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20 terms
Safety and Sanitation
E Coli
Salmonella
Listeria
Botulism
food borne illness transported by ground beef and feces, caus…
food borne illness transported by poultry products, like chic…
food borne illness transported by deli meat and soft cheese;…
food borne illness transported by dented cans and honey; most…
E Coli
food borne illness transported by ground beef and feces, caus…
Salmonella
food borne illness transported by poultry products, like chic…
54 terms
Safety and Sanitation
CDC
GRAS
EPA
HACCP
company that monitors foodborne and waterborne diseases
a list provided by the FDA that has items on it that are Gene…
regulates the disposal of wastes generated by processing and…
designed to predict and prevent threats to food safety and va…
CDC
company that monitors foodborne and waterborne diseases
GRAS
a list provided by the FDA that has items on it that are Gene…
21 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Physical Hazard
Ultrasound
Biological Hazard
Cold Sterilization
Back Injury
Passing high frequency sound waves through a solution to crea…
Urine- Soaked Blanket
Soaking items in a chemical disinfectant until they are used
Physical Hazard
Back Injury
Ultrasound
Passing high frequency sound waves through a solution to crea…
34 terms
Safety & Sanitation
Antiseptics
aseptic
carcinogenic
-cide, -cidal
Agents that may kill or prevent growth of bacteria
free from disease-causing microorganisms
Causing cancer
suffixes meaning to kill
Antiseptics
Agents that may kill or prevent growth of bacteria
aseptic
free from disease-causing microorganisms
29 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Salmonella
botulism
hepatitis A
e-coli
caused by raw eggs and undercooked/raw poultry
caused by poorly canned food, possibly honey for babies
caused by food infected with human fecal matter (human poop)
caused by undercooked ground beef, fecal matter on foods
Salmonella
caused by raw eggs and undercooked/raw poultry
botulism
caused by poorly canned food, possibly honey for babies
12 terms
safety and sanitation
Groups of individuals who are at a hig…
FATTOM
FIFO (First in,First out)
cristical limits
Elderly people, pregnant women, HIV/AIDS patients, toddlers,…
to remenber the conditions affect growth bacteria
principle of using supplies and stock in the order received
the limits that a hazard is acceptable without compromising f…
Groups of individuals who are at a hig…
Elderly people, pregnant women, HIV/AIDS patients, toddlers,…
FATTOM
to remenber the conditions affect growth bacteria
40 terms
Safety and Sanitation
What is a sell by date?
What is a best before date?
What is an expiration date?
Name the 3 foods that quickly spoil at…
This is the last day the food should be sold. Products are st…
This date is the day the food was put in a package. After thi…
This date is the last day you should eat the food. After this…
Meat, milk and eggs
What is a sell by date?
This is the last day the food should be sold. Products are st…
What is a best before date?
This date is the day the food was put in a package. After thi…
29 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Salmonella
botulism
hepatitis A
e-coli
caused by raw eggs and undercooked/raw poultry
caused by poorly canned food, possibly honey for babies
caused by food infected with human fecal matter (human poop)
caused by undercooked ground beef, fecal matter on foods
Salmonella
caused by raw eggs and undercooked/raw poultry
botulism
caused by poorly canned food, possibly honey for babies
11 terms
safety and sanitation
OSHA
EPA disinfectant
MSDS
Dispensary
Occupational Safe and Health Administration
Environmental Protection Agency
Material Safety Data Sheet
Room in salon or lab to do laundry, store products, mix color…
OSHA
Occupational Safe and Health Administration
EPA disinfectant
Environmental Protection Agency
30 terms
Safety & Sanitation
Example of Physical Hazard
Example of Chemical Hazard
Example of Biological Hazard
Example of Zoonotic Hazard
Animal injuries, back injuries, falls on a wet floor, or expo…
Drugs, cleaning agents, insecticides, or anethetic gases
Living tissue/organs, blood, urine, or needles/"sharps"
Viruses, bacteria, fungi, or parasites
Example of Physical Hazard
Animal injuries, back injuries, falls on a wet floor, or expo…
Example of Chemical Hazard
Drugs, cleaning agents, insecticides, or anethetic gases
14 terms
Safety and Sanitation
What is the Temperature Danger Zone?
