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 Control of Foodborne Diseases in Food Establishments PDF

The Control of Foodborne Diseases in Food Establishments is a labor law posters poster by the South Dakota Department Of Labor and Regulation. This is an optional poster, so while it is recommended that you post this if it is relevant to your employees, you are not required to by the Department Of Labor and Regulation.

This poster from the South Dakota Department of Health provides basic guidelines on foodborne illnesses in food establishments. This data is conveyed in a graph with bulletpoints and basic visuals.


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Control of Foodborne Diseases in Food Service Establishments 	
Food Code Fact Sheet # 9 	
 	
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          S
O
URCE 
 
    
           FACTORS 
                 
     PREVENTATI
VE MEASURES
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Stap
hylo
coccus a
ureas 	
(Staphy
lococcal fo
od 
po
iso
ning) 	
 	 	
 	
o Workers’ noses, hands, hair
, 	
intestines, bo
ils 	
o Infecte
d sor
es and cuts 	 	
 	o Wo
rkers to
uching
 co
ok
ed fo
od
s 	
o Keepi
ng f
ood 
at room
 te
mperature 	
o Storin
g foods in large
 pots in 
refriger
ators 	
o Holdi
ng foods
 at warm
 (bacterial 
growi
ng)
 	
tem
perautre 	
o Wash h
ands a
fter co
ug
hing,
 snee
zing,
 sm
oki
ng
, 	
goi
ng
 to the toilet 	
o Practice
 good person
al hy
giene 	
o Co
ol foo
ds rap
idly 	
o Put fo
ods 
in s
hallow p
ans in 
refrigerators 	
o Keep c
old foods at
 41° F or 
bel
ow 	
o Keep 
hot
 foo
ds at 
14
0° F or 
abo
ve 	
o Cov
er inf
ect
ions w
ith w
ater
proof 
dressin
g or 	
ban
d-ai
d 	
o Restrict workers with 
diarrhea or 
colds from
 	
touchi
ng
 foo
ds 	
o Wear foo
dgra
de disp
osa
ble glo
ves w
hen hand
ling 	
read
y-t
o-eat
 fo
od
s 	
 	
Salm
one
lla 	
(Salm
onell
osi
s) 	
 	 	
 	o Intest
ina
l tract
 of m
an and 	
anim
als 	
o Surfaces of m
eat 
and poultr
y 	
o Unpast
euri
zed
 eg
g pr
od
ucts
 	
 	o Inade
quate cooki
ng 	
o Cross-contam
ination of
 cook
ed fo
ods from
 	
raw
 foods 
by
 con
tact w
ith common equi
pment 	
or w
ith
 ha
nds
 	
o Keepi
ng f
ood 
at room
 te
mperature 	
o Storin
g foods in large
 pots in 
refriger
ators 	
o Holdi
ng foods
 at warm
 (bacterial 
growi
ng)
 	
tem
peratures 	
o  Inadequat
e clean
ing of 
equipment 	
o Inadequat
e reh
eating of cook
ed fo
od
s 	
o Coo
k fo
ods 
to in
terna
l temperature
 of 
16
5° F 	
o Use separa
te 
equi
pm
ent for raw
 an
d c
ooked 	
prod
ucts 	
o Coo
l foods in shall
ow pans in 
refriger
ators 	
o Keep 
foods at 41° 
F or 
below 	
o Keep fo
ods 
at 
14
0° F or 
above 	
o Rehe
at 
left
ov
er foods 
to 165° F 	
o Clea
n a
nd disinfect
 ki
tchen
 ute
nsils
 an
d e
qui
pm
ent 	
o Wash h
ands a
fter vis
iting
 to
ilet
 and 
hand
ling raw
 	
foods 
of a
nim
al or
igi
n 	
o Restrict workers with 
diarrhea or fever from 	
touchi
ng
 foo
ds 	
o  Wear foo
dgr
ade disp
osa
ble glo
ves w
hen hand
ling 	
read
y-t
o-eat
 fo
od
s 	
 	
Clostr
idium p
erfrin
gens 	
(Clostridium
 perfringens 	
gastroenteritis) 	
 	o Intest
ina
l tract
 of m
an and 	
anim
als 	
o Surfaces of m
eat 
and poultr
y 	
o Soil 	
o Du
st 	
 	o Keepi
ng f
oods at room
 te
mperat
ure 	
o Storin
g foods in large
 pots in 
refriger
ators 	
o Holdi
ng foods
 at warm
 (bacterial 
growi
ng)
 	
tem
peratures 	
o Wo
rkers to
uching
 co
ok
ed fo
od
s 	
o Inadequat
e reh
eating of cook
ed fo
od
s 	
o Co
ol foo
ds rap
idly 	
o Put fo
ods 
in s
hallow p
ans in 
refrigerators 	
o Keep c
old foods at
 41° F or 
bel
ow 	
o Keep 
hot
 foo
ds at 
14
0° F or 
abo
ve 	
o Rehe
at 
left
ov
er foods 
to 165° F 	
o Wash h
ands a
fter go
ing t
o toilet, 
hand
ling
 raw
 	
meat, 
and doi
ng act
ivities 
other tha
n food
 	
prepara
tion  
 	
o Clea
n a
nd disinfect
 ki
tchen
 equ
ipm
ent 	
o Restrict workers with
 diarrh
ea from
 touch
ing 	
foods 	
o Wear foo
dgra
de disp
osa
ble glo
ves w
hen hand
ling 	
read
y-t
o-eat
 fo
od
s 	
 	www.state.sd.us/doh 
                 
     July 
1, 
2004

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