Module 2: Sanitary Food Handling - Sanitation Procedures | en - 598 - 43098
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Sanitation Procedures

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    Tolu M.
    NG
    Tolu M.

    Standard operating procedures and sanitation procedures must always be ensured to achieve excellence.

    Cherry M.
    ZM
    Cherry M.

    never use cracked or chipped dishware or glass because bactrias can grow in the cracks

    Michele N.
    US
    Michele N.

    Um, "Nicotine Virus"?

    Sarah G.
    AU
    Sarah G.

    Food handling is not just encouraged by following procedure, but also up to every individuals personal hygiene.

    Sarah G.
    AU
    Sarah G.

    When is it ok to return to work after illness. Sometimes you feel fine but still carry a virus?

    Sarah G.
    AU
    Sarah G.

    Its funny even when every procedure possible is done, illness may still occur..

    Jessie Z.
    US
    Jessie Z.

    Employees should never go to work sick as this can contaminate food.

    Helen A.
    NG
    Helen A.

    don't report to work sick

    Helen A.
    NG
    Helen A.

    never put a pencil in your mouth instead in your pocket

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