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Food Safety 101: Personal Hygiene. Area Two Level One Certification Course KDE SCN. At the end of this presentation you will be able to…. Understand the importance of good personal hygiene;

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Food Safety 101:Personal Hygiene

Area Two Level One Certification Course

KDE SCN


At the end of this presentation you will be able to…

  • Understand the importance of good personal hygiene;

  • Identify ways to maintain proper personal hygiene according to district/department policies and procedures;

  • Use proper hand-washing techniques.


Personal Hygiene

  • Personal hygiene is the basic concept of cleaning, grooming and caring for our bodies.

  • It is very important to have good personal hygiene in food service because it prevents the spread of foodborne illness.


Let’s take a look at

Personal Hygiene beforeyou come to work:

  • Don’t alter or modify your uniform;

  • Ensure that your uniform fits properly;

  • Put on clean clothes;

  • If you are sick, use sick leave.

    • Vomiting

    • Diarrhea

    • Fever

    • Skin lesions


Let’s take a look at

Personal Hygiene while at work:

  • Store your personal items such as wallets, purses and jewelry;

  • Always wash your hands when necessary.


Gloves

  • Wash hands before applying sanitary gloves.

  • Do not blow into gloves to put them on.

  • Discard in trash if torn, soiled or if an interruption in operation occurs.

  • Wash hands after removing gloves.

  • It is always important to have gloves that fit properly.

  • Replace damaged gloves as needed.


Fingernails and Jewelry

Fingernails

Jewelry

  • Keep fingernails trimmed, filed and maintained so edges and surfaces are clean and smooth.

  • No fingernail polish. (KY Food Code)

  • No artificial nails. (KY Food Code)

  • No jewelry on hands or arms, except plain wedding bands.

  • No watches or bracelets.


Hair Restraints

  • Always wear effective hair restraints while in the food prep area (hats, hair covering or net, beard restraints, clothing that covers body hair, etc.)


Eating, Drinking, and Tobacco Products

  • This should occur only in designated areas.

  • Wash hands before returning to work.

  • Exception- closed beverage containers with a lid and straw are allowable if handled so to prevent contamination of employee’s hands, exposed food, equipment, utensils, linens and single service articles.


Hand washing

Hand-washing is essential to good personal hygiene.


Where to Wash Hands

  • Use the hand washing sink only!

  • These sinks will be provided with hand cleansers and hand drying supplies.

  • DO NOT wash your hands in food prep sinks, utensil sinks, service sinks or mop sinks.


Signage is important!

  • This is an example of signage that can be displayed by hand washing sink.


When to wash hands:

  • Before beginning work.

  • When changing tasks.

  • When soiled or contaminated.

  • Before putting on gloves.

  • When switching between raw & ready-to-eat food prep.

  • After handling soiled equipment or utensils.

  • After using the restroom.

  • After coughing, sneezing, using a tissue, using tobacco products, eating or drinking.

  • After engaging in other activities that could contaminate the hands.


Put Your Hands Together


Hand Washing Procedure

  • Lather hands and exposed parts of the arm.

  • Vigorously rub hands together for at least 20 seconds.

    • Pay particular attention to area underneath fingernails and between fingers.

  • Rinse with clean water.

  • Dry thoroughly with a single use paper towel or hand drying device.


Hand sanitizer is NOT an appropriate substitute for hand washing!


Always Remember

Proper hand washing is a highly effective and simple way to prevent the spread of germs thus keeping students safe.


Lessons learned:

  • From this presentation, you should be able to understand the importance of good personal hygiene;

  • Identify ways to maintain proper personal hygiene according to district/department policies and procedures;

  • Use proper hand-washing techniques.


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