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1.3 Explain why personal protective clothing should be used when handling food and drink.
Explain why personal protective clothing should be used when handling food and drink. [ - Personal protective clothing should be worn when handling food to prevent the spread of germs or bacteria for example if you have a small cut on you hand it could get infected or you could spread infection onto the food therefore spreading to the service user. Using aprons will protect your clothing from
becoming dirty but also prevent any bacteria on your clothing spreading onto surfaces and the food you are preparing. Gloves and aprons will also protect your skin from burns from oils, very hot liquids and food containers. Long hair should be tied back or hair nets should be worn to prevent hair getting into food. Nails should be kept short and hands should be cleansed thoroughly before handling food. ]
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