ServSafe Coursebook (with Scantron Certification Exam Form) / Edition 3 available in Paperback
With a new look and design, the Third Edition of ServSafe Essentials offers significantly new, simplified, streamlined content to make complicated concepts easer to learn and easier to manage. Content has been revised to include updates from the recently released 2003 supplement to the 2001 FDA Food Code, as well as new science-based and industry best practices. Other features include a new section for use and reference by managers at their operation; more visual representation of content through the use of new icons, illustrations and photographs; all new multiple-choice study questions, and more. It prepares students for the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Examination.
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Table of Contents
A Message from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.
International Food Safety Council.
Features of the ServSafe Coursebook.
UNIT 1. THE SANITATION CHALLENGE.
Chapter 1. Providing Safe Food.
The Dangers of Foodborne Illness.
Preventing Foodborne Illness.
How Food Becomes Unsafe.
Key Practices for Ensuring Food Safety.
The Food Safety Responsibilities of a Manager.
Chapter 2. The Microworld.
Foodborne Infection vs. Foodborne Intoxication.
Emerging Pathogens and Issues.
Hazards Associated with Fresher and Healthier Food.
Technological Advancements in Food Safety.
Chapter 3. Contamination, Food Allergens, and Foodborne Illness.
Types of Foodborne Contamination.
The Deliberate Contamination of Food.
Chapter 4. The Safe Foodhandler.
How Foodhandlers can Contaminate Food.
Diseases Not Transmitted Through Food.
Components of a Good Personal Hygiene Program.
Management’s Role in a Personal Hygiene Program.
UNIT 2. THE FLOW OF FOOD THROUGH THE OPERATION.
Chapter 5. The Flow of Foods: An Introduction.
Time and Temperature Control.
Monitoring Time and Temperature.
Chapter 6. The Flow of Food: Purchasing and Receiving.
Choosing a Supplier.
Receiving and Inspecting Specific Food.
Chapter 7. The Flow of Food: Storage.
General Storage Guidelines.
Types of Storage.
Storing Specific Food.
Chapter 8. The Flow of Food: Preparation.
Preparing Specific Food.
Cooking Requirements for Specific Food.
Reheating Potentially Hazardous Food.
Chapter 9. The Flow of Food: Service.
Holding Food for Service.
Serving Food Safely.
Chapter 10. Food Safety Systems.
Food Safety Programs.
Active Managerial Control.
When a HACCP Plan is Required.
UNIT 3. CLEAN AND SANITARY FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT.
Chapter 11. Sanitary Facilities and Equipment.
Designing a Sanitary Establishment.
Considerations for Other Areas of the Facility.
Sanitation Standards for Equipment.
Installing and Maintaining Kitchen Equipment.
Chapter 12. Cleaning and Sanitizing.
Cleaning and Sanitizing.
Cleaning and Sanitizing Equipment.
Leaning the Kitchen.
Cleaning the Premises.
Tools for Cleaning.
Storing Utensils, Tableware, and Equipment.
Using Hazardous Materials.
Implementing a Cleaning Program.
Chapter 13. Integrated Pest Management.
The Integrated Management (IPM) Program.
Working with Pest Control Operator (PCO).
Using and Storing Pesticides.
UNIT 4. SANITATION MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 14. Food Safety Regulation and Standards.
Objectives of a Foodservice Inspector Program.
Government Regulatory System for Food.
The Food Code.
Foodservice Inspection Process.
Federal Regulatory Agencies.
Voluntary Controls Within the Industry.
Chapter 15. Employee Food Safety Training.
Purpose of Food Safety Training.
Key Elements of Effective Training.
Developing the Training Program.
Conducting the Training Session.
Food Safety Certification.