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Use these training tips to refresh food safety knowledge. StateFoodSafety courses are designed for retention, but some loss of information is inevitable. These short food safety lessons taken from our courses are perfect for stand-up meetings and employee training.

Empower Employees Through Training Help reinforce good food safety practices in your establishment through stand-up meetings. Use this training outline as a guide for your next meeting. Date marking foods and using the FIFO (First In, First Out) method of food storage help you use food when it’s at its freshest and reduce overall food […]
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Empower Employees Through Training Help reinforce good food safety practices in your establishment through stand-up meetings. Use this training outline as a guide for your next meeting. Cooling food safely prevents dangerous bacterial growth in food. Learning Objectives You may choose to read these learning objectives with your employees as a part of the stand-up […]
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Empower Employees Through Training Help reinforce good food safety practices in your establishment through stand-up meetings. Use this training outline as a guide for your next meeting. Cleaning and sanitizing a surface removes food particles, filth, and bacteria. Together, cleaning and sanitizing help prevent the spread of foodborne illness. Learning Objectives You may choose to […]
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By following food safety guidelines and training your employees well, you may never have to handle a foodborne illness outbreak in your establishment at all. However, understanding what to do in the event of an outbreak ensures that you’ll be prepared even if the worst happens. Common Questions About Foodborne Illness Outbreaks What is an […]
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Food allergies are becoming more prominent these days. In fact, about 15 million Americans have a food allergy, including 5.9 million children. Because it is becoming an increasing problem, food establishments should be familiar with the eight major food allergens identified by the FDA (milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, wheat, soy, peanuts, and tree nuts) and […]
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