Health and Safety

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What does HACCP stand for?
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point
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What are the 4 conditions bacteria needs to grow
1) Warmth 2) Moisture 3) Time 4) Food
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What effect does freezing have on bacteria?
The bacteria becomes dormant and can't grow.
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What are 5 ways of preventing bacteria growth?
1) Jam making 2) Smoking 3) Salting 4) Canning 5) Freezing
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Name the 4 groups of high risk foods?
1) Raw meat 2) Raw eggs 3) Dairy products 4) Fish - especially shellfish
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What are the 3 types of bacteria called?
1) Pathogenic bacteria 2) Spoilage bacteria 3) Helpful bacteria
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What does helpful bacteria do?
Keeps the gut healthy
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What are sources of helpful bacteria?
Health drinks such as Actimel and natural yoghurts
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What does spoilage bacteria do?
Makes food rot and go mouldy
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What does pathogenic bacteria do?
Can cause illness and food poisoning
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Who are most vulnerable?
Young people, Old people, Pregnant women, Ill people
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What is the bacteria danger zone?
5-60 degrees
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Why should food be covered when being stored?
To prevent pests from getting in and leaking which would cause contamination.
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What things should be used/done when cleaning?
1) Detergents 2) Washed in hot water 3) Sanitizer
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What are the 3 types of hazard
1) Physical 2) Chemical 3) Biological
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Name some examples of physical hazards.
Nail varnish, fake eyelashes, hair, stones or pips, leaves or stems, shell, plasters, glass.
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Name some examples of chemical hazards.
Cleaning fluids, paint, pesticides, machinery oil.
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Name some examples of biological hazards.
Cross contamination, food poisoning, incorrect storage.
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What can be used to check food is cooked correctly?
A temperature probe.
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What does risk assessment involve?
1) What hazards could occur 2) When hazards could occur 3) Preventing hazards by putting controls in place.
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Annabella

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Really helpful, thank you!

jill richardson

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These flashcards will test your knowledge of health and safety issues.

Wooney

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Oh, I know that it's something about reducing the risk of safety hazards in food. I'm not sure, but I think it was also developed by NASA.

RandyGold

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You're right, HACCP was made to increase food safety. I know that it can aid in assessing the quality of dietary supplements, and I'm pretty sure that health supplements like CBD oil or something like that also get managed by HACCP. Not sure about CBD creams like these ones since it's not food, even though it does contain CBD oil.

biLL

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hi
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Nootropics or “smart drugs” are dietary supplements or drugs that claim to improve cognitive function. Some nootropics, such as caffeine and piracetam, are well known and have been studied for years. Others, such as aniracetam and oxiracetam, are newer options with fewer studies. Still others, such as mecamylamine and phenylpiracetam, have not been studied at all. In this blog post, we will learn how nootropics can be consumed as food and what are these nootropic foods. Read more here https://activatebrainpower.com/nootropic-foods/

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