WSQ - Follow Food & Beverage Safety and Hygiene Policies & Procedures

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What’s In It For Me

  • Learn how to follow food and beverage safety and hygiene policies and procedures
  • Practise good personal hygiene and use safe ingredients
  • Learn how to handle and store food safely

Course Overview

This course has been specifically to equip learners with knowledge

and application skills to follow food and beverage safety and hygiene policies and procedures.

Learners must also practise good personal hygiene, using safe ingredients, handle and store food safely and maintain

cleanliness and upkeep of utensils, equipment and service or storage areas.

Who Should Attend?

Food Handlers

 Course Duration

Training / Lecture Hours: 6 Hours
Assessment Hours: 1.5 Hour

 

Course Outline

 

 Part 1 Practise Good Personal Hygiene

  • Importance of good personal hygiene
  • Impact of good personal hygiene on the prevention of foodborne illnesses
  • Hand washing procedures
  • Importance of working only when in good health
  • Environmental Public Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations

Part 2 Use Safe Ingredients

  • Use safe and wholesome food ingredients
  • Clean and wash food as required

Part 3 Handling Food Safely

  • Impact of safe defrosting to prevent contamination
  • Importance of preventing cross-contamination
  • Considerations for handling high-risk food
  • Considerations for handling ready-to-eat food
  • Importance of maintaining food hygiene during food transportation
  • Environmental Public Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations
  • Separate and label meat grinders used for processing mutton, pork and beef

Part 4 Store Food Safely

  • How temperature affects the growth of germs in food
  • Importance of holding and storing food at proper temperatures
  • Importance of maintaining proper storage conditions
  • Importance of ensuring that food products and items used in food preparation and
  • service are stored away from potential sites of contamination
  • Importance of stock rotation, such as first expire, first out (FEFO) system
  • Environmental Public Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations

Part 5 – Maintain cleanliness of utensils, equipment and service/storage areas

  • Importance of using correct procedures during cleaning
  • Importance of using clean and safe utensils and equipment to prepare food
  • Importance of keeping premises clean to prepare food safely
  • Impact of good refuse management
  • Importance of effective pest control at food establishments
  • Environmental Public Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations

Mode of Assessment

Multiple Choice, Practical Assessments and Oral Questioning

Training Methodology: Lectures, Role Plays

Certification Obtained and Conferred by

Statement of Attainment (SOA) from SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG)

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