Food Has Past its Expiration Date Rotten Meat Mouldy Cheese Mouldy Bread Off Milk
Food Contamination Mixing raw foods together Cutting foods on chopping boards with raw meat juices
Under Cooked White Meat
Leaving Food Out For a Long Period of Time Once Frozen Food or Cooked Food has reached room temperature bacteria can start doubling after a few hours
Incorrect Food Temperatures
No Pest Control Flies on the FoodCockroaches Rats and Mice In the Kitchen
Rubbish Bins not Emptied Regularly
Did you know…… That some food poisoning cases are not from the food? What else can make you feel very sick?
Dirty Ice Dirty Ice MachinesUsing your handsLeaving Ice on the Ground
ACTIVITIES Activity 2- Why do people get food poisoning? Activity 3- Personal Hygiene
Answers to Activity 3 People who work with food should always WASH their hands with SOAP and warm water AFTER going to the toilet, smoking, after TOUCHING their hair, nose and MOUTH. Food handlers must wash their hands after sneezing and COUGHING, touching RAW foods, eating and DRINKING, handling rubbish and especially after HANDLING chemicals. Every time a food handler enters a KITCHEN or food room they must ALWAYS wash their HANDS.
How do you prevent Food Poisoning?
By Having Good Personal Hygiene Wash your hands regularly Especially after going to the bathroom Have a Clean Uniform Available If Sick Stay Home Place a Band Aid on Cuts
Correct Food Storage Foods to be covered and stored separately
Keep Kitchen Clean
Check Expiry Dates and Label Foods
Stop Food Contamination
Check to see if the Meat is cooked Food Thermometer
After a period of time Remove Frozen or Cooked Foods From Room Temperature After a period of time Remove Frozen or Cooked Foods From Room Temperature FrozenThawed (Always Thaw Foods in the Fridge) Room Temperature Cook Or Refrigerate Eat
Correct Food Temperatures
Pest Control Pest Control should be done on a weekly basis
Take Care When Handling Ice
ACTIVITIES English Grammar Complete activities 4 & 5 Complete Activity 6 Whats wrong with this picture?