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Handling Food Safely in Community or Social Service Organizations $19.95
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Handling Food Safely in Community or Social Service Organizations

People can get serious illness, and even die, from contaminated food. The main goal of this course is for you to both describe the dangers of foodborne illnesses caused by contaminated food, and more importantly, to identify how contamination can be prevented through safe food handling practices. The information provided in this course is important to everyone, but particularly for community social service staff who work in places such as community kitchens, meal programs, or group homes supporting adults with developmental disabilities, by either directly providing meals or helping them prepare their own meals. You will use interactive exercises to apply your understanding of safe food handling practices aimed at reducing the risk of contamination and the spreading of foodborne diseases. After completing this course, you will be able to better identify what each person needs to know, the most common forms of foodborne illnesses, and the four main principles involved in safe food handling. Note that this course does not cover allergic reactions to foods, such as shellfish and nuts, and is not a substitute for food safety courses that might be mandatory in some jurisdictions for people preparing food for the public.
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Handling Food Safely in Community or Social Service Organizations
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