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Hand hygiene and food grade gloves are an important part of food safety. It can be tempting to purchase inexpensive gloves, but that could put you at risk.
Food safety is incredibly important and it's not just plant safety or cleaning equipment properly that's important, food safety lapses can occur at many stages.
Here are some food production safety tips that will help keep your employees relatively safe. Avoid fallsby observing basic plant safety and wear proper slip resistant footwear and PPE.
Food passes through many hands and much food processing equipment, and many types of machinery, on its journey to the consumer. Metal detectable products like metal detectable cleaning equipment are one step you can take to improve meat processing safety.
Food production safety should be your top priority for your food production plant, and for that you need to find a good food safety consultant. If you want to make sure that you choose the best food safety consultant for your plant, here are some tips to keep in mind.
A clean environment is essential to food safety and plant safety, but what exactly does that mean?

Personal protective equipment or PPE is crucial in any workplace that focuses on food production. Employees are required to wear aprons, gloves, hair nets, and even safety goggles in some instances. However, one important piece of safety equipment that is often overlooked is safety footwear, particularly safety footwear.

How the HARPC process is important to add to an HACCP food safety process to enhance food production safety and sanitation. Production and cleaning supplies are only one piece of the food safety puzzle.
A 2008 study found that shoes averaged 421,000 units of bacteria on the outside of the shoe. Let’s talk about safety footwear to prevent the shoes of your employees from contaminating your food production process.
Whether you’re preparing food in a restaurant or in food manufacturing, maintaining a high level of cleanliness is a top priority. Consumers expect food production facilities to be clean and free of contaminants. Cleaning a commercial kitchen is not for the faint of heart. It takes effective food sanitation supplies, elbow grease and a routine to prevent a buildup of dirt, grime and grease that could contaminate the food.

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