Learn how to prepare and store food to prevent poisoning and contamination. Including bacteria, cleaning, waste and pest control, personal hygiene and food safety management.
Food Hygiene is relevant to everyone working in the food industry, whether directly or indirectly, ie. distribution of food within specific industries such as nursing and care, or selling food within the hospitality industry, or producing, processing, storing or retailing food.
This Food Hygiene training provides instruction to help employees, managers and volunteers understand how to make sure that all food on sale, or distributed within a business is safe to eat.
This course provides guidance on how to avoid unhygienic conditions or poor hygiene practices around storage and food preparation, which may result in a high turnover of staff, loss of customers and a bad reputation for the business.
Provided by IBIS Training. This course discusses the various forms of bacteria and the conditions which allow them to thrive. The key steps to limit the opportunity for cross-contamination, both in terms of food equipment and personal hygiene.