Food Safety and Sanitation Problem Identification Ohio FFA Food Science and Technology CDE 2003 Overview For this section, a series of slides will be shown. The slides may or may not demonstrate violations of GMP’s (good manufacturing practices). Overview For each slide, recognize and identify which category of violation is being demonstrated in the picture shown. Categories: Improper Personal Hygiene, Safety Hazard, Improper Food Handling, Improper Chemical Storage, Improper Pest Management, No Violation 1 Slide #1 Improper Food Handling Explanation: Food supplies shall not be stored directly on the floor. 2 Slide #2 Improper Pest Management Tall grass, weeds, and trash shall be cleared within several inches of the outside plant walls. These may harbor insects or rodents. 3 Slide #3 Improper Food Handling Employees that have direct contact with food should wear clean, impermeable sanitary gloves to avoid contaminating food. 5 Slide #5 Improper Pest Management Facilities shall be free of pests (rodents, insects, etc.) 66 Slide #6 Improper Food Handling Processed foods shall not contain any foreign materials such as glass, metal, wood, or toxic substances. 8 Slide #8 No Violation 9 Slide #9 Improper Chemical Storage Chemicals should be stored where there is not a risk for contamination of food, food contact surfaces, or food packaging materials. 10 Slide #10 Improper Personal Hygiene All employees should wear hair nets to avoid contamination of food. All insecure jewelry must not be worn to avoid the possibility that the object can fall in the food, equipment, or containers.