There’s a lot to learn about food safety—meaning there’s a lot you have to remember in order to run a safe food establishment.
But even if you don’t have a lot of extra time, there are still ways to quickly review different food safety topics.
The following are short video recaps—under a minute long—to quickly give you a knowledge refresh so you can get back to keeping your kitchen safe.
Cooking food to their minimum recommended internal temperature can help reduce pathogenic bacteria to a safe level, so remembering what these are is crucial.
When storing food in a cooler or freezer, proper food storage will help keep food from going bad or passing along a foodborne illness to your customers.
Knowing the difference between sanitizers and detergents will help you properly clean your kitchen and kill of pathogenic bacteria that could be lurking on surfaces or equipment.
Are you following all of the best personal hygiene practices?
Stop the spread of pathogenic bacteria to prevent contaminating the food you’re serving.
For a complete look at proper food safety procedures, check out our food handlers training course.