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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 Food Safety Training Some food, known as Time/temperature Control for Safety (TCS) food, is more susceptible to bacterial growth. To keep TCS food safe, you must actively control their temperature. Learning Objectives You may choose to read these learning objectives with your employees as a part of the stand-up training. After this […]
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Empower Employees Through Food Safety Training Foodborne germs like E. coli and Salmonella occur naturally in animals’ digestive tracts, which is why they’re often found in raw meat. Teaching your employees how to handle raw meat safely will go a long way toward preventing foodborne illness at your establishment. Learning Objectives You may choose to […]
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Empower Employees Through Food Safety Training When food is reheated, it passes through the temperature danger zone where bacteria multiply fastest. Whenever you reheat food, make sure to use the proper equipment to get it through the danger zone quickly. Learning Objectives You may choose to read these learning objectives with your employees as a […]
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Empower Employees Through Food Safety Training Some food may not be served to customers right away. Instead, it’s kept hot or chilled, waiting for a customer to buy it or a food worker to use it. Other times, food may be held for a short time without any temperature control. It’s important to teach employees […]
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Empower Employees Through Food Safety Training Good communication is at the heart of every food establishment, and it starts with you — the manager. Share your expectations about communication with your employees. Teach them how to communicate effectively with customers, with each other, and with management. Learning Objectives You may choose to read these learning […]
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