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Surviving the Family Reunion Picnic…

Surviving the Family Reunion Picnic…

Surviving the Family Reunion Picnic… Dr. Barbara Ingham Food Science Extension Specialist University of Wisconsin-Madison Who Wants to Survive the Family Reunion Picnic?-$100 If food looks, smells and tastes perfectly normal, it is safe to eat. True False Don’t know Try and see

By jacob
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2. Danger Zone

2. Danger Zone

Dead ahead. DANGER ZONE 112.5 DEGREES (FROM DEAD AHEAD TO 22.5 DEGREES ABAFT THE STARBOARD BEAM). Starboard beam. 22.5 DEGREES ABAFT STARBOARD BEAM. DZ Demo. Astern. 2. Danger Zone. If another boat is within your DANGER ZONE angle, you must give way.

By issac
(287 views)

Culinary Arts I

Culinary Arts I

Culinary Arts I. Food Safety and Sanitation. Food Safety. Reducing the risk of making yourself and others sick through food production 76 million food borne illnesses are reported each year. 300,000 people are hospitalized each year 5,000 people die each year. FOOD SAFETY & SANITATION.

By hali
(258 views)

Serve Safe Food Safety

Serve Safe Food Safety

Serve Safe Food Safety. May 2006. Food Safety. Important to prevent food borne illnesses Food borne illness caused by bacterial growth on food usually on potentially hazardous foods Children, elderly, pregnant women, and those with compromised immune systems are most vulnerable to illness.

By hope
(149 views)

Machine Guarding

Machine Guarding

Machine Guarding. Machine Guarding. OSHA Standard 1910.212. OSHA’s Top 20. General Industry Most Frequently Cited Violations 6 of top 20 deal with guarding issues one of these electrical guarding. # 6.

By dorie
(404 views)

Building Collaborative Relationships

Building Collaborative Relationships

Building Collaborative Relationships. Supporting Early Childhood Education Programs. Our Program History. Blue Valley Community Action Partnership Jefferson County Head Start Program Fairbury Public Schools Step-by-Step Program (Early Childhood Special Education/Peer Model Program)

By naiya
(197 views)

Training Your Supervisors to Recognize Employment Law Danger Zones

Training Your Supervisors to Recognize Employment Law Danger Zones

Training Your Supervisors to Recognize Employment Law Danger Zones. Lauri D. Chaudoin www.chaudoinlaw.com lauri@chaudoinlaw.com. Why Train?. The economy requires it. Studies show that just a 1% increase in unemployment can lead to a significant increase in lawsuit filings.

By tanek
(148 views)

Who Wants to Survive the School Picnic?-$100

Who Wants to Survive the School Picnic?-$100

Who Wants to Survive the School Picnic?-$100. If food looks, smells and tastes perfectly normal, it is safe to eat. True False Don’t know Try and see. Who Wants to Survive the School Picnic?-$100. If food looks, smells and tastes perfectly normal, it is safe to eat. B. False

By toya
(118 views)

Time Limit: 8 minutes Budget : $175 Minimum: 3 Vehicles Maximum: 10 Vehicles Power Sources: 3 out of

Time Limit: 8 minutes Budget : $175 Minimum: 3 Vehicles Maximum: 10 Vehicles Power Sources: 3 out of

Time Limit: 8 minutes Budget : $175 Minimum: 3 Vehicles Maximum: 10 Vehicles Power Sources: 3 out of 7 SMALL vehicles must fit in box or cube 6 inch by 6 inch by 6 inch . Regardless of what we tell you during this training,

By tyler
(84 views)

Food Safety and Contamination Questions

Food Safety and Contamination Questions

Food Safety and Contamination Questions. Above the Level questions to be answered: 1,2,3,5,6,11,14,15,18,19,20. At the Level questions to be answered: 1,2,3,4,6,8,11,14,16,19. Well Above the Level questions to be answered: 1,4,7,9,10,12,13,16,17, 18,19,20.

