Must employees wash their hands?
How do employers know that employees wash their hands after using the restroom?
Good question! Do you think everyone really washes their hands after using a public restroom?
Everyone should wash their hands after using the restroom PERIOD. Food Handlers have even greater responsiblity to practice this good hygiene habit. They even have to take a class about. I take due care when preparing my meals in the privacy of my own home. Yes, they should do the same.
Food service providers don't have the right to take my money and make me sick in the process. Eating the money straight from my own pocket would probably be safer...ewww gross!
by H C Palting5 years ago
Why do you think people don't wash their hands?I see people who use public restrooms and run out without washing their hands properly if they wash them at all. Many only use water, others get soap and immediately rinse...
by Olly4 years ago
Do you wash your hands with soap or use antibacterial gel after a toilet visit?Bit grim maybe but I'm intrigued. I work in a serviced office and 85% of the guys use antibacterial gel after going to the toilet but no...
by mdawson178 years ago
I have children and everyone of them went through the stage of always wanting their hands in the water! I have had Doctor's tell me that it is a very bad thing to allow your children to compulsively wash their hands do...
by Beth Perry3 years ago
Do you have your children wash their hands before eating?I was taught washing one's hands before eating is good sanitary practice, and likewise I still tell my kids to do this. But I've been told by a few that the...
by Alexander Pease6 years ago
What do you do if someone in food service doesn't wash their hands?... If an employee goes to the bathroom, but you can tell that they didn't wash their hands, what do you do?
by Christy Garrett6 years ago
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