Tag Archives: Food Safety Supervisor

Food Safety During Reheating

What is the correct temperature for reheating food after it’s been cooked? a)    60°C b)    65°C c)    75°C The correct answer, of course, is 75°C.  Bacteria have the ability to survive in cooked, reheated food that is not heated to at least 75°C in the centre.  Are you certain that your kitchen’s operations consistently serving […]

Food Safety Programs and Vulnerable Persons

The introduction of food safety programs for certain sectors of the food industry was part of the national food reform process which aimed to reduce the incidence of food borne illnesses, reduce the regulatory burden on the food industry, and provide consistent food regulation and standards across Australia.

Know Your Food Business: Receiving Food

A food safety supervisor must take all practicable measures to ensure that the food business only accepts food that is protected from the likelihood of contamination. We have been discussing how to create a checklist to ensure that your food business meets all the requirements of the Food Safety Standards 3.2.2. This week we will […]

FAQ: Complying With Food Safety Programs

What happens after my food safety program is accredited? Food Safety Supervisors with an accredited food safety program must comply with the program in carrying on the food business. A copy of the accredited food safety program must be kept by employees of the food business at the food premises and be made available for […]

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