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Our Food Hygiene Level 1 course is essential for anyone who works where food is made, sold, or served. This online course covers basics on how to properly handle consumables such as food contamination, allergies and bacteria, safety standards, and cleaning.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Learn about and show commitment to The Food Hygiene Regulations 2006
  • Understand cleanliness and how to avoid cross contamination when working with food
  • Learn about food poisoning and and how the food can become contaminated

SECTION 1

In this first section, we provide an introduction to food safety. This will include hazards and contamination, allergic reactions, good and poor safety standards, microorganism, bacteria and your responsibilities as a food handler including what you are legally required to do to keep food safe at all times.

SECTION 2

Having high standards of personal hygiene at all times is crucial for all food handlers. In the second section of this course we will cover personal hygiene looking at; handwashing, PPE, gloves, jewellery and cosmetics, and first aid, infection & illness at work. 

SECTION 3

As a food handler, one of the best mottos you can live by is ‘clean as you go’. We will look at;  cleaning and disinfecting a surface and equipment, dos and don’ts, cleaning cloths, cleaning schedules, food pests and bins.

SECTION 4

There are a few different things to consider when it comes to food temperatures, deliveries, storage, preservation, packaging, and labeling which we’ll take a look at in this section.

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