleaning things that you touch if you are unwell
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
* 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
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
A risk assessment enables all parties, employees, employer and visitors that they are within a safe environment; those things are in place to reduce the risk of harm or potential risk. Describe correct procedures that relate to skincare? Infection control procedures relating to good personal hygiene include: • Hand washing - the spread of many pathogens can be prevented with regular hand washing. You should thoroughly wash your hands with water and soap for at least 15 seconds after visiting the toilet, before preparing food, and after touching clients or equipment. Dry your hands with disposable paper towels.
1.2 Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals Risk Assessment By ensuring risk assessments are been carried out within a setting before each session. Make sure all equipment and toys are safe and the equipment is age appropriate for the children in care. Assessing the setting and making sure there are no potential hazards like hazard materials being left out or electrical sockets being left uncovered. Ensuring the setting is clean to stop the spread of infection. That food is stored properly to stop cross-infection and the kitchen is always clean to stop the spread of bacteria and germs.
5.8 Describe the correct procedure for disposal of used PPE Appropriate disposal of single-use items of PPE should be done immediately when you have been dealing with clinical or hazardous waste. You should ensure that reusable items of PPE are prepared for the next time they are to be used (send to the laundry appropriately labelled or disinfect them carefully). Always dispose of PPE in accordance with your organisation’s policies, procedures and guidelines. 6.1 Describe the key principles of good personal hygiene Hygiene is important as bacteria and micro-organisms can be easily transferred by hands, clothing and equipment. Ways of adhering to good standards of hygiene will be documented in your organisation’s standard operating procedures.
Also we have to remember that changing to a different brand of deodorant may be necessary from time to time. And also make sure to washing cloths regularly by causing bacteria. Lots of people suffer from bad breath from time to time, usually because of something we have eaten, or smoke or possibly due to gum disease, this can be resolved by washing our teeth regularly, drinking a lot of water regularly, and using mints and mouth washes a lot this makes your breath smell a lot
| |Storage and preparation of food | |When storage and preparation of food it is the child-minder responsibility to ensure the healthy and safe of the children and business. Storage are essential | |to prevent food borne illness and for providing healthy food for the children. The child-minder should have a guide identifies licensing requirement of food | |handling to help prevent food from spreading illness to the child-minder , children and staff in their care. It is ideally to store raw and ready to eat food | |separately. 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.