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What You Need to Know About Foodborne Illnesses if You Love Eating Out

Written by Stainless Cleans on Friday, 27 June 2014. Posted in Food Safety and Hygiene

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Food borne illnesses are infections caused by food substances or drinks consisting of harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites or even chemicals which lead to irritations in the gastrointestinal tract. Your GI tract constitutes a series of organs connected to each other to form a long, hollow tube from the mouth to the anus. While most food borne illnesses tend to be acute, which means they occur abruptly and last for a short period, there are some instances in which a food borne illness may be severe and cause debilitating complications.

The Impact of Food Safety on Healthy Living

Written by Stainless Cleans on Thursday, 26 June 2014. Posted in Food Safety and Hygiene

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You’ve taken the plunge to start a brand new, healthy and active lifestyle but if you think just exercise or healthy eating is going to do the trick, think again. You choose to take your new lifestyle to the restaurant and order a chicken salad but hold it right there! How do you know the food is safe? Restaurants, takeaway food outlets and cafes have the duty to serve food that can be consumed safely. However, there is a risk of food poisoning if the restaurant staff shows some shady characteristics.

Controlling Infection in the Workplace

Written by Stainless Cleans on Thursday, 26 June 2014. Posted in Germs, Prevention and Control

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Infections are caused by pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa, which enter your body. However, it can take some time until the symptoms of the illness begin to kick in. One of the places where infections are most likely spread is your workplace. According to the Occupational Health and Safety Act (2004), the employees in a particular workplace are required to be provided with a safe and secure environment to work in where there is adequate control of infections through various preventive procedures.

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