What is the temperature of a Freezer
What is the temperature of a Refrigera…
What is the temperature of Dry Storage?
40 - 140 F... It is a temperature range in which bacteria grow a…
0 F or below
Below 40 F... Ideally 35-38 F
55 - 65 F... Non perishable pantry items, canned, dried, packaged
What is the Temperature Danger Zone?
40 - 140 F... It is a temperature range in which bacteria grow a…
What is the temperature of a Freezer
0 F or below
19 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Foodborne illness associated with poul…
Botulism
You should use left overs within how m…
What percent of the time can you preve…
Salmonella
foodborne illness associated with improper canned items.
2-3 days
85%
Foodborne illness associated with poul…
Salmonella
Botulism
foodborne illness associated with improper canned items.
102 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Hepatitis A (liver doesn't properly wo…
Campylobacter Jejuni
E. Coli 0157.H7 or Shigella
Vibrio Cholera
Causes "clay colored" stool and jaundice
#1 cause of diarrhea in college aged students and associated…
Bloody diarrhea that can lead to HUS or strokes in older pati…
Rice Water Stool
Hepatitis A (liver doesn't properly wo…
Causes "clay colored" stool and jaundice
Campylobacter Jejuni
#1 cause of diarrhea in college aged students and associated…
21 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Antiseptics
Aseptic
Biohazard
Carcinogenic
solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth…
being free of infection or contamination by microorganisms.
medical waste that could cause infection; needles, scalpel bl…
cancer causing
Antiseptics
solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth…
Aseptic
being free of infection or contamination by microorganisms.
39 terms
Sanitation and Safety
Sanitation
Contaminated
Hazard
Microorganism
The development and application of sanitary measures for the…
Contains harmful substances that were not present originally.
Any substance that can cause illness or injury.
Is a biological hazard that is a tiny, usually single-celled…
Sanitation
The development and application of sanitary measures for the…
Contaminated
Contains harmful substances that were not present originally.
38 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Sell by date
Best before date
expiration date
Meat, milk and eggs
This is the last day the food should be sold. Products are st…
This date is the day the food was put in a package. After thi…
This date is the last day you should eat the food. After this…
Three things that spoil easily.
Sell by date
This is the last day the food should be sold. Products are st…
Best before date
This date is the day the food was put in a package. After thi…
30 terms
Sanitation and Safety
Pre-wash Temp(Machine dish washing)
Wash Temp (Machine dish washing)
Rinse Temp (Machine dish washing)
Sanitizing w/ heat
110-140 degrees,
140-165 degrees,
165-180 degrees
170 F - 30 sec ... or... 180 F -10 sec
Pre-wash Temp(Machine dish washing)
110-140 degrees,
Wash Temp (Machine dish washing)
140-165 degrees,
12 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Heavy pots and pans should be stored...
When uncovering a pan, to avoid burns…
Vinegar, lemon juice, and baking soda…
When a fire starts in a pan on top of…
on low shelves
Lift up the near edge of the cover first.
Are examples of safe substitutes for hazardous chemical... clean…
Pour baking soda on the flames.
Heavy pots and pans should be stored...
on low shelves
When uncovering a pan, to avoid burns…
Lift up the near edge of the cover first.
30 terms
Sanitation and Safety
Pre-wash Temp(Machine dish washing)
Wash Temp (Machine dish washing)
Rinse Temp (Machine dish washing)
Sanitizing w/ heat
110-140 degrees,
140-165 degrees,
165-180 degrees
170 F - 30 sec ... or... 180 F -10 sec
Pre-wash Temp(Machine dish washing)
110-140 degrees,
Wash Temp (Machine dish washing)
140-165 degrees,
33 terms
Safety and Sanitation
where should heavy pots be stored
when uncovering a pan, to avoid burns…
If you do not wash your hands after bl…
major causes of accidents in the kitchen
on low shelves
lift the cover away from your face first
staph bacteria
falls, burns, cuts, shock, poison
where should heavy pots be stored
on low shelves
when uncovering a pan, to avoid burns…
lift the cover away from your face first
27 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Where is the fire extinguisher located?
