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By:Bianca Bernal

Chapter 1: Keeping food safe

How to prevent foodborne illnesses and what causes
Food safety responsibilities of a manager
The cost of foodborne illnesses in an operation

Chapter 2: Understanding the


Conditions the growth of foodborne pathogens

Symptoms of a foodborne illness
Different types of bacteria
Viruses, pathogens, parasites

Chapter 3: contamination, Food

allergens, and foodborne illness
Physical and chemical contaminants
The deliberate contamination of food
Food allergens

Chapter 4: the safe food handler

Personal hygiene and contamination
A good personal hygiene program
Reporting health issues

Chapter 6: Purchasing and Receiving

Purchasing from reputable suppliers

Receiving considerations
General inspection guidelines
Inspecting specific types of food

Chapter 7: Storage

General storage guidelines

Date marking and labeling
Preventing cross-contamination
Storing specific food

Chapter 8: Preparation

General preparation practices

Prepping specific foods
Prepping practices that have special requirements


Chapter 10: Food Safety Management

Food safety management systems

Active management control
FDA public health interventions
Crisis management
Crisis response, recovery and assessment
Imminent Health Hazards

Chapter 11: Safe Facilities and

Designing a safe operation (layout, flooring, walls and ceilings)
Considerations for other areas of the facility ( restrooms, hand washing
stations, sinks restrooms)
Equipment selection
Installing and maintaining kitchen equipment


Chapter 12: Cleaning and Sanitizing

Cleaning (factors that affect cleaning and goes of cleaners)

Heat sanitizing and chemical sanitizing
When to clean and sanitize
Dishwashing / manual dishwashing
Storing tableware and equipment
Cleaning premises and no food contact surfaces
Cleaning tools and supplies
Developing a cleaning program