Food Safety Information

Food safety is paramount and all members of the workforce should be aware of good food hygiene standards.

Segregating shared fridges in welfare areas keeps different types of produce from being mixed together and helps to avoid your workforce from becoming sick from cross-contamination.

Good practice actions implemented on site include:

  • New fridges were ordered as and when old ones become less efficient at keeping goods cold;
  • Signs were made to show that each fridge should only store certain produce;
  • Toolbox talks were held on the dangers of bacteria that can be found in fridges;
  • Welfare labourers cleaned fridges out on a daily basis, as per the rota;
  • Canteen staff inspected fridges and conducted a deep clean every fortnight.

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