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TDM 225 Questions: Food & Beverage Sector (Safety, Sanitation & Dram Shop) Questions Part 2

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Disturbing Opening Thoughts:

Which room of the house harbors more germs…the kitchen or the bathroom? Insert.

What commonly used item does Claire CRINGE at the thought of? Insert.

Provide a horrifying statistic offered in the initial section of the reading. Insert.

Provide a horrifying statistic related to safety and sanitation/germs of your own plus a link to where you

found it. Insert. Link

Why Hospitality Managers Should Care About Safety & Sanitation:

Why is safety and sanitation important? What mayhem does good practices and oversight prevent?

Insert.

The Food Service Operation Model (FSOM):

What is the purpose of the FSOM? Insert.

What are the steps (in order) to the FSOM? What is one HACCP (hazard/bad thing) that could happen

during each phase of it?

STEP 1: Insert.

HACCP: Insert.

STEP 2: Insert.

HACCP: Insert.

STEP 3: Insert.

HACCP: Insert.

STEP 4: Insert.

HACCP: Insert.

STEP 5: Insert.

HACCP: Insert.

STEP 6: Insert.

HACCP: Insert.

Roaches 101:

What have you learned about roaches from this reading? List one fact. Google at least one additional

disgusting fact about roaches and their great love of kitchens! I dare you to try to GROSS ME OUT with

your fact. Additionally, remind me to tell you my ‘roach story’ when we are in class next. It’s a horror story of

epic proportions!

Insert Nasty Roach Fact From Reading Here.

Insert Nasty Roach Fact You Found Here. Link to Nasty Roach Fact

What are the three types of hazards that can be found in food and example of each?

Insert. Example.

Insert. Example.

Insert. Example.

What do the letters FAT TOM stand for? What does it represent? Insert.

What are the ‘actual’ temperatures of the Food Danger Zone? Insert.

What are the ‘easier to remember’ temperatures of the Food Danger Zone? Insert.

Foodborne Illness (FBI)

Which type of Hepatitis is considered a foodborne illness? Insert.

What elements about its transmission make it different from other forms of Hepatitis therefore easier to

catch in food settings? You may need to Google this for more ‘horrifying’ info! Insert.

Is this likely an accurate number? Are all cases likely reported? Insert.

Which vulnerable groups of people have a higher risk of serious illness/death from FBI? Insert.

Research 1 example illness from each type of foodborne illness category. Find an article about how an

outbreak occurred with the public. Hint: If you Google the name of the illness with the world ‘outbreak’ you

will fast-find plenty of creepy stories to choose from!

BACTERIAS:

(Options: Bacillus cereus, Campylobacter jejuni, Botulism, E. Coli, Listeria, Salmonella, Shigella, Staph,

Streptococcus pyogenes, others)

Bacteria-Related Foodborne Illness Name

Culprit Foods/Places/Ways to Contract It

1 Sentence Explanation of Article

Link

VIRUSES:

(Options: Hepatitis A, Norwalk/Norovirus, others)

Bacteria-Related Foodborne Illness Name

Culprit Foods/Places/Ways to Contract It

1 Sentence Explanation of Article

Link

PARASITES:

(Options: Anisakadae or Trichinella spiralis otherwise known as “Roundworm”, Giardia lamblia or

“Protozoa”, others)

Parasitic Foodborne Illness Name

Culprit Foods/Places/Ways to Contract It

1 Sentence Explanation of Article

Link

FUNGUS:

(Mycotoxicoses--molds and yeasts, others)

Fungus-Related Foodborne Illness Name

Culprit Foods/Places/Ways to Contract It

1 Sentence Explanation of Article

Link

Food Allergies

How many Americans have food allergies? Insert.

What are some of the possible explanations for increases in them? Insert.

90% of all allergic reactions come from what 8 foods? Insert.

What are some creative/clever/thoughtful ways a food and beverage establishment could prevent

allergic reaction emergencies? You may want to Google ideas. Insert.

Hand Washing

What did Claire learn during her travels to Uganda about the life-saving nature of hand washing? Insert.

What common diseases/conditions can be prevented by hand washing ? Insert.

What is RSV? Who gets it? How do does the victim die? Google it! Insert.

What are the ‘forgotten areas’ of the hand when washing? Insert.

Which hand washing steps listed are important for food service workers that may go beyond what

someone would do washing his or her hands at home? Insert.

Personal Hygiene/Grooming/Cleaning

Why should those who prepare food commercially avoid wearing nail polish and having long nails?

Google it! Insert.

Why does using latex gloves give a false sense of safety when preparing food? Google it if needed. Insert.

True or false? Sanitize, then clean. Insert.

True or false? We sterilize all food equipment in the hospitality industry. Insert

Dram Shop Liability

What are the two provisions/components of dram shop liability? Insert.

What statistics show how important dram shop liability is in protecting against auto accidents? Insert.

Read about the sequence of drunkenness. At what phase is the person a potential danger? Insert.

True or false? Alcohol is digested more slowly than other kinds of food. Insert

What law prevents a server/manager from targeting others in a prejudicial manner when exercising

dram shop liability prevention? Insert.

True or false? Only the company, not the server of the alcohol, is sued if injury, death, or crime occurs do

to over-service or any service to minors. Insert.

Why don’t servers/managers like to cut off patrons who appear drunk? Insert.

What sneaky tricks do drunk patrons use to avoid being detected and continue getting alcohol? Insert.

Why should servers/managers do it anyway? What are the benefits of doing so? Insert.

True or false? A really convincing fake ID will ensure a F&B establishment is not held liable for dram shop

if they serve minors. Insert.

Does happy hour hurt or help a restaurant prevent dram shop liability? Why? Insert.

What type of liability is the ‘cousin’ of dram shop liability and apply to private homes? Insert.

Find an article about dram shop liability and do a 1 paragraph thoughtful explanation of

WHO/WHAT/WHEN/WHERE/HOW COULD IT HAVE BEEN PREVENTED. Provide a link. Insert. Link

 

TDM 225 Questions: Food & Beverage Sector (Safety, Sanitation & Dram Shop) Questions Part 2

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Disturbing Opening Thoughts:

Which room of the house harbors more germs…the kitchen or the bathroom? Kitchen

What commonly used item does Claire CRINGE at the thought of? Kitchen sponges

Provide a horrifying statistic offered in the initial section of the reading. There are 4 billion living

germs on the kitchen sponge or the dish cloth.

Provide a horrifying statistic related to safety and sanitation/germs of your own plus a link to where you

found it.

According to Dr. Charles Gerba, the toilet seats are safer to make a salad compared to a cutting

board because there are 200 times more fecal bacteris on the cutting board than on the toilet seat

because of cutting raw meat and if the cutting boards are not washed properly the raw meat can

leave behind dangerous disease causing bacteria, such as campylobacter and salmonella.

Link: http://www.foodandwine.com/articles/fyi-your-kitchen-is-probably-dirtier-than-a-toilet-seat

Why Hospitality Managers Should Care About Safety & Sanitation:

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