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Food Safety

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Group Written Assignment (LO 3.13.2-3.3-3.4-3.5-3.6-3.7)

This assignment is a team research work on effective prevention


systems in the control of food contamination in a restaurant.
By Saleem Reza Dulall, Kenny Calou and Nafis Furreed

Food Safety Management

Acknowlegdement

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Table of Contents
Introduction........................................................................................................... 1

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Introduction
Food Safety
Food safety is a public health priority and every year, there are millions of
people falling sick and even many deaths have been reported due to the
result of eating unsafe food. Food safety can simply be defined as an
assurance that food will not cause harm to any human being or animal
when it is prepared and/or eaten according to its intended use. People are
always expecting their food to be safe for consumption, therefore if food
safety and food hygiene are not taken seriously, it can be a serious health
hazard and even lead to death in many cases. Foodborne illness or food
poisoning is the consumption of water or food that has been
contaminated. Foodborne illness is caused by pathogenic organisms which
eventually lead to either food intoxication or food infection. This occurs
when a group of person consume the same contaminated food or water
and then suffer from the same illness or symptoms.
There are usually three types of food contamination; physical
contamination, chemical contamination and biological contamination.
Physical contamination takes place when a foreign object like hair, insects
or any hard unwanted material comes in contact with food that is
intended to be eaten. This is why food handlers are not allowed to wear
jewelleries while they are on duty. Despite the fact that physical
contamination can be less dangerous or completely harmless, it still
makes food look less desirable to consume. No one likes to have a hair in
their food. This affects the business and its reputation.
Chemical contamination takes place when chemicals make their way into
food, such as bleach, detergents, and perfumes and so on. It is always
recommended to avoid using strong chemicals in food area to avoid such
contamination. Food handlers must always wash their hands properly if
they have handled chemicals before entering the food area.
The last type of contamination is biological. This is usually the most
dangerous type of contamination and it is usually more common in many
restaurants. This happens when food are affected by harmful tiny microorganisms such as fungi, viruses, parasites and bacteria.
One of the most common ways food can be contaminated biologically is
by cross contamination, that when raw food comes in contact with cooked
food. Practising a safe food handling in the food industry will decrease
cases of biological contamination.
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Usually these types of contamination can happen at any time if


precautions are not taken; and if measures and guidelines are not
provided to food handlers.
For this assignment, I am looking forward to make sure that food
production is carried out in the safest way as possible at La Potinire
Restaurant in order to avoid any type of contamination, whether physical,
chemical or biological.
Food hygiene is about controlling pathogenic bacteria, which can cause
serious illness. The four main points to remember for a good hygiene are:
Cross-contamination
Cleaning
Chilling
Cooking
Temperature of food will need to be taken from time to time make sure it
is safe to eat. If temperature is checked, the growth of bacteria will make
the food unsafe for consumption and customers might suffer from food
poisoning.
Cold food must remain to a temperature below 50C
Hot food must have a temperature above 630C

To make sure that food is being handled safely, I have prepared a few
checklists to monitor, check, record and control the following:

The level of staff personal hygiene


To check for kitchen equipment if they are clean
Food preparation
Food Storage And Dry Storage
Refrigerator, Freezer, and Milk Cooler
Large Equipment
Cleaning And Sanitizing
Temperature Log for Cold storage devices.
Hot Holding
Cold Holding
Garbage Storage and Disposal
Pest Control
Quality control Checklist (Food temperature)

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All the checklists are found in the annex of this report.

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Annex
Checklists for Hygiene, Food Safety, Temperature, Quality and
Security
PERSONAL HYGIENE

Yes No

Employees wear clean and proper


uniform including shoes.

Effective
hair
properly worn.

are

Fingernails are short, unpolished,


and clean (no artificial nails).

Jewellery is limited to a plain ring,


such as wedding band and a watch
and no bracelets.
Hands
are
washed
properly,
frequently, and at appropriate
times.
Burns, wounds, sores or scabs, or
splints and water-proof bandages
on hands are bandaged and
completely
covered
with
a
foodservice glove while handling
food.
Eating, drinking, chewing gum,
smoking, or using tobacco are
allowed only in designated areas
away from preparation, service,
storage, and ware washing areas.
Employees use disposable tissues
when coughing or sneezing and
then immediately wash hands.
Employees appear in good health.

Hand sinks are unobstructed,


operational, and clean.

Hand sinks are stocked with soap,


disposable towels, and warm water

A hand washing reminder sign is


posted.

Employee
restrooms
operational and clean

restraints

are

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

Personal Hygiene Checklist

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Utensils And Equipment

Yes No

All small equipment and utensils,


including cutting boards and
knives, are cleaned and sanitized
between uses.
Small equipment and utensils are
washed, sanitized, and air-dried.

Work surfaces and utensils are


clean

Work surfaces are cleaned and


sanitized between uses.

Thermometers are cleaned and


sanitized after each use.

Thermometers are calibrated on a


routine basis.

Can opener is clean.

Drawers and racks are clean.

Clean utensils are handled in a


manner to prevent contamination
of areas that will be in direct
contact with food or a persons
mouth.

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

Utensils And Equipment checklist

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Food Preparation Checklist


FOOD PREPARATION

Yes
No

All food stored or prepared in


facility is from approved sources.

Food equipment, utensils and food


contact surfaces are properly
washed, rinsed, and sanitized
before every use.
Frozen food is thawed under
refrigeration, cooked to proper
temperature from frozen state, or
in cold running water.
Thawed food is not refrozen.

