Food Safety ID Dr. Kristin Stair Assistant ProfessorAgricultural And Extension EducationNew Mexico State University
Food Safety ID • For this section, a series of slides will be shown. • The slides may or may not demonstrate violations of GMP’s (good manufacturing practices). • A complete list can be found online • National FFA does not provide the list in advance. It is recommended that students learn the full list so that they will know what to look for
29 • Uncooked foods and cooked foods shall be stored in separated areas with proper identification.
04 • Open outside doors or windows without screens or air curtains are not permitted.
18 • Food handling employees must wear hairnets and/or beard nets
00 • No Violation Observed
31 • All walls, ceilings, floor, and equipment exposed to foods in the processing or storage areas shall be rust-free
33 • All food ingredients to be added to foods and/or processed for human consumption must be clean and free from any contact with contaminated surfaces prior to usage
06 • Open-top trash containers (inside or outside) are required to be covered
01 • Facilities, ingredients, packaging supplies, and processed foods shall be free of pests. This includes insects, rodents, birds, and any other domestic or wild animal
00 • No Violation
21 • Food handling employees shall wear clean, impact-resistant, sanitary gloves made of impermeable plastic or rubber whenever in direct contact with foods, ingredients or containers for these foods and supplies