It would be best not to present for your shift if you are experiencing any of the symtoms above. Give the convenor as much notice as possible so that you can be replaced.
Cover all cuts or abasions with colourful dressings and if they are on the hands, gloves should be worn.
The tuckshop works well when all staff and volunteers follow standard operating procedures. This means that procedures, processes and checks are consistantly done.
The temperature of goods in cold storage is important to keep them out of the danger zone. Be careful to return items to the cold room or fridges in the correct place.

Standard procedures are important for food to remain safe. You should report any variation to standard procedure to your convenor. This may include actions by other volunteers or staff as well as yourself.

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