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Food Safety Resources

Tuckshop food safety policies and procedures are essential for ensuring you are serving food that is safe for the school community.

In this section you will find resources like policies, templates and fact sheets to help you put the right procedures in place.

QAST recommends that every tuckshop should have a Food Safety Supervisor on staff, regardless of requirements under government guidelines. Our accredited Food Safety Supervisor course is run regularly, while our free, online Safe Food Handlers course for staff and volunteers is also readily available.

Food Safety Resources

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All incoming goods should be checked to ensure that it meets your criteria. If stock is received and is out of date, contaminated...

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People who have an allergy can become sick when they come into contact with things that are harmless to most people. The...

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Hand washing should be done thoroughly and often throughout the day: – Before you prepare any food In between handling...

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Personal Hygiene Under the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code Food Safety Standard 3.2.2 Food Safety Practices...

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Every school food service should have a food safety plan. Private schools require a food licence and their food safety plan...

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Food safety policies and procedures are essential to ensure students are provided with food that is safe to consume. Food...

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Food Safety Programs Some food businesses require a food safety program to reduce food safety risks. A food safety program...

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Fresh fruit and vegetables are an important part of a healthy and nutritious diet. However, like many other foods, fresh...

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Keeping high-risk foods under temperature control means minimizing time spent in the Danger Zone (5 to 60 degrees C). Part...

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Cleaning and sanitising are two different processes. Cleaning removes dirt, grease, and odours and sanitising reduces...

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Many schools have vegetable gardens and raise chickens, using the produce in the tuckshop. If your school is one, the following...

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