What do you do if a fire starts in you…
How do you put out a grease fire?
What CAN you put down the garbage disp…
on the back wall
notify the teacher ASAP and go get extinguisher
cover it/smother with lid or baking soda/extinguisher
cereal, pasta & eggshells
Where is the fire extinguisher located?
on the back wall
What do you do if a fire starts in you…
notify the teacher ASAP and go get extinguisher
24 terms
Safety and Sanitation
What is OSHA
What are the signs of when you need to…
What does fire extinguisher type A mean
What does fire extinguisher type K mean
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
When someone is showing signs of choking
ash (paper and wood)
(grease and oil)
What is OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
What are the signs of when you need to…
When someone is showing signs of choking
13 terms
Safety & Sanitation
Sanitation
Most common types of accidents in the…
Never use ____ on a grease fire.
Food-borne illness
the process of maintaining a clean and healthy environment
electric shocks, fires, burns, falls, cuts, poisonings
water
sickness caused by eating contaminated food
Sanitation
the process of maintaining a clean and healthy environment
Most common types of accidents in the…
electric shocks, fires, burns, falls, cuts, poisonings
20 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Cleaning
Emergency
Fire extinguisher
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
the physical removal of dirt and food from surfaces
An unforeseen event that can cause harm to people or property
A portable container, usually filled with special chemicals f…
A government agency to assure safe and healthful working cond…
Cleaning
the physical removal of dirt and food from surfaces
Emergency
An unforeseen event that can cause harm to people or property
11 terms
Safety and Sanitation
foodborne illness
time-temperature abuse
cross-contamination
TCS foods
illness carried or transmitted to people by food
food that has been allowed to remain too long at a temperatur…
occurs when microorganisms are transferred from one food or s…
Food that contains moisture and protein and has a neutral or…
foodborne illness
illness carried or transmitted to people by food
time-temperature abuse
food that has been allowed to remain too long at a temperatur…
25 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Antiseptics
Aseptic
Biohazard
Carcinogenic
Solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth…
Being free of infection or contamination by microorganisms.
Medical waste that could cause infection; needles, scalpel bl…
Cancer causing
Antiseptics
Solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth…
Aseptic
Being free of infection or contamination by microorganisms.
13 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Foodbourne-illness
Contamination
Time-Temperature Abuse
Personal Hygiene
An incident in which two ore more people get the same illness…
Presence of harmful substances in food. Some food safety haza…
Any time it has been allowed to remain too long at temperatur…
The daily maintenance of cleanliness and healthfulness throug…
Foodbourne-illness
An incident in which two ore more people get the same illness…
Contamination
Presence of harmful substances in food. Some food safety haza…
83 terms
Safety and Sanitation
TCS
TCS can only be in the "Danger Zone" f…
Cross contamination
Physical contamination
Foods that provide bacteria with 6 growth factors... Food... Acid... T…
4 hours
when contaminants (bacteria, viruses, etc.) are transferred f…
can come from jewelry, a loose pen, pencil or a thermometer,…
TCS
Foods that provide bacteria with 6 growth factors... Food... Acid... T…
TCS can only be in the "Danger Zone" f…
4 hours
32 terms
Safety & Sanitation
aerobic bacteria
anaerobic bacteria
bacteria
biological hazard
bacteria that require oxygen
bacteria that thrive without oxygen
single-celled organisms that reproduce by dividing
harmful organisms that cause foodborne illness
aerobic bacteria
bacteria that require oxygen
anaerobic bacteria
bacteria that thrive without oxygen
26 terms
Safety & Sanitation
Food Borne Illness
contaminant
microorganism
bacteria
diseases transmitted by food
any thing that may be harmful that has gotten into food
A living thing so small it can only be seen by a microscope
a single or non-celled organism that can live almost anywhere
Food Borne Illness
diseases transmitted by food
contaminant
any thing that may be harmful that has gotten into food
10 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Safety
Sanitation
Physical
Biological
Is taking the necessary precaution in order to prevent danger…
Is mainting clean conditions to promote disease and promote g…
Foreign matter in a food. Hair, jewelry, bandages.
