Food Hygiene and Safety: A Handbook for Care Practitioners
Suitable for people working in social care and early years settings, this handbook covers the issues faced by a range of occupations where people have to handle food. It also covers the requirements of the RIPH and CIEH Intermediate Certificates in Food, Hygiene and Safety.
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