National Sanitation Training Program

National Sanitation Training Program

$199.00

This course provides food processing industry sanitation workers – more specifically, those who perform or will be performing sanitation , with an essential general background knowledge related to the principles of cleaning and sanitation as well as common food industry practices. It also provides detailed instruction on the facility-specific cleaning and sanitizing procedures.

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This course provides food processing industry sanitation workers – more specifically, those who perform or will be performing sanitation , with an essential general background knowledge related to the principles of cleaning and sanitation as well as common food industry practices. It also provides detailed instruction on the facility-specific cleaning and sanitizing procedures.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this course, you will have a good understanding of:

  • What a “Sanitation Program” is
  • Why it’s important!
  • Chemical Safety
  • Cleaning Practices
  • Bacteria and other Contaminants
  • Your role in handling food safely

Course Outline & Major Topics

  • Health and Safety
  • WHMIS
    • H.M.I.S. Components:
  • Labels
    • Supplier Label Components
    • Worksite Label Components
    • Sample Label
  • First Aid
    • Chemical Handling and Safety
    • Chemical Handling & Safety: Chemical Storage
  • Spill Control
    • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
    • MSDS
    • Lock out Tag out
    • WHMIS Interactive
  • What is sanitation & why do we do it?
    • Definition of Cleaning and Sanitizing
    • Why Clean and Sanitize?
    • In the News
  • Disease-Causing Germs in Food
    • Micro-Size
    • Bacteria
    • Bacterial Growth
    • coli, Salmonella and Listeria
  • Common Pests in Food Processing Plants
    • Good Housekeeping
    • Pest Proofing
    • Evidence of Pests
  • Types of Food Processing Residues
    • What is a Biofilm?
    • Controlling Biofilms
    • Biofilms in Drains
  • Where are some areas where Biofilms form?
    • Biofilm Formation
    • Biofilm Treatment with Different Sanitizers
    • Drain Cleaning
  • Types of Cleaning Chemicals
    • Cleaning Methods
    • Types of Sanitizers
    • Application of Sanitizers
    • Factors in Sanitizer Performance
    • Factors in Cleaning and Sanitizing
    • A.T.C.H.
    • Preparation and Handling of Chemicals
    • Sanitation Specific GMP
  • Cleaning and Sanitizing Procedure
    • Sanitation Flow Chart – Step by Step
    • Cleaning Tools
  • Areas Where Dirt Can Accumulate
    • Non-Daily Cleaning/Master Cleaning Schedule
    • Pitfalls To Avoid
    • Post Cleaning and Sanitizing Activities
    • Keys for Visual Inspection (Post-Sanitation)
  • Portable Foamers & Sanitizing Units
    • Manual Chemical Dispensers
    • Wall Mount Dispensing Units
    • Central Chemical Dispensing Systems
  • ATP Testing
    • Microbial Testing
    • Chemical Residue Testing
  • What is Titration?
    • Titration Kits
    • Documenting your Titrations
  • Record Keeping and Communication
    • Information for Sanitation Staff

*Receive a nationally recognized certificate for participation in this course

Who Should Take This Course?

  • Sanitation Team
  • Quality and Assurance Teams
  • Maintenance and Janitorial Staff
  • Front Line Workers
  • Supervisory and Management

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