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Title:Sanitation and Safety
Producer:Missouri Dept. of Health
Description:This curriculum discusses how to maintain a safe and sanitary food service operation. The 11 lessons include:
  • Importance of sanitation
  • Complying with standards of personal hygiene & health
  • Sanitation guidelines in receiving & storage
  • Safe food handling procedures
  • Food safety guidelines in preparation & service
  • Sanitation precautions to prevent contamination
  • Safe cooling and reheating procedures
  • Properly handling frozen processed foods
  • Sanitation guidelines in cleaning and sanitizing
  • Proper equipment operations
  • Proper maintenance and cleaning procedures
Audiovisuals used in the curriculum are not included. Each of the 11 lessons takes about one hour to complete.
Topic:Food Service
Sanitizing and Cleaning
Standards and Guidelines
Audience:Food Service Workers
Train-the-Trainer
Format/Pub. Year:Curriculum (1992)
Contact Information:
 Missouri Dept. of Health
Nutrition Educationa and Training (NET) Program
P.O. Box 570
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Telephone:314-751-6183
Cost:Free with Restrictions
How To Order:Available through NAL's InterLibrary Loan Program. Request Library Materials
NAL Call Number:Kit no.189

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