Safe Food For the Hungry -- II

Group Activity 1: Safe Food Safari

Objectives:

Participants will play a game called Safe Food Safari. Critical food safety techniques will be reinforced and participants will identify critical control points, standards, and corrective actions as they make their way around the game board to arrive at Safe Food Shores.

Materials:
  • Safe Food Safari game board
  • a die, spinner, or cards numbered from 1-6
  • buttons, pennies, or other playing pieces
Preparation for Teaching:
  1. Assemble the Safe Food Safari game board by taping the three pieces together.
  2. To make your game board sturdier, you may wish to mount it on posterboard.
Instructions for Teaching:
  1. Players take turns rolling the die and moving around the board. When a player lands on a labeled space, a designated person reads the label. The player does what the label says.
  2. All players work as a group to determine the hazard, critical control points, and corrective action for each labeled space. Use the worksheet to facilitate this activity.
  3. The game ends when all players reach Safe Food Shores.

HACCP Worksheet

Critical control points include:
  • Transportation Receiving
  • Storage
  • Preparation and Repackaging
  • Holding and Service
  • Cooling and Reheating
  • Distribution
Identify the Critical Control Point associated with each hazard encountered in Safe Food Safari. What are the appropriate standards? What corrective actions are required if the standard is not met?

Safe Food Safari HACCP Worksheet

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Point       |             |              |  Met
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Preparation |Dirty Hands  |Wash hands    |Request that worker
and Re-     |             |before and    |wash hands. Post
packaging   |             |after working |reminder signs.
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