How to comply with the Food Information Regulations (FIR) 2014
December 2014 is when the Regulations (FIR) came into force - it's all about having allergen controls in the business and the communication of allergen information to consumers.
We can provide businesses with our popular half day Food Allergen training session, to help you and your staff understand how to comply with the FIR Regulations.
Induction in Health & Safety, Infection Control, Food Safety and Nutrition Awareness
Who should attend...
This course is suitable for staff in care homes who need a basic induction prior to starting work and is a useful starting point for further training. This one day course is split into four main sections providing an overview of Health & Safety, Infection Control, Food Safety and Nutrition for new starters in the care setting. The course content broadly reflects some of the key requirements of the refreshed Common Induction Standards.
Health & Safety in the organisation
The difference between Hazard and Risk
Overview of Risk assessment, Manual Handling, COSHH
Employer & Employee responsibilities for Health & Safety
Infection control in the work place and the employees' role
Hand hygiene and Personal Protective Clothing
Safe handling of infected linen and clinical waste
Safe handling of food including safe cooking and cooling
Prevention of cross contamination and effective cleaning
Types and causes of common types of food poisoning
Guidelines for a healthy diet
Malnutrition & Dehydration - signs & symptoms
Understanding the employees' responsibilities for Health & Safety, Infection Control, Food Safety and Nutrition in the work place
Understanding everybody's role in safe working practices