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Basic Food Safety, Part 3: Poor Personal Hygiene

Poor personal hygiene is responsible for many foodborne illnesses in the United States. Learn about proper hand washing and personal grooming, illnesses that either restrict or exclude employees from working, and watch a lighthearted example of poor personal hygiene featuring “Harold the Cook”.

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Basic Food Safety – Part 3: Poor Personal Hygiene

Produced by the Central District Health Department, Boise, ID.
Basic Food Safety.
Part 3: Poor Personal Hygiene.
Poor personal hygiene is responsible for many foodborne illnesses in the United States. Learn about proper hand washing and personal grooming, illnesses that either restrict or exclude employees from working, and watch a lighthearted example of poor personal hygiene featuring “Harold the Cook”.
More information www.cdhd.idaho.gov.

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How Clean Are Your Household Linens? Our Investigation May Shock You


More from Inside Edition:
Just how clean are your towels and sheets? The results of some tests submitted by Inside Edition may shock you. New York mom Kristi Muccini, who runs a busy household and regularly does laundry, allowed Inside Edition into her home to test the linens, towels, and slippers to gauge their levels of bacteria. Microbiologist Jesse Miller and his team at NSF laboratories in Ann Arbor, Mich., examined the samples from the Muccini household.

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Personal Hygiene In The Workplace (Safety Video) – 1009E

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Personal hygiene can “make or break” a person’s success at their job, and it can cause discomfort and embarrassment that results in a breakdown of communication and productivity. This program has been developed as a tool for employers to be proactive in addressing the subject, as well as an aid to those managers and supervisors that find themselves in the position of needing to react and take action in the even of a complaint.

Runtime: 10 minutes

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U.S. stockpile of medical supplies “very stressed”


There are more concerns that the United States may not have enough masks, gowns and ventilators to fight the coronavirus. Catherine Herridge speaks with Greg Burel, the former director of the largest U.S. stockpile of medical supplies, who says there is not enough inventory to meet the needs of doctors and nurses.

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Personal Hygiene: Appearance, Behaviors, Health & Handwashing

The Ottawa County Health Department along with MacMedia produced this educational video for food service organizations and their employees.

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Aromatherapy Tips for Corona Virus/ COVID-19 | Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic scare, Dr. Blossom Kochhar shares some Aromatherapy tips. Apart from eating healthy, practicing yoga and staying indoors, Dr Kochhar advices on how to use essential oils of Eucalyptus, Lavender, Rosemary, Thyme and Basil to stay extra protected from the virus attack. Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic wishes everyone good health. Stay Safe!

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