Food Safety Training Videos
Employees who work with food need to be committed to creating products that are safe to eat. So it's important that they follow good cleaning procedures in their facility.
In food processing and handling facilities, it is vitally important to keep food products free from harmful microorganisms, such as bacteria, mold, spores and viruses. These can all contaminate food products… and potentially cause an outbreak of foodborne illnesses.
"HACCP…Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points in the Food Industry" training course discusses the most widely used, international food safety program…the “Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points” system, which ensures that the food reaching consumers is safe enough to eat.
Slips, Trips, and Falls in Food Processing and Handling Environments training video program contains valuable information about how to identify, avoid and prevent hazards that cause slips, trips, and falls and what employees can do to prevent them... both at work and at home.
Good Manufacturing Practices in the Food Industry: Part I contains valuable information about how employees can help their facility meet the criteria set by the first three sections of the FDA's GMP regulation… addressing Personnel, Plant and Grounds and Sanitary Operations.
The “Good Manufacturing Practices in the Food Industry: Part II” training program contains valuable information about how employees can help their facility meet the criteria set by the last four sections of the FDA's GMP regulation… addressing Sanitary Facilities and Controls, Equipment and Utensils, Manufacturing Processing and Controls, and Warehousing and Distribution.
Many employees in the kitchen and food service industry are injured every year. Food handlers, cooks, waiters and waitresses, beverage servers can't always be concentrating on anything except providing quality food and service. This program will cover all aspects of safety in the restaurant kitchen.
Every individual in the child care system should review the information contained in this training program. Discusses food borne illness prevention techniques, cleaning, sanitizing, and much more. Did you know that heating food in plastic containers in the microwave can be hazardous and a potential carcinogen? Features an interview with an adult who recently experienced food borne illness and explains his experience with this potentially deadly illness.
According to OSHA, workplaces must be free of all recognized hazards. Certainly, knives fall into this category. Companies provide the appropriate training. It’s up to the employee to be aware and comply with company procedures. This program focuses on the use of knives with emphasis on safety.
Many employees in the kitchen and food service industry are injured every year. Food handlers, cooks, waiters and waitresses, beverage servers can’t always be concentrating on anything except providing quality food and service. This program will cover all aspects of safety in the restaurant kitchen.
Sanitation for Cafeteria and Food Service Areas program will focus on cleanliness, sanitation, food temperatures, and good housekeeping. Foodborne illness is quite prevalent in the home, restaurants, hotels, retail establishments, even school cafeterias.
When a food facility is given a satisfactory rating, it means on the day the health inspector visited, the establishment passed the requirements. It happens frequently that salmonella causes people to get sick. Food sanitation requires your attention if you work in the food industry or you cook at home. This program is designed to help reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses and other related diseases.
In today’s environment of health issues, communicable diseases, and other health related topics it’s important to understand potential hazards we all have on a daily basis. These potential hazards exist at work, at home, and everywhere you go so you need to know how to protect yourself from these hazards. In this program we will concentrate on what is called Blood Borne Pathogens.