ServSafe Manager Exam 8
What symptoms can indicate a customer is having an allergic reaction?
When should a food handler with a sore throat and fever be excluded from the operation?
What practice can help prevent allergic reactions?
Which of the following qualifies as a physical contaminant?
Physical, biological, and chemical pollutants are the three different categories that can get into food.
An example of a physical contaminant might be anything like glass, dirt, or food packaging. or something else that might unintentionally get into the dish. If bones are present in dishes where they are not expected, such as soups, stews, or chili, they can potentially be a physical contamination.
Which of the following signs of a foodborne disease is most typical?
One of the first things a medical expert takes into account when they hear reports of uncontrollable diarrhea is a foodborne infection. This is due to the fact that foodborne infections of various kinds frequently involve it.
If food shipments are not received at the proper temperatures, what should you do?
For food safety, temperature control is essential, and it starts before the food even enters your premises. Your first chance to influence food safety comes when you receive shipments of food.
It is impossible for you to know for sure how long food has been kept at an inappropriate temperature if it is not the proper temperature when it is delivered. This is the reason you ought to refuse the delivery.
Which is an example of physical contamination?
What does the FIFO (first-in, first-out) approach entail?
It makes sense to use the oldest food first and save the newest foods for later because every food loses some of its safety over time.
This not only encourages food safety but also raises the standard of the restaurant's food in general. By avoiding food from being thrown out when it might have been prevented, it also lessens waste.
Although the FIFO approach is efficient, other time and temperature regulations should still apply.
What must a food handler with an infected hand wound do to work safely with food?
A food handler's hand or wrist has a cut or a boil on it. What would be the best course of action?
If a worker takes safety precautions, they can still work with food.
An impermeable covering, such as a finger cot or bandage, should be applied to any wounds or boils that are present on the hand or wrist. Impermeable means that no blood or other bodily fluids may seep through it. A finger cot is a cover made of rubber or latex that only fits one finger. There are wrist-specific impermeable bandages available as well.
Then, a single-use glove should be placed over the hand, including the fingers.
What condition promotes the growth of bacteria?
What exactly is a thermocouple?
Having a metal probe, a thermocouple is a thermometer. The probe's tip contains the sensing region, and a digital reading is provided. This is a typical thermometer that is employed to determine the internal temperature of both thick and thin food.
Before taking the ServSafe management exam, you should familiarize yourself with the many types of thermometers. Then, familiarize yourself with the ones your foodservice company has selected and practice utilizing them.
What must staff members do when transferring chemicals to a new container?
How should staff make sure the chemical sanitizer being used on a food-prep surface is at the correct strength?
What thermometer is best suited to checking a dishwashing machine’s final rinse temperature?
Which of the following is NOT regarded as a secure method of defrosting frozen meat?
It is dangerous to thaw frozen meat in water that is hotter than 70 degrees. This is due to the fact that the meat will get dangerously cold on the outside while remaining frozen on the inside.