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ICTE is offering Diploma in food safety in pakistan rawalpindi islamabad jhelum chakwal gujrat sargodha 03115193625 Food Safety refers to handling, preparing and storing food in a way to best reduce the risk of individuals becoming sick from foodborne illnesses. 

Food safety is a global concern that covers a variety of different areas of everyday life. Food safety is a fundamental public health concern.The Food Safety and Quality has become an area of priority and necessity for consumers, retailers, manufacturers and regulators. Changing global patterns of food production, international trade, technology, public expectations for health protection and many other factors have created a huge demand for food safety and quality auditing professionals

Diploma in Food Safety Course Contents:

1:Safety Basics    

2:Personal Hygiene    

3:Basic Food Microbiology    

4:Cleaning and Sanitation    

5:Good Manufacturing Practice    

6:HACCP for Front-line Workers    

7:Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill for Safety    

8:Document Control    

9:Root Cause Analysis    

10:Risk Assessment    

11:Supplier Quality Assurance

The principles of food safety aim to prevent food from becoming contaminated and causing food poisoning. This is achieved through a variety of different avenues, some of which are:

Properly cleaning and sanitising all surfaces, equipment and utensils

Maintaining a high level of personal hygiene, especially hand-washing

Storing, chilling and heating food correctly with regards to temperature, environment and equipment

Implementing effective pest control

Comprehending food allergies, food poisoning and food intolerance

Regardless of why you are handling food, whether as part of your job or cooking at home, it is essential to always apply the proper food safety principles. Any number of potential food hazards exist in a food handling environment, many of which carry with them serious consequences.

According to the latest OzFoodNet annual report, Monitoring the Incidence and Cause of Diseases Potentially Transmitted by Food in Australia, 5.4 million cases of foodborne illness occur annually in Australia, many of which are preventable. The cost of these illnesses is estimated at a staggering AUD $1.2 billion.

When referring to food safety in Australian food businesses, the ownership is placed solely on the business itself. It must ensure that all food handled and prepared in the business is safe to eat. In order to help the food business fulfil this obligation, most are required to employ a trained Food Safety Supervisor. 

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