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Waste management is a crucial part to running a successful facility. Without proper management, pests, especially rodents, cockroaches, and flies, will be attracted to your facility. Pests, otherwise known as vectors, can carry and transmit harmful pathogens into your facility. Instead of trying to repair the damage that could be done by a pest infestation, […]CONTINUE READING
Food hazards, such as chemical, biological, and physical hazards, can contaminate the food you serve and become harmful to your customers. Knowing how to properly store, prepare, and serve food can help keep the food you serve and your customers safe. Because no amount of cooking or manipulation to food can guarantee it is safe […]CONTINUE READING
Practicing good hygiene is essential to food safety. It will help prevent physical and biological hazards from entering an establishment and contaminating food. Here are seven basic hygiene practices that should be followed while at your establishment: 1. Clean Your Uniform The goal is simple: bring as few pathogens as possible to work. Your uniform could contain […]CONTINUE READING
Like humans, rodents and other pests prefer to be warm during the wintery, cold days. Because of this, pests will often find ways into homes and buildings, especially if they can sense food. Pests, such as rodents, cockroaches, and flies, may carry dangerous diseases which can cause people to get very sick. To keep pests […]CONTINUE READING
Cleaning is an essential part of food safety in a food service establishment. If your facility is not cleaned properly, customers could get sick, pests could enter and infest your establishment, and many more undesirable consequences will likely occur. Some tasks, such as cleaning a meat slicer or sweeping under equipment, may inadvertently be forgotten […]CONTINUE READING