ServSafe Safe Food Handler Practice Test (Chapter 3)

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ServSafe Safe Food Handler Practice Test (Chapter 3)

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ServSafe Safe Food Handler Practice Test (Chapter 3)

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ServSafe Chapter 3-Safe Food Handler

ServSafe Practice Test (Quiz)

Test Purpose: ServSafe Test Prep
Question Type: Sample / Demo
Time Allowed: N/A
Topics Covered: Chapter 3-Safe Food Handler
Total Questions: 20
Live Score: You can find your test score as a percentage at the of the test.

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After prepping food, what must food handlers do before using the restroom?

2 / 20

How long can you hold hot food in a warmer?

3 / 20

To work with food, a food handler with an infected hand wound must

4 / 20

Cold foods should be kept at ______

5 / 20

How do you clean a thermometer before and after using them? (select all that apply)

6 / 20

A food handler who has just bused tables must do what before handling food?

7 / 20

What does a Time-Temperature ZIndicator (TTI) do?

8 / 20

What is the maximum registering thermometer used for?

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What must food handlers do after touching their hair, face, or body?

10 / 20

What temperature should hot food be stored at in a food warmer?

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What is an infrared thermometer used for in