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Personal Hygiene Reuqirement
The Food Safety use better business book (General Food Hygiene) Regulations 1995 requires that: ‘Every person working in a food handling area shall maintain a high degree of personal cleanliness and shall wear suitable, clean protective clothing’ where appropriate – what does this mean? There is a requirement that all food handlers ensure that their personal habits and practices, while at work, do not expose food to a risk of contamination. The responsibility to ensure that these practices are complied with rests with British Event Catering. Personal hygiene means that individual food handlers that work for B.E.C should ensure that they have high standards of personal cleanliness and develop clean habits to help reduce the risk of contamination. High personal standards of hygiene are essential, as there are a number of ways that the food handler can contaminate food. Food handlers are a cause of possible contamination, from the mouth, lips, nose, ears, skin, hair, hands, cuts, abrasions, sores, bowel and the gut.
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