Title:||Looking for a SAFE Harbor: Manual for Volunteer Foodservice Workers|
|Producer:||University of Vermont|
|Description:||For training volunteer foodservice workers in temporary food events, such as fairs, church suppers or community gatherings. There is a train-the-trainer curriculum, which is to be used by a knowledgeable professional in food safety handling practices. The food safety professional is to train those who are in charge of a temporary event or booth. This program is approximately 6 1/2 hours long.
Participants in the Train-the-Trainer program will then use the Train-the-Volunteer materials to train their volunteer food service workers. This training program will take approximately 3 hours.
This curriculum includes training the trainer leader's guide, training the trainer handouts, training the volunteer food service worker leader's guide, training the volunteer food service worker handouts, a log book, a pretest and a videocassette (10 min.).
|Topic:||Preparation and Handling|
Food Service Workers
|Format/Pub. Year:||Curriculum (1994)|
| ||University of Vermont|
UVM Extension System
HCR 31 Box 436
St. Johnsbury, CT 05819
|Cost:||Free with Restrictions|
|How To Order:||Available through NAL's InterLibrary Loan Program. Request Library Materials|
|NAL Call Number:||TX911.3.S3 L66 1994|
|Grant Number:||Extension grantee 92-EFSQ-1-4055|
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