Cleaning is the process of keeping your kitchen in a tidy and hygienic state. Cleaning is essential for preventing contamination and for keeping your expensive equipment in good condition. This module covers:
Cleaning – the removal of unwanted dirt, soil and other elements from preparation surfaces, knives, benches, floors, equipment and all other areas of food premises
- Sanitising – the reduction of the number of bacteria present on these surfaces through the use
Components in this Module
1 - Introduction
- Kitchen Cleaning Overview
- Products Used for Cleaning
- Cleaning in the Kitchen Challenge Pt 1
- Cleaning in the Kitchen Challenge Pt 2
- pH Scale
- Products Used for Sanitising
- Bacterial Growth
- Sanitiser Concentration
- Sanitiser Challenge
- Chemical Storage
- Cleaning Products Documentation
- Chemicals and Food
- Calculation Challenge
- Handling Chemical Spills and Accidents
- Mixing Chemicals
- Dealing with Accidents
- Checkpoint 1
- Equipment Used for Cleaning
- Cleaning Agents and Equipment Summary
2 - Cleaning in the Kitchen
- Cleaning in the Kitchen
- Cleaning the Kitchen Premises
- Pest Control
- Inspecting Cleaning Equipment
- Inspecting Cleaning Equipment Video
- Identifying Cleaning Equipment
- Using Cleaning Equipment Safely
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Cleaning WHS
- Checkpoint 2
- Correct Cleaning Procedures
- Cleaning the Kitchen Videos
- Cleaning the Coolroom
- Cleaning Benches
- Cleaning the Kitchen Challenge
- Using Cleaning Equipment Correctly
- Checkpoint 3
- Cleaning Kitchen Equipment
- Cleaning Large Equipment
- Cleaning Large Equipment Challenge
- Cleaning Crockery, Cutlery and Cooking Equipment
- Cleaning Dishes, Pots and Pans
- Cleaning Small Equipment
- Chefs Hints
- Using a Dishwasher
- Cleaning Small Equipment Challenge
- Cleaning Chopping Boards
- Cleaning a Deep Fryer
- Cleaning Other Equipment
- Cleaning Rubbish Bins
- Checkpoint 4
- Ensuring Sufficient Supplies of Crockery
3 - Reducing Negative Environmental Impacts
- Reducing Negative Environmental Impacts
- Water Efficiency
- Energy Efficiency
- Waste Management
- Menu Item Waste
- Waste Minimisation Challenge
4 - End of Service Procedures
- End of Service Procedures
- Storing Cleaning Equipment
- Storage Animation
- Storing Equipment Challenge
- Checkpoint 5
- Waste Disposal
- Chemical Disposal
- Chemical Waste
- Handling Linen
- Bad Hygiene Practices
- Linen Cleaning Processes
- Contaminated Linen
- Contamination Challenge
5 - Following Cleaning Procedures
- Following Cleaning Procedures
- Cleaning Schedules
- General Cleaning and Maintenance
- Cleaning Schedule Challenge
- Cleaning Procedures Room Explorer
- Cleaning Kitchen Areas Challenge
- Cleaning and Maintenance Needs
- Cleaning Checklists
- Checkpoint 6
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