Physical Contamination

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Physical Contamination

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What kind of contamination can cause mild to fatal injuries?

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How does physical contamination happen?

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Metal shavings from cans, wood, fingernails, staples, bandages, glass, jewelry, and dirt are examples ServSafe gives for what kind of objects?

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What happens if a food handler’s fingernail chips or breaks off into food?

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What could happen if a physical object falls into food?

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Why must staff remove jewelry from their hands and arms before prepping food or when working in food prep areas?

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Which of these measures can prevent injury from physical contamination?

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These are examples of common objects that can cause physical contamination if they get into food:

• Broken light bulbs
• Jewelry
• Fake fingernails
• Hair accessories
• False eyelashes
• Broken glass thermometers

What is an example of a natural object that can be a physical contaminant when left in food?

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How can physical contamination of food happen?

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Which is true about physical contamination?

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What should NOT be used to transfer ice from the ice machine?

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Why are food handlers NOT allowed to wear jewelry when prepping food or in food prep areas?

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What can happen when natural objects, like bones in a fish fillet, are left in food?

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Why is it unsafe to scoop ice with a glass?

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Which is a guideline for using glass thermometers?