Food Safety Awareness

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

By law, anyone who gives even a glass of water to patients requires a basic level of food safety training. This course has been designed for any member of staff who only handles food and/or drink on behalf of patients at ward level. The content of this course will be followed by an assessment to check your understanding and should take

approximately 30 minutes to complete.

What Will I Learn?

  • By the end of this food safety course you will be able to...
  • • Be aware of the acts and regulations that are associated with food safety
  • • Understand the different types of hazards associated with food safety
  • • Know how to break the food poisoning chain
  • • Explain the personal hygiene considerations required when handling food.
  • • Handle and store food appropriately.

Topics for this course

12 Lessons30m

Section 1: Be aware of the acts and regulations that are associated with food safety?

Within this section, you will learn about: • Explain the different regulations’ and how it applies to your day-today practice • Explain what HACCP is?
The Acts and Regulations
What is HACCP?

Section 2: Understand the different types of hazards associated with food safety?

Within this section, you will learn about: Different hazards associated with Food Safety Examples of different hazards associated with Food Safety

Section 3: Personal Hygiene and Cleaning?

Within this section, you will learn about: The importance of personal hygiene Effective Cleaning

Section 4: Storage, Handling and Refrigeration?

Within this section, you will learn about: • Storage, Handling and refrigeration • Rules for refrigeration

Quiz?

Over the next ten slides there is a short quiz to reinforce the key points of your learning. There is no score or pass mark for this test, although you must answer all ten questions before the course can be marked as complete.