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Educational videos from VEA such as 'HACCP in Action' are now available as part of the ClickView Curriculum Library. ClickView is Australia’s leading video platform for education and makes it easy for teachers to find and share curriculum-relevant videos with their students. To learn more and request a free demo please visit: http://clickv.ie/w/o59d The HACCP system - Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points - was developed in the 1960s in the US and was used in the NASA space program. This program analyses and explains this scientific system, which identifies specific hazards and measures for their control, ensuring food safety. HACCP can be applied throughout the food chain from primary production through to consumption. HACCP also aids in the inspection of food premises by regulatory a...
Food safety is an important topic to all students learning how to prepare food. This video covers the most important food safety and hygiene to teach (or remind) students about best practice covering the areas of: cleaning, food storage, avoiding cross contamination, and safe heating and cooling practices. For more food technology, or hospitality programs, please visit www.VEA.com.au
www.foodsafetyeducation.com.au Be aware that chicken and many other foods have the potential to harm you and your family if you don't carry out proper Food Safety practices. Train to Gain can help give your business the most up to date and effective Food Safety Supervisor training available. Make sure that YOUR business doesn't end up on a 'name & shame' list by doing your Food Safety Supervisor training with Train to Gain. Get your Food Safety certificates 100% Online with Train to Gain.
Food, as one of the basic needs of man, provides the health requirements of a person in order to live. The availability of food on the plate of every Filipino is among the main concerns of the government in achieving food security. The Philippines has a number of policies being implemented that recognizes the pivotal role of improving food production and supply to meet the ever-growing food demand. However, more than achieving availability and sufficiency of supply, food security is also defined as access to safe and nutritious food (FAO, 2014). Food safety refers to the assurance that food will not cause harm, human health is protected and market access of locally produced foods and food products is facilitated.
Food Safety Basic food handler training- this video is provided for the general food employee and is intended to present a basic overview of the rules and regulations as well as practices and procedures in which all workers should be familiar. Each of you should do your part! Help you food service operation provide a pleasant experience for the customers who visit your establishment by providing a safe and clean environment for them.
Define the risks associated with unsafe food handling. Identify how appropriate hygiene, safe handing and storage of food can prevent serious illness in the residential care setting. This ACC Program is aligned to Standard 4 of the Australian Aged Care Quality of Care Principles.
This food safety video is available in Australian and UK versions. This safety video is also available as a multimedia e-learning course. Visit http://www.vocam.com for more information on Vocam's safety videos & e-learning courses. Safety-TV delivers online Occupational Health and Safety training products including online safety training videos and e-learning courses with full reporting and training history (LMS) functionality. Safety-TV covers all of your online OHS and HR workplace training needs. For more information visit http://www.safety-tv.com. Vocam's safety and HR training videos are also available in DVD and downloadable formats, visit http://www.vocam.com to buy online, download, or to browse our complete range of workforce training solutions.
In this video, Alisha, Creative Director of AJD Creative, discusses the key food labelling requirements to consider when packaging your food or beverage product as outlined by the Australia and New Zealand Food Standards Code.
International Conference on Food Safety and Regulatory Measures August 17-19, 2015 Birmingham, UK Title: Metabolomic profiling of Kakadu plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana) – A native plant of Australia Click here for Abstract and Biography: http://foodsafety-hygiene.conferenceseries.com/speaker/2015/m-chaliha-university-of-queensland-r-naustralia OMICS International: http://conferenceseries.com/ OMICS open access Journals: http://omicsonline.org Global Medical Conferences: http://conferenceseries.com Global Pharmaceutical Conferences: http://pharmaceuticalconferences.com Global Cancer Conferences: http://cancersummit.org Global Diabetes Conferences: http://diabetesexpo.com Global Dental Conferences: http://dentalcongress.com Global Nursing Conferences: http://nursingconference.com
The HACCP Basics provide you with a basic knowledge of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point system. By the completion of this webseminar you should have a knowledge of the Australian regulatory requirements for HACCP based systems, the preliminary steps and principles that make up the HACCP framework. Duration: 4 mins 52 secs www.haccpmentor.com www.salamandafood.com.au www.haccpmanual.com
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Katherine Scurrah from CSIRO Food and Nutritional Sciences discusses the Make it Safe: A Guide to Food Safety book from CSIRO Publishing. All people involved with preparation of food for the commercial or retail market need a sound understanding of the food safety risks associated with their specific products and, importantly, how to control these risks. Failure to control food safety hazards can have devastating consequences for not only the consumer, but also the food manufacturer. Small businesses make up around two-thirds of all business in Australia's food and beverage manufacturing industry. Make It Safe outlines the major food safety hazards – microbial, chemical and physical – which must be controlled when manufacturing all types of food products. This book is aimed at those s...
Prevent the spread of germs & foodborne illness. Deb is a world leader in occupational skin care and hand hygiene; we have been providing dedicated solutions for over 80 years. Our purpose is to set higher standards of skin care to prevent the cross-contamination of food and occupational skin disorders. The Deb Food programme is designed specifically to improve hand hygiene compliance in food handling environments, essential for running a safe and efficient food business.
See how the seven principles of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) standard is used by processors for maintaining the safety of food products. HACCP is recognized as the single most effective way to eliminate, reduce or control hazards in any food handling or processing operation. Please visit our Website for more information: http://www.agriculture.alberta.ca/aha
Do you export food to Australia or New Zealand? The new Australian and New Zealand standard for the sale of food with nutrition and health claims is enforceable from 18 January 2016. It is the first Standard of its kind in the world that permits the self substantiation of general level health claims used on a food label. This webinar will provide a summary of the food labelling requirements for nutrition claims, general level health claims, and high level health claims.
Educational videos from VEA such as 'Implementing a Food Safety Program' are now available as part of the ClickView Curriculum Library. ClickView is Australia’s leading video platform for education and makes it easy for teachers to find and share curriculum-relevant videos with their students. To learn more and request a free demo please visit: http://clickv.ie/w/o59d Food safety is an integral and vital part of any hospitality or food technology subject. This program focuses on a large food service workplace and follows their food safety practices from the start to the end of the day. Interspersed with the visual footage are practical examples of employees following good hygiene practices, checking foods, cleaning, recording information and corrective action.
The Australian Institute of Accreditation offers convenient online food safety course and certification. Their program is available to those in the food industry or anyone willing to learn proper food handling. To know more about their services, contact 1300 855 127 or visit their website at www.aia.edu.au.
This presentation is in 6 parts. Visit our YouTube Channel Playlists for the complete series. Next up is "Part 3: Temperature Control" As we just learned, Health and Hygiene is the first defense a foodworker has for keeping their customers safe but there are other key Food Safety Defenses that must be understood in every restaurant and kitchen. In the next segment we will explain Temperature Control including: The Danger Zone, Hot and Cold Holding, Proper Cooking Temperatures,as well as Thawing and Cooling Food. Presented by eFoodHandlers Inc. Get your basic food handler's card online today at www.efoodhandlers.com See video 6 for full credits and attribution.
A commercial kitchen can be a fun and highly rewarding place to work, but also one full of potential hazards and dangers. This program outlines basic kitchen safety in two main areas – working with hot, sharp and wet equipment and surfaces; and safe and hygienic practices in the handling of food. This program is available through ClickView's Curriculum Library PLUS for secondary schools and the Business and Services TAFE/Uni collections. For more information go to: http://www.clickview.com.au/digital-content/plus-library