Preparation is planned so
ingredients are kept out of the
temperature danger zone to the
extent possible.
Food is tasted using the proper
procedure.
Procedures are in place to prevent
cross-contamination.
Food is handled with suitable
utensils, such as single use gloves
or tongs.
Food is prepared in small batches
to limit the time it is in the
temperature danger zone.
Clean reusable towels are used
only for sanitizing equipment and
surfaces and not for drying hands,
utensils, or floor.
Food is cooked to the required safe
internal temperature for the
appropriate time. The
temperature is tested with a
calibrated food thermometer.
The internal temperature of food
being cooked is monitored and
documented.

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

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Food Storage and Dry Storage Checklist


FOOD STORAGE AND DRY
STORAGE

Yes
No

Corrective Action

Temperatures of dry storage area


are between 100C and 210C ( Room
Temperature)
All food and paper supplies are
stored 6 to 8 inches off the floor.

All food is labelled with name and


received date.
Open bags of food are stored in
containers with tight fitting lids and
labelled with common name.
The FIFO (First In, First Out) method
of inventory management is used.

There are no bulging or leaking


canned goods.
There are no bulging or leaking
canned goods.
Food is protected from
contamination.
All food surfaces are clean.

Chemicals are clearly labelled and


stored away from food and foodrelated supplies.
There is a regular cleaning schedule
for all food surfaces.
Food is stored in original container
or a food grade container.

Name
and
Signatur
e

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Refrigerator, Freezer, and Milk Cooler Checklist


REFRIGERATOR, FREEZER, AND MILK
COOLER

Yes

No

Corrective Action

Thermometers are available and accurate.

Temperature is appropriate for pieces of equipment.

Food is stored 6 inches off floor or in walk-in cooling


equipment.

Refrigerator and freezer units are clean and neat.

Proper chilling procedures are used.

All food is properly wrapped, labelled, and dated.

The FIFO (First In, First Out) method of inventory


management is used.

Ambient air temperature of all refrigerators and


freezers is monitored and documented at the
beginning and end of each shift.

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Temperature Log for Cold storage devices.


Refrigerator/Freezer

08:0
0

09:0
0

10:0
0

11:0
0

12:0
0

13:0
0

14:0
0

15:0
0

Refrigerator in Pastry
Area:
- Refrigerator 1
-

Refrigerator 2

Freezer (-18)

Refrigerator in Main
Kitchen Area:
Refrigerator ( Vegetable
1)
Refrigerator ( Vegetable
2)
Refrigerator ( BOFL)
Refrigerator in Cold
Kitchen
Refrigerator
Freezer
Refrigerator in
Butchery
Refrigerator
Freezer
Checked By:

Note:
Refrigerator Temperature must be below 50c
Freezers Temperature must be 180c
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Large Equipment Checklist


LARGE EQUIPMENT

Yes
No

Food slicer is clean.

Food slicer is broken down,


cleaned, and sanitized before and
after every use

Boxes, containers, and recyclables


are removed from site

Loading dock and area around


dumpsters are clean and odor-free

Exhaust hood and filters are clean.

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

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Cleaning and Sanitizing Checklist


CLEANING AND SANITIZING

Yes

No

Three-compartment sink is
properly set up for ware washing.

Dish machine is working properly


(such as gauges and chemicals
are at recommended levels).

Water is clean and free of grease


and food particles

Water temperatures are correct


for wash and rinse

If heat sanitizing, the utensils are


allowed to remain immersed in
171 F water for 30 seconds

If using a chemical sanitizer, it is


mixed correctly and a sanitizer
strip is used to test chemical
concentration.

Small ware and utensils are


allowed to air dry.
Wiping cloths are stored in
sanitizing solution while in use.

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

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Hot Holding Checklist


HOT HOLDING

Yes No

Hot holding unit is clean.

Food is heated to the required safe


internal temperature before
placing in hot holding. Hot holding
units are not used to reheat
potentially hazardous foods.
Hot holding unit is pre-heated
before hot food is placed in unit.

Temperature of hot food being held


is at or above 630C

Food is protected from


contamination.

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

Cold Holding Checklist


COLD HOLDING

Yes No

Refrigerators are kept clean and


organized.

Temperature of cold food being


held is at or below 50C

Food is protected from


contamination.

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

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Garbage Storage and Disposal Checklist


GARBAGE STORAGE AND
DISPOSAL

Yes
No

Kitchen garbage cans are clean


and kept covered.

Garbage cans are emptied as


necessary.

Boxes and containers are


removed from site.

Loading dock and area around


dumpster are clean.

Dumpsters are clean.

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

Pest Control Checklist


PEST CONTROL

Yes

No

Outside doors have screens, are wellsealed, and are equipped with a selfclosing device.

No evidence of pests is present.

There is a regular schedule of pest


control by a licensed pest control
operator.

Corrective Action

Name and
Signature

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Quality Control - Temperature Log

Date: 30 Oct 2014

Checked by: ___Saleem Dulall____

Starter: Prawn salad with mix peppers and rocket leaves.


Cold
Safe Temperature
Range / C

Recorded
Temperature
/C

TABLE
NO.

REMARKS

0 - 17

Main Course: Roasted Fillet of Captaine with asparagus, carrots,


turnips, cherry tomatoes and saffron pilaf rice with a mousseline sauce.
HOT
Recorded
Safe Temperature
TABLE
Temperature
REMARKS
Range / C
NO.
/C

63- 80
Trio-Dessert: Bourdalou Tartlet, almond ice cream and bavarois
nougatine
Cold
Safe Temperature
Range / C

Recorded
Temperature
/C

TABLE
NO.

REMARKS

-18 - 5

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Reference

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