Viruses, Bacteria, Parasites and Fungi
Safety
Is taking the necessary precaution in order to prevent danger…
Sanitation
Is mainting clean conditions to promote disease and promote g…
12 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Danger Zone
Food Poisoning Symptoms
What do Food Poisoning symptoms resemb…
To kill bacteria
40-140 degrees
Nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, diarrhea, cramps, headache
Flu-like Symptoms
Cook Food
Danger Zone
40-140 degrees
Food Poisoning Symptoms
Nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, diarrhea, cramps, headache
Sanitation and Safety
Sanitation and Safety
Keeping the work environment clean and…
1.
...
...
Understand and explain the importance of keeping the workplac…
Sanitation and Safety
...
Keeping the work environment clean and…
...
8 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Food-borne Illness
Contaminant
Microorganism
Bacteria
An illness caused by consuming foods or beverages that have b…
An undesirable substance that is present, but is not intentio…
A small living plant or animal seen only with a microscope
A single-celled, microscopic organism that often causes food-…
Food-borne Illness
An illness caused by consuming foods or beverages that have b…
Contaminant
An undesirable substance that is present, but is not intentio…
20 terms
Safety and Sanitation
tsp
tbsp
40-140
baking soda
What is the abbreviation for teaspoon?
What is the abbreviation for tablespoon?
What is the danger zone?
How do you put out a grease fire?
tsp
What is the abbreviation for teaspoon?
tbsp
What is the abbreviation for tablespoon?
10 terms
safety and sanitation
toxins
FATTOM
FIFO (First in,First out)
cristical limits
various poisonous substances produced by microorganisms that…
to remenber the conditions affect growth bacteria
principle of using supplies and stock in the order received
the limits that a hazard is acceptable without compromising f…
toxins
various poisonous substances produced by microorganisms that…
FATTOM
to remenber the conditions affect growth bacteria
38 terms
Safety and Sanitation
found in chicken, college, cat feces,…
causes Guillian Barre syndrome or sept…
cafeteria germ
caused by holding food in lg. quantiti…
campylobacter
campylobacter
clostridium perfringes
clostridium perfringes
found in chicken, college, cat feces,…
campylobacter
causes Guillian Barre syndrome or sept…
campylobacter
31 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Foodborne Illness
Foodborne-illness Outbreak
Three Categories of Contaminants
Who is responsible to keeping food saf…
A disease transmitted to people by food
When two or more people have the same symptoms after eating t…
Biological, Chemical, Physical
Manager and/or operator.
Foodborne Illness
A disease transmitted to people by food
Foodborne-illness Outbreak
When two or more people have the same symptoms after eating t…
25 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Illness from eating contaminated food
three potential hazards that can cause…
living organisms found in or on food
single celled organisms that can live…
foodborne illness
biological,chemical,physical
biological hazards
bacteria
Illness from eating contaminated food
foodborne illness
three potential hazards that can cause…
biological,chemical,physical
30 terms
Safety and Sanitation
When you wash your hands, the water sh…
Which of the following is it most impo…
When is it acceptable to play around i…
When cleaning knives, you should
a. warm... b. cool... c. as cold as you can stand... d. it doesn't rea…
a. seasoning... b. beverages... c. chemical sanitizing solution... d.…
a. any time... b. when we aren't cooking... c. during slow periods…
a. allow the knife to soak in water in the sink... b. hold the b…
When you wash your hands, the water sh…
a. warm... b. cool... c. as cold as you can stand... d. it doesn't rea…
Which of the following is it most impo…
a. seasoning... b. beverages... c. chemical sanitizing solution... d.…
12 terms
Safety and Sanitation: Sanitation Practices
sanitation
cleaning
disinfecting
sterilizing
the process of keeping something free of any element that wou…
physically removing all signs of dirt and organic matter such…
destroying most microorganisms on nonliving things by physcia…
destroying ALL microorganisms and viruses on an object using…
sanitation
the process of keeping something free of any element that wou…
cleaning
physically removing all signs of dirt and organic matter such…
20 terms
Safety & Sanitation
Antiseptics
Aseptic
Biohazard
Carcinogenic
Solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth…
Being free of infection or contamination by microorganisms.
