Handling Food Safely
eLearning / Online Course
Nothing beats a tasty-looking plate of food. Whether it’s a home-cooked meal, a Caesar salad on your lunch break, or a 4-course feast at a downtown restaurant, food can make you feel good. But it can also make you feel really bad.
Have you ever stopped to think about who, or what, could have touched that chicken before it reached the salad? Or how that sushi was stored before it was served?
From the factory to the plate, there are many places where food could become contaminated with things you shouldn’t eat. So, wherever your employees work within the food industry, from logistics and distribution, to hospitality and retail, they need to know how to stop contamination. And this course will show them how.
About this course
For everyone working in the food supply chain, ensuring food stays safe on its journey to the consumer is vital. This course will show your employees how food contamination happens, and the danger areas to look out for. And by using the advice and guidance in this course, they’ll be able to make sure the way they handle food in their job doesn’t put anyone at risk.
How and where food can become contaminated1 out of 3 key points
How different food groups should be stored and transported2 out of 3 key points
Food hygiene best practices and guidelines to ensure food is handled safely3 out of 3 key points