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Slips, Trips and Falls Poster
Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls
Here at we are constantly looking for ways to help improve the safety of your workplace. It’s true that our efforts are usually focused on the safe handling of food in the kitchen, but safety shouldn’t stop just at food. Slips, trips, and falls are a leading cause of injury in the workplace. According […]
Food Safety for Volunteer Food Facilities Poster
StateFoodSafety_Keep Food Safe
On May 31, 2015 in Salt Lake City, UT, over 50 men and women were taken to the hospital due to symptoms of foodborne illness. Each of the cases was linked back to a meal eaten at a local homeless shelter. Fortunately, although symptoms were severe, no case was considered critical. It is essential to […]
Identifying Allergic Reactions in Kids Poster
There are around 15 million Americans that have some form of a food allergy. Most allergic reactions cause mild discomfort, but in very serious cases food allergies may be life threatening. Refer to the chart below to help you identify allergic reactions in children. Download Image: Identifying Allergic Reactions in Kids Poster  
8 Major Food Allergens Poster
8 Major Food Allergens
To keep your customers safe, you need to be able to identify the most common food allergens and know where they are found. After studying the chart below, you should be able to name the 8 Major Food Allergens and identify what foods often contain them. Download Image: 8 Major Food Allergens Poster  
There’s No Need to Balk at Chicken
Quick Reference Temperature Guide
If you start typing the word “undercooked” in a Google search, the word “chicken” will appear as a recommended autocomplete. Questions like, “I ate undercooked chicken, am I going to get sick?” pop up on the first page. There are pages and pages full of advice on how you can know your portion of the […]
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