Kitchen Safety

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Description

Kitchen Safety provides students with a comprehensive introduction to hazards and safety in the school kitchen!

Students can learn about the safety rules of the school kitchen and the hazards that may be present in the PowerPoint presentation. They can then complete the questions and activities in the corresponding worksheet to help reinforce their new knowledge.

Also included in this resource pack is a lesson plan with teacher instructions to help make implementing this resource in the classroom a breeze!

This resource has been designed as an introduction to kitchen safety, aimed at Stage 4, Stage 5 and Life Skills students. However, it can be used with students from a range of stages and learning levels and is also perfect for safety revision.

Pack includes:

  • 1 x 19-slide Kitchen Safety PowerPoint.
  • 1 x 6-page Kitchen Safety worksheet.
  • Lesson plan with teacher instructions.

ACARA Australian Curriculum Design & Technologies YRS 7-10

NSW NESA FOOD TECHNOLOGY 7–10 SYLLABUS (2019)

Outcomes

FT4-1 demonstrates hygienic handling of food to ensure a safe and appealing product

FT4-2 describes and manages the risks of injury and WHS issues associated with handling food

FT5-1 demonstrates hygienic handling of food to ensure a safe and appealing product

FT5-2 identifies, assesses and manages the risks of injury and WHS issues associated with handling food

FTLS-1 demonstrates hygienic and safe practices in the selection, handling and storage of food

FTLS-9 demonstrates safe practices in the making of food items

 

Focus area: Food in Australia

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices for example:
    • personal hygiene
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • safe work practices
    • use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Focus area: Food Equity

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices for example:
    • personal hygiene
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • safe work practices
    • use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Focus area: Food Product Development

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices for example:
    • personal hygiene
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • safe work practices
    • use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Focus area: Food Selection and Health

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices for example:
    • personal hygiene
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • safe work practices
    • use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Focus area: Food Service and Catering

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices for example:
    • personal hygiene
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • safe work practices
    • use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Focus area: Food for Specific Needs

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices for example:
    • personal hygiene
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • safe work practices
    • use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Focus area: Food for Special Occasions

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices for example:
    • personal hygiene
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • safe work practices
    • use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Focus area: Food Trends

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices for example:
    • personal hygiene
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • safe work practices
    • use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Life Skills focus area: Food in Australia

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices, for example:
    • PPE, eg covered leather shoes, oven mitts
    • personal hygiene, eg hand-washing procedures, hair tied back or covered
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • WHS and safe work practices, eg handling equipment safely
    • washing-up procedures
    • cleaning and storage of equipment
    • transportation of food
    • storing leftover foods

Life Skills focus area: Food Equity

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices, for example:
    • PPE, eg covered leather shoes, oven mitts
    • personal hygiene, eg hand-washing procedures, hair tied back or covered
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • WHS and safe work practices, eg handling equipment safely
    • washing-up procedures
    • cleaning and storage of equipment
    • transportation of food
    • storing leftover foods

Life Skills focus area: Food Product Development

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices, for example:
    • PPE, eg covered leather shoes, oven mitts
    • personal hygiene, eg hand-washing procedures, hair tied back or covered
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • WHS and safe work practices, eg handling equipment safely
    • washing-up procedures
    • cleaning and storage of equipment
    • transportation of food
    • storing leftover foods

Life Skills focus area: Food Selection and Health

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices, for example:
    • PPE, eg covered leather shoes, oven mitts
    • personal hygiene, eg hand-washing procedures, hair tied back or covered
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • WHS and safe work practices, eg handling equipment safely
    • washing-up procedures
    • cleaning and storage of equipment
    • transportation of food
    • storing leftover foods

Life Skills focus area: Food Service and Catering

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices, for example:
    • PPE, eg covered leather shoes, oven mitts
    • personal hygiene, eg hand-washing procedures, hair tied back or covered
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • WHS and safe work practices, eg handling equipment safely
    • washing-up procedures
    • cleaning and storage of equipment
    • transportation of food
    • storing leftover foods

Life Skills focus area: Food for Specific Needs

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices, for example:
    • PPE, eg covered leather shoes, oven mitts
    • personal hygiene, eg hand-washing procedures, hair tied back or covered
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • WHS and safe work practices, eg handling equipment safely
    • washing-up procedures
    • cleaning and storage of equipment
    • transportation of food
    • storing leftover foods

Life Skills focus area: Food for Special Occasions

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices, for example:
    • PPE, eg covered leather shoes, oven mitts
    • personal hygiene, eg hand-washing procedures, hair tied back or covered
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • WHS and safe work practices, eg handling equipment safely
    • washing-up procedures
    • cleaning and storage of equipment
    • transportation of food
    • storing leftover foods

Life Skills focus area: Food Trends

  • demonstrate safe and hygienic work practices, for example:
    • PPE, eg covered leather shoes, oven mitts
    • personal hygiene, eg hand-washing procedures, hair tied back or covered
    • food safety, eg the food danger zone, cross-contamination
    • WHS and safe work practices, eg handling equipment safely
    • washing-up procedures
    • cleaning and storage of equipment
    • transportation of food
    • storing leftover foods

NSW NESA Technology Mandatory Year 7 – Year 8 Syllabus (2017)

Agriculture and Food Technologies

Producing and implementing

  • identify and apply safe and ethical work practices, for example:
    • correct use of tools and equipment
    • food safety and hygiene practices

Life Skills – Agriculture and Food Technologies

Producing and implementing

  • identify risks in an agricultural project or food preparation and ways to improve safety
  • use tools and equipment safely in an agricultural project or food preparation
  • use safe food handling, for example:
    • storage of food or produce
    • cleaning techniques, eg washing hands, surfaces, utensils
    • cooking methods, eg boil, mix
    • preparation methods, eg avoid cross-contamination

Contributes to:

NSW NESA FOOD TECHNOLOGY STAGE 6 SYLLABUS (2013)

ACT BSSS Food Studies A/M

ACT BSSS Food Science and Nutrition A/T/M

ACT BSSS Senior Syllabus: Food & Resource Management YR 11-12

ACT BSSS Curriculum Food Science & Management T

ACT BSSS Curriculum Food for Life A/M Classification: A

SA SACE Food & Hospitality Stage 1 and Stage 2

WA SCSA Food Science & Technology YR 11 ATAR

WA SCSA Food Science & Technology YR 12 ATAR  

Britain AQA GCSE Food Preparation & Nutrition (8585)

QLD QCAA Food & Nutrition General Senior Syllabus 2019

TAS TASC Food and Cooking Essentials: FCE110114 Level 1

TAS TASC Food, Cooking and Nutrition: FDN215118 Level 3

TAS TASC Food and Nutrition: FDN315118 Level 2

TAS TASC Food & Hospitality Enterprise: FHE215116 Level 2

VIC VCAA VCE Food Studies Syllabus

NSW NESA Hospitality VET Curriculum Framework Stage 6 Syllabus

SA SACE Nutrition Stage 1 and Stage 2 2021

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