Residential care homes must adhere to specific regulations regarding the safe preparation and storage of food. Administrators carry responsibility for ensuring that sanitation and hygiene meet the highest standards to protect their clients and staff. Upon completion of the course, students will have a working knowledge of best practices for all aspects of food service. Students will be exposed to a detailed survey of adaptive aids that assist clients with coordination difficulties.
Learn proper hand washing and hygiene sanitation practices.
Become familiar with the temperature “danger zone” for bacterial growth.
Gain knowledge of bacteria and foodborne illness and their effects on food.
Learn how to prevent contamination and what to do with contaminated food.
Learn required refrigerator and freezer temperatures for perishable and nonperishable items.
Learn about odor control and the shelf life of refrigerated foods.
Learn proper storage of toxic substances by keeping them away from food preparation areas. Learn proper protocol for garbage disposal and containers.
Learn the importance of safe seafood and meat selection, storage, and preparation.
Learn safe food preparation and handling to prevent the spread of foodborne illness.
215 N Macneil St
San Fernando, CA 91340
Park in the Church lot and enter through the black Iron Gate.