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Identify food safety standards relevant to a social care setting
Food Safety – for people preparing drinks and snacks, for example, cups of tea, hot chocolate, making a sandwich or serving a piece of cake or fruit. Level 1 Food Safety training supports people to do these things properly and safely. [ Food Hygiene – for people preparing and serving meals. Level 2 Food Hygiene training is mandatory for anyone preparing and serving meals. Safe food
handling can be broken down into four key areas: cleaning, cooking, chilling and cross contamination. Cleaning Effective cleaning is essential to get rid of harmful bacteria in the kitchen and to stop the bacteria from spreading. Often bacteria can collect in places that you might not expect. But anything that is touched by food or people’s hands could be covered in bacteria. You can find more information here: :) ]
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