1. Personal Hygiene:
This includes making sure that employees maintain good personal hygiene, such as washing their hands regularly and wearing protective clothing as necessary.
2. Cleanliness of Work Equipment:
This includes cleaning and sanitizing all work equipment to ensure it is free from dirt and contaminants.
3. Storage of Food Products:
This involves properly storing food products so they are kept in a clean and safe environment for consumption.
4. Pest Control:
This requires using proper pest control methods to prevent the spread of pests or contamination from animals or insects.
5. Disposal of Waste Materials:
This involves safely disposing of hazardous materials, such as chemicals, to protect both workers and the environment.
6. Air Quality:
This involves making sure that ventilation systems are functioning properly to ensure adequate airflow and quality in the workplace.
7. Water Sources:
This includes providing clean, safe sources of water for employees to use throughout the work day.
8. Cleaning and Sanitation Practices:
This includes using proper cleaning and sanitation methods to reduce the risk of contamination.