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  • Health & Safety Documents - Weekly hot holding record
    Weekly hot holding recordIf you are keeping food hot which you intend to sell or provide as part of a paid-for service, you have a legal duty to ensure it is safe. Use our form to record the food's core temperature during hot holding. Why is this important?Poor temperature control can lead to the rapid growth of food poisoning bacteria. Not only must temperatures be monitored, but a record kept to demonstrate that you are controlling hazards in an effective manner. Records are required for food which is kept...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Food delivery checklist - ready to eat foods
    Food delivery checklist - ready-to-eat foodsIf you sell food or provide it as part of a service, you have a legal duty to ensure that it's safe. One of the actions you can take to fulfil this duty is to check the quality and safety of products you receive from suppliers. Use our form to do this.How does it work?As a food business you need to check that any deliveries you receive are safely packaged, not contaminated and, where applicable, at the correct temperature. The food must be checked - and this check...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Serving and preparing hot food
    Risk assessment - serving and preparing hot foodThere are many hazards associated with the preparation of hot food that can present risks to staff which, left unmanaged, could cause accidents and potentially put you on the wrong side of the law.Managing the risksTo help you identify the hazards associated with preparing hot food, e.g. the use of knives, ovens, steamers etc., and the appropriate ways of controlling them, use our example Risk Assessment - Serving and Preparing Hot Food. It covers the generic hazards...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Allergen identification table
    Allergen identification tableWhen you prepare and serve unpackaged food products, it's now necessary to provide allergy information. Use our table to identify what's in your products. Legal obligationOn 13 December 2014 the EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation 1169/2011 came into force. This is enforced in the UK by the Food Information Regulations 2014 (FIR), which came into effect in August 2014. Note. Until 13 December 2014 the FIR applied to prepacked foods. This has now been extended to food sold...
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