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Safety & Sanitation

Grade 10 Hospitality

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What are the Five Way Bacteria Enters the Kitchen? - on us - on the food we purchase - tools and equipment - insects - rodents
What are the Five Ways to Control Bacteria? - Wash Hands - Create a Cleaning Schedule - Maintain Employee Health - Head Coverings - Uniforms
What are The Three Main Facts About Food Poisoning in Canada? - increasing in Canada - 1 in 13 Canadians will be affected - caused by micro-organisms
What are the Six Steps in Hand Washing? - Wet Hands - Soap - Lather - Rinse - Towel dry - Close Taps with Towel
What is the Temperatue Danger Zone? 60 - 4 degrees
What is the Boiling Point Temperature? 100 degrees
What are the Four Main Hazardous Foods? - Meat - Poultry - Fish/Seafood - Dairy/Eggs
What is the rule of Bacteria Reproduction? - every 20 minute the bacteria splits
What are the five steps of pot washing? - scrape - wash - rinse - disinfect - drain dry
What are viruses? - smaller than bacteria - found in raw fish, shellfish in contaminated water
What are Parasites? - microscopic living things - grow on body and lay eggs - found in undercooked wild meats
What are Moulds? - fuzzy growth on food - cause food spoilage - caused by a toxin called "mycotoxin"
What are Yeasts? - need sugar and moisture to grow - effect quality of food - causes spoilage to jam, honey, and jellies - don't cause illness but effect quality of food
What is Direct Contamination? - harm substance of thing that gets directly into a food
What is Cross Contamination? - harmful things are transferred from a surface to food, or food to food.
What are Some Symptoms of Food Poisoning? - Fever, Diarrhea, Cramps, Nausea, Vomiting, Sore Throat
What is Food Bourne Infection? - Food Containing harmful micro-organisms
What is Food Bourne Intoxication? - food contaminated with a toxin - food with a toxin producing bacteria
What is Chemical Intoxication? - contaminated with commercially manufactured chemical like pesticides etc.
What is Botulism? - produced in non-acid foods - bacteria is odorless, tasteless, found in canned foods - extra precautions should be taken when cans are damaged or dented
What is Salmonella? - resides inside the intestines of all forms of animal life - multiply at an alarming rate under the right conditions - common in egg & poultry products
What is the proper use of gloves? - wash hands before and after use of gloves - cover all hand cuts
What does Sterile mean? - completely germ free
What does Spore mean? - think walled formation that is capable of becoming a vegetive wall under the right conditions
What does Sanitary mean? - free of all disease causing organisms and harmful contaminants
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