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1 5 1 5 Explain The Importance Of Clearing And Disposing Of Food Waste Promptly And Safely

accreditation number: Meet food safety requirements when providing food and drink for individuals HSC 2029 2 2 15 T/601/9450 Unit purpose and aim This unit is aimed at those working in a wide range of settings. It provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to meet food safety requirements when preparing, serving, clearing away and storing food. Learning Outcomes The learner will: 1 Understand the importance of food safety measures when providing food and drink for individuals Assessment...

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Unit 4222 233 Meet Fo 1 1

Unit 4222-233 meet food safety requirements when providing food and drink for individual 1.1Workers should be aware of and practice personal Hygiene - eg, hand washing. Food stored at correct temperature Food stored in correct conditions - eg raw meat not contaminating cooked meat & veg Not using same utensils for raw meat and other foods Food should be served at the correct temperature, temperature should be monitored if food is kept in warming trays. 1.2. Potential food safety hazards when...

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Food Hygiene

2 Unit 233 Meet food safety requirements when providing food and drink for individuals Please answer the following questions in as much detail as possible, and use a different colour to make your answers stand out. Put your name and date on the completed work and send to your assessor. 1. Identify potential food safety hazards when preparing, serving, clearing away and storing food and drink Potential food safety hazards when preparing, serving, clearing away and storing food and drink are contamination...

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Cooking and Food Safety Measures

Task 1 Q1 – Identify potential food safety hazards when preparing, serving, clearing away and storing food and drink. People can get sick if the food they eat has harmful chemicals or microorganisms. This is called food-borne illness. The goal of food safety is to prevent the hazards that cause food-borne illness or injury. Most of the hazards in food are things you cannot see, smell, or taste. - Physical hazard: Hard or soft objects in food that can cause injury. For example...

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Unit 69 meet food safety requirments

assignment: Assessment Criteria Question it has been covered in HSC2029 – 1.1 Question 1 HSC2029 – 1.2 Question 2 HSC2029 – 1.3 Question 2 HSC2029 – 1.4 Question 3 HSC2029 – 1.5 Question 3 HSC2029 – 1.6 Question 4 HSC2029 – 2.1 Question 2 HSC2029 – 2.2 To be covered in observation HSC2029 – 2.3 To be covered in observation HSC2029 – 2.4 To be covered in observation HSC2029 – 3.1 Question 1 HSC2029 – 3.2 To be covered in observation HSC2029 – 3.3 To be covered in observation ...

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Question Chapters 1 5

 Chapter 3 1) What levels of meaning can be found in Genesis 1.1-2.4a? This section of the bible explains about Genesis is the book of ‘beginnings’ because the the lines of the opening words are literally translated to “In the beginning of God’s creating.” The first chapter of Genesis therefore rightly contains an account of the creation of the world in ‘six’ stages or days and on the seventh day he rested, which is called “Sabbath”. 2) What are the similarities and differences between the biblical...

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Chapter 5 Govt 1

Objective 1: Explain the guarantees of civil liberties in the Constitution and the process by which these guarantees became binding on state governments. 1. Summarize the protections guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. a. Freedom of expression b. Rights of the accused c. Religion d. Bear arms e. Civil liberties 2. What other protections are guaranteed by the Constitution in addition to those found in the Bill of Rights? f. Habeas corpus g. Ex...

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Wk 5 Individual 1

 The Importance of Handwriting RDG/201 October 19th, 2014 JoAnna Racuya UOPX The Importance of Handwriting Handwriting is important for everyone to know how to complete regardless of their age or grade level. Throughout a child’s school years they will be required to write legible handwriting. When a student’s handwriting is illegible words might be mistaken for other words or misunderstood all together. (Ogle & Beers, 2009, chapter 9 para 1). When students are writing for others to see it is...

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Food Waste

better understanding of the importance of composting To consider Putting Food scraps into good useTo gain knowledge on how composting eliminates organic wasteTo consider how composting can generate income through p-patch projects, since organically grown food is in high demandTo encourage Donations of edible food, as this can reduce waste, mitigate climate impacts and provide cost savings for individuals and businesses alike | Specific Purpose: | Sending edible food or food scrap to landfills is not...

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The Pearl Chapters 1 5

The Pearl Chapters 1-5 Chapter 1 1. In what ways does Steinbeck show the depth of feeling between Kino and Juana? Steinbeck shows the depth of feeling between Kino and Juana by saying that they can communicate with each other without even speaking to each other. They can tell what the other one is feeling just by simple signs such as sighing and facial expressions. 2. Why do you think that no new songs were being added to the old songs of Kino’s people? I think that no new songs were being added...

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