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1

Can anything substitute for proper hand washing?

No

2

Where or when can you smoke and eat in the establishment?

You can never smoke or eat in the kitchen or in areas where food is prepared or stored.

3

How long should you wash your hands for?

20 seconds

4

When you enter the kitchen to start your shift, what should you do before handling food?

Wash your hands thoroughly for at least 20 seconds.

5

Why is it important to understand and apply food safety knowledge?

To prevent the spread of illnesses through food.

6

What is the best way to prevent the spread of germs from a food service worker to food?

Wash your hands as often as necessary and do not touch ready-to-eat foods.

7

What are examples of ready to eat foods?

Chips, Cooked Pizza, Salads, Sandwiches, Pickles

8

If you have a contagious disease what should you do?

Stay home as you may potentially get people sick.

9

When must you wash your hands?

Each time your hands or gloves become contaminated.

10

What should you do if the gloves you are using to handle food become contaminated?

Remove the gloves, throw the gloves away, wash your hands, and put on new gloves.

11

Are you allowed to work your shift if you have pink eye?

Never

12

Bare hand contact is not allowed when handling:

Ready-to-eat foods

13

If a guest tells you they have a food allergy, what should you do?

Refer, Review, Remember, Respond

14

Where must you wash your hands?

Only in an authorized and designated hand wash sink.

15

Whose responsibility is it to make sure food is safe for our guest?

Everyone

16

What are the top 8 food allergens?

Wheat, Egg, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Shellfish, Soybean, Milk, Fish

17

Food prepared at home or in an unlicensed kitchen are?

Illegal