FSA 106 - Food Safety and Sanitation
Basic sanitation principles, ways to apply the principles in practical situations, and methods for training and motivating food service personnel to follow good sanitation practices. Certification is awarded by the National Education Foundation of the National Restaurant Association upon successful completion of the national examination. One class hour.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Explain various types of food contamination and factors that contribute to foodborne illness
2. Identify the characteristics of potentially hazardous foods
3. Describe the dangers of foodborne illness
4. Identify the high risk population
5. Demonstrate the ability to explore and apply proper food handling techniques that will eliminate possible foodborne illness.
6. Demonstrate correct procedures for receiving, preparing, serving and storing food products
7. Identify food handler health problems that are a possible threat to food safety
8. Demonstrate proper personal hygiene procedures with regard to food handling
9. Demonstrate the ability to discuss the importance of food safety training in the workplace.
Course Offered Fall and Spring
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Fall Semester 2016