By quang
(86 views)

Visual Controls in the 1 st Grade

Visual Controls in the 1 st Grade

Visual Controls in the 1 st Grade. Who’s having a bad day in Mrs. Miller’s class?. What is Inside?. Visual Safety. “Don’t Stand in the Danger Zone”. Before. After.

By clara
(115 views)

QUALITY OF LIFE COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE # 1: OVERCOMING BARRIERS

QUALITY OF LIFE COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE # 1: OVERCOMING BARRIERS

G. L. OACB Good Life Training Series. QUALITY OF LIFE COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE # 1: OVERCOMING BARRIERS . Presented by:. G. L. OACB Good Life Training Series. COACH LEARNING EXPERIENCE # 2 SURVIVAL & DANGER ZONE. What is a Quality of Life Coach

By hansel
(94 views)

Food Safety & Sanitation

Food Safety & Sanitation

Food Safety & Sanitation. Mrs. Burton—Foods & Nutrition 1. Food Borne Illness. Result from eating contaminated foods For bacteria growth warmth, moisture, and food are needed Can not be detected from appearance or smell. . Botulism: bottles & babies. Source Improperly canned foods Honey

By ceri
(193 views)

EGN 1935: ECE Adventures

EGN 1935: ECE Adventures

Team America Robot: Top Gun Professors: Dr. Arroyo and Dr. Schwartz Teaching Assistant: Andrew Wegener Team Members: Bradley Wallace Kasey Stefanski Thomas Vaseliou. EGN 1935: ECE Adventures. Presentation Summary. Team Member Biographies Robot Story Robot Video Team Conclusions.

By krista
(135 views)

Time Limit: 8 minutes Budget : $175 Minimum: 3 Vehicles Maximum: 10 Vehicles

Time Limit: 8 minutes Budget : $175 Minimum: 3 Vehicles Maximum: 10 Vehicles

Time Limit: 8 minutes Budget : $175 Minimum: 3 Vehicles Maximum: 10 Vehicles Power Sources: 3 out of 7 SMALL vehicles must fit in box or cube 6 inch by 6 inch by 6 inch . Regardless of what we tell you during this training,

By osgood
(127 views)

Safety and Sanitation

Safety and Sanitation

Safety and Sanitation. Why is it important to keep food safe?. You could _________________________ You could________________________________ Dining experiences can be ________________ Restaurants can loose their reputation In conclusion, Serving good food makes good business.

By hera
(162 views)

Chapter 1 – Sanitation

Chapter 1 – Sanitation

Chapter 1 – Sanitation . 1.1 Sanitary Food Handling. Biological Hazards. Bacteria – single celled LIVING organisms (The volume/type of bacteria will determine how sick you get. Viruses – living cells, need a host

By sherri
(106 views)

Surviving & Thriving During Times of Great Change

Surviving & Thriving During Times of Great Change

Surviving & Thriving During Times of Great Change. Presenter Martha N. Bryan. Change! Change! Change! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Those Who Get Stuck In Change. Change! Change! Change! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

By suchi
(187 views)

Sanitation

Sanitation

Sanitation. Chapter 6. Foodborne Illness. Cross-Contamination. Bacteria vs. Toxins . Botulism. E.Coli. Listeriosis. Salmonella. Food Sources. Food Sources. Food Sources. Food Sources. Safety. Chapter 6. Ways to Prevent…. Poisonings. Cuts. Burns & Fires. Falls. Electrical Shock.

By lundy
(128 views)

Adaptive Cruise Control

Adaptive Cruise Control

DeVvrat YMCAUST, Faridabad. Adaptive Cruise Control. Advisor(s): Dr. Munish Vashishth Mr. Dushyant Singh. Problem Statement . The main problem regarding the normal Cruise Control technology is that it is not aware of other vehicles’s movement

By crwys
(428 views)

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