Medical waste that could cause infection; needles, scalpel bl…
Cancer causing
Antiseptics
Solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth…
Aseptic
Being free of infection or contamination by microorganisms.
19 terms
Safety and Sanitation
foodborne illness
food safety
food sanitation
salmonella
illness that is caused by contaminated food or drink.
describing the preparation of food to prevent from getting fo…
food from getting contaminated.
bacteria that is caused serotype which in the case of food po…
foodborne illness
illness that is caused by contaminated food or drink.
food safety
describing the preparation of food to prevent from getting fo…
17 terms
Safety & Sanitation
hygiene
wash your hands... keep hair tied back... we…
sanitation
clean work area... wash dirty dishes & ut…
Practices that promote good health
List examples of hygiene in the kitchen
maintaining clean conditions to prevent disease and promote g…
Sanitation
hygiene
Practices that promote good health
wash your hands... keep hair tied back... we…
List examples of hygiene in the kitchen
50 terms
Food Safety and Sanitation
Food Borne Illness
Most common form of F.B.I
95%
20 seconds
Illness from contaminated food, could be physical, chemical,…
Bacterial food borne illnesses are the most common
Of food borne illnesses can be prevented by proper food handl…
How long you should wash your hands so you don't spread germs
Food Borne Illness
Illness from contaminated food, could be physical, chemical,…
Most common form of F.B.I
Bacterial food borne illnesses are the most common
51 terms
Safety & Sanitation
Antiseptics
Aseptic
Biohazard
Carcinogenic
Solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth…
Being free of infection or contamination by microorganisms.
Medical waste that could cause infection; needles, scalpel bl…
Cancer causing
Antiseptics
Solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth…
Aseptic
Being free of infection or contamination by microorganisms.
65 terms
Sanitation Disinfection and Safety
AIDS
alergy
antiseptics
bacilli (singular bacillus)
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, a disease caused by the…
reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
agents formulated for use on the skin.
short, rod-shaped bacteria: the most common bacteria; they pr…
AIDS
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, a disease caused by the…
alergy
reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
50 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Which is an obstacle to food safety?
A food borne illness is considered an…
The five most common food handling mis…
Which is an example of how food can be…
Staff language differences
Have the same symptoms of illness after eating the same food…
Practicing poor personal hygiene
Prep tables are wiped down with a side towel between uses
Which is an obstacle to food safety?
Staff language differences
A food borne illness is considered an…
Have the same symptoms of illness after eating the same food…
9 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Cross Contamination
Foodborne illness
Temperature Danger zone
FAT TOM
The spread of pathogens from one surface or food to another
A disease transmitted to people by food
temperatures of 41 to 140 where pathogens grow rapidly
the conditions pathogens need in order to grow rapidly
Cross Contamination
The spread of pathogens from one surface or food to another
Foodborne illness
A disease transmitted to people by food
19 terms
Safety and Sanitation
Safety rule #1
Safety rule #2
Safety rule #3
safety rule #4
keep all wires and cords away from sink
get rid of broken or damaged appliances
do not use an extension cords
turn off burners when you're done cooking
Safety rule #1
keep all wires and cords away from sink
Safety rule #2
get rid of broken or damaged appliances
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