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What is Sanitation?
Sanitation is the act of reducing bacterial contamination to a safe level

Sanitizing does not kill all living organisms
Hot Water Sanitizing Manually?
1. Clean sinks
2. Scrap/pre-flush
3. Wash in detergent
4. Clean rinse
5. Sanitize at 170F (30sec)
6. Air dry
Chlorine and Iodine
1. Kill most bacteria
2. Are effective in hard water
3. Not effective in alkaline (soapy) water
4. Require minimum temperature of 750F
5. Require minimum concentration of 25 ppm chlorine and 12.5 ppm Iodine
6. Require strength of solution to be tested
Quaternary Ammonium
1. Bacterial killing power depends on compound
2. Effective under acid and alkaline conditions
3. Not effective in hard water (500 ppm)
4. Requires minimum temperature of 750F
5. Requires a test kit
6. Requires immersion concentration of 200 ppm
Chemical Sanitizing Manually
1. Clean sinks
2. Scrap/pre-flush
3. Wash in detergent
4. Clean rinse
5. Sanitize with Cl, I, or quats
6. Air dry
Organized Cleaning Program
- Encourages planning
- Distributes work load
- Reduces duplication of effort
- Pinpoints responsibility
- Establishes a basis for self inspection
- A good training aid
- Insures tasks not over looked
Establishing an Effective Cleaning Program
- Survey needs
- Accumulate materials
- Devise a schedule
- Introduce the program
- Supervise the its implementation
Cleaning Schedule
- What
- When
- Who
- How