Food Safety for Food Manufacturing (Level 2) – RSPH Award – Overview
The objective of this RSPH Level 2 Award is to cover the principles of food hygiene for food handlers working in a manufacturing environment.
The purpose of the qualification is for learners to obtain a knowledge and understanding of the importance of food hygiene, associated food hazards, good hygiene practice and controls based upon an awareness of food safety management systems. These topics are regarded by the Food Standards Agency as being important to understanding and maintaining good practice in the handling, processing and preparation of safe food.
Course details below or download course outline.
Understanding food safety hazards
- Contamination and cross-contamination hazards to food safety
- How contamination of food can cause illness or injury
- The importance of personal hygiene and behaviour to food safety
- Legal responsibilities of food operatives and food business operators
Controlling food safety hazards
- Preventing or minimising the risk of cross contamination
- The separation of raw and cooked food
- Temperature control
- Dealing with stock
- Keeping the work area and equipment clean and tidy
- Dealing with hazards and potential hazards
- Dealing with food spoilage and waste
- Controlling pests
All those directly involved in the handling, production or processing of food or drink items and those entering the workplace, eg, equipment maintenance engineers and delivery personnel.
A one-day programme, for up to 12 people, with a short multiple-choice test, the successful completion of which qualifies participants for the RSPH Level 2 Foundation Award, Food Safety for Food Manufacturing.
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