Food Safety

Kyle Lilie

Food safety basics

When entering the kitchen, food safety needs to be the number one thing to help prevent illness or injuries that could be fatal. Know what your objective is and the supplies and skills needed to complete the task.

Know your Rule and Equipment

Handling equipment and protecting yourself

Other than needing basic knowledge in the kitchen or around food, you need to know which chemicals are used for certain things. If you are unsure of the chemical, then read the MSDS sheet or SDS sheet for more information and if not found then don't use. Keep everything away from an open flame, don't douse with unknown chemical because it could spread or worsen the flame. Always seek a teacher or professor for help if you are unsure or worried about anything.

Keeping ourselves from future illnesses and danger, Food Safety Partnership is there.

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Right temperature is the right way

One of the basics of food safety is cooking food to its proper temperature. Foods are properly cooked when they are heated for a long enough time and at a high enough temperature to kill the harmful bacteria that cause foodborne illness.