Remember that scene in Ghostbusters when Egon warned Pete not to cross the energy streams that they used to hoover up ghosts? It was only a small thing, but it could have led to disastrous consequences. In the world of food safety, we’re not talking about energy streams but a contaminant-infested equivalent. If you cross-contaminate, you’re liable to unleash something even more deadly than the Stay Puft Marshmallow man. It’s no laughing matter.
- Define the four types of cross-contamination
- Identify the 3 main ways cross-contaminiation can occur
- Demonstrate safe working practices to reduce the risk of cross-contamination
- Explain the benefits of a HACCP plan
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