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Food Safety in Schools (formerly Serving It Safe)2018-05-08T13:06:30+00:00

Food Safety in Schools (formerly Serving It Safe)

Food safety is the responsibility of every person in school nutrition programs. Every action has the potential to impact the safety of the food, whether during purchasing, storing, preparing, holding, serving, or cleaning. This comprehensive food safety training course provides guidance for school nutrition professionals to assure the preparation and service of safe food and how to manage a safe and sanitary school nutrition operation. Lesson topics:

  • Food Safety is Top Priority
  • Prevent Foodborne Illness: Understanding Microorganisms
  • Basic Facts About Microorganisms
  • A Clean and Sanitary School Nutrition Facility
  • A Process for Preventing Foodborne Illness
  • Food Safety Programs in Schools

TARGET AUDIENCE – Everyone

KEY AREA: 2: Operations

Video Clip Wash Your Hands: Educating the School Community
Video clip to be used in Lesson 2 of Food Safety in Schools.

Video Clip Using Thermometers
Video clip to be used in Lesson 2 of Food Safety in Schools.

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Three Things to Remember:

  • ICN requires at least 8-10 weeks’ advance notice before the training date to schedule and plan a training session.
  • ICN Consultant Trainers must train a minimum of 4 hours in a single day.
  • A minimum of 25-30 participants is required for ICN to provide a training session.
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