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Why is food safety necessary?
Food safety is necessary to reduce the risk of food borne illness. Pathogens and bacteria which could cause illness and even death can be reduced dramatically with proper food safety. Maintaining proper temperatures while handling food, cooking foods to proper temperatures, cooling leftovers rapidly to proper cold storage temperatures and avoiding cross contamination by using separate preparation surfaces while handling raw uncooked and ready to eat foods are all important food safety measures towards reducing food borne illness. Proper food placement is also important in the refrigerator storing raw uncooked foods on lower shelves in the refrigerator below ready to eat foods so that nothing can drop from raw uncooked foods onto the ready to eat items.
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Shin guards are worn underneath your socks to protect your shins, some players also where a supportive wrap around their ankles but it is not necessary. The goalkeepers will a…lso where protective gloves also for grip.
The food danger zone is 41 degrees F to 135 degrees F, meaning your food should not be stored at this temperature for more than 4 hours TOTAL. Bacteria grows best in this temp…erature zone. Safe cooking temperatures are different depending on the meat source and the cooking time, but generally: Chicken is 165 degrees F, Stuffed food is 165 degrees F, Sausage is 155 degrees F, Ground beef is 155 degrees F, Steak, pork & seafood is 145 degrees F.
We require food to grow, to stay healthy and to reproduce. We could not stay warm without food or even have a beating heart without food. When we a…re sick, we need food for our body's immune system. When we eat the food is digested and nutrients are released. Many of digested foods then become energy.
The Food Industry plays an important role in keeping food safe by identifying and managing food safety risks, and by complying with all of food safety regulations. … Anyone who sells food in the US is responsible for making sure it is safe to eat. The FDA verifies that food sold meets federal food safety standards. When potentially unsafe food is identified, the FDA works with industry and other government departments to ensure that it is removed from the marketplace. Consumers also have a role to play in protecting themselves and their families.
it is impotant to practise safety habits because their is child/children in the house and if a harmful subtance/chemical as not being put away carefully the child say forintan…ce the bottle of bleach as being left on the dining table the child can just take up the bottle an throw some into a glass an drink it an it would affect the child's health so it's best to prevent than to cure
It is a way to avoid foodborne illness
Wearing a properly fitting hard hat, steel cap boots and a 'high vis' vest are all important, but the most important is BE ALERT, - you are not on the playground, but in an en…vironment where many people are using potentially dangerous tools and often working very quickly.
Laws are necessary because some people are thoughtless or greedy and do only what they want without thinking of the health and safety of others.
Our mind believes it to be necessary, and so it is. The same can be said with sleep. Or any "need" for that matter. Perhaps it would do one great justice to meditate with f…ocused concentration on such things? "Seek and ye shall find."
The FSMA focuses on prevention of foodborne illnesses by implementing much stricter rules especially in imported foods.
In the United States, the federal and state governments play a very large role. In the meat and poultry industry, the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has on-site ins…pectors at every establishment to make sure only healthy animals are allowed into the food chain and that the products are safe for consumers. For all other food groups, the Food and Drug Administration inspects all facilities.
Food Safety management manages the sanitation and proper food handling within an establishment that services the public. Food Quality management manages the desired look and c…onsistency of food according to the executive chef. Of course every establishment implements both of these .
They provide nutrients for plants.
Food safety sanitation is a set of practices and procedures that result in a clean working environment for food production that helps ensure the food will be safe for human co…nsumption.
Food safety is scientific term which describes handling, preparation and storage in ways that prevent food-borne illness. This includes a number of routines that should be… followed to avoid potentially severe health hazards.
Canned food effectively creates a barrier between the food and outside contaminants. Cans also help to preserve foods by limiting the amount of air and oxidation directly on t…he food. Alternately cans that are old and/or damaged can produce dangerous bacteria growth such as Botulism.
We all face certain dangers in our lives. If you cross the street (which nearly all of us have to do from time to time) there is the risk of being hit by a car. The safety hab…it used to reduce this risk is to watch for cars, and also to obey traffic signals. If we do this, we are much less likely to be hit by a car. The benefit is obvious. Any well designed safety habit will make us safer. Safety is necessary for those who do not seek their own injury and death. Getting hit by a car is extremely not fun, though it is something you would enjoy experiencing b/c you get money and jello- lol