The safe food handler

Jacqui Perez

What can lead to contaminating food

Have a foodborne illness

Have wounds that contain a pathogen

Sneeze or cough

Have contact with a person who is sick

Touch anything that may contaminate their hands and then don’t wash them

Have symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, or jaundice—a yellowing of the eyes or skin

Scratching the scalp

Running fingers through hair

Wiping or touching the nose

Rubbing an ear

Touching a pimple or infected wound

Wearing a dirty uniform

Coughing or sneezing into the hand

Spitting in the operation

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Proper clothing attire

Wear a clean hat or other
hair restraint

Wear clean clothing daily

Remove aprons when leaving food-preparation areas

Remove jewelry from hands and arms before prepping food or when working around prep areas

Personal Hygiene

Showering

washing your hands

tie long hair back

wash hands before wearing gloves

dont handle food with any open wounds

clean uniform

clean apron

take off your apron before using the restroom

wash hands after using the restroom

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