SITXFSA002 - Written Assessment

SITXFSA002 - Participate in safe food handling practices Assessment 2 - Written Assessment Trainee Name Jose James de la Paz Trainee ID Number 50122 Trainer/ Assessor Name Karni Singh Submission Attempt Attempt 1 - Attempt 2 - Attempt 3 - Trainee Declaration : "I hereby certify that: This assessment is my own work based on my personal study/research, in my own words. I have cited all sources and material used to assist my research for this assessment. I have not copied or plagiarized any part of this assessment from another student. I or any other student has not submitted this assessment previously. I have kept a copy for my own records. I am aware of the availability of reassessment consistent with the Institute's Reassessment Policy. I understand my right to appeal the assessment or reassessment outcome, as per the Institute's Complaints and Appeals Policy. Trainee Initials Date JJD 23/09/2022 Questions
1 What is the principle state Act that controls the sale of food in your state? Victorian Food Act 1984 2 According to the dairy food standards Australia (FSANZ) what temperature must dairy products be stored at and why? It must be stored at temperature of 2C to 4C as they have tendency to absorb strong odours from the storage surroundings. 3 List 3 control measures that should be in place when using egg products: 1. Double check if the eggs are clean and uncracked before purchasing 2. Store the eggs in the fridge together with the carton 3. Cook the eggs well to avoid salmonella 4 What is the main biological hazard involved with egg products?
Salmonella 5 What laws are involved with 'Doggy Bags' in restaurants? What steps can be taken to minimise risks associated with this practice? The Victorian Food Act 1984 does not prohibit restaurants and cafes from giving doggy bags to customers. Throw away any leftovers that have been out of the fridge longer than 2 hours. Reheat food at a temperature of at least 75°C. Follow key food safety tips for preparing, storing, and eating leftover food. 6 Can dogs or other animals be taken on to food premises by customers ? Give an example of a department / legislative body that would cover this? Only certain animals are allowed in food premises. Dogs may be allowed in outdoor dining areas. Food Standards Australia 7 Consider the following if a power failure occurs in your food premises a) Can food be re-frozen? If so, under what conditions? b) Can hot food be re-heated? If so, under what conditions?
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