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Emergency Readiness for Food Workers - Trainer Guide (PDF)

Description:

This trainer's guide offers food trainers a scripted, two-hour course on the fundamentals that will help food workers prevent or mitigate impacts to the safety of food and people in the panic of an emergency. The Emergency Handbook for Food Managers (NA100) serves as the basis for this training guide. The trainer guide is recommended for food manager certification renewal training. The Emergency Readiness for Food Workers - Trainer Guide addresses (1) how to stop the spread of food contamination for a range of emergency scenarios; (2) managing food in the Temperature Danger Zone when the power is out; (3) keeping food secure from tampering and terrorism; (4) personal safety and having an exit strategy in the event of an emergency; and (5) business recovery afterward.

Format: PDF

Toolkit:

APC Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Advanced Practice Centers

Jurisdiction:

Institutional Author:

Twin Cities Metro Advanced Practice Center

Submitted:

03/02/2007

Modified:

09/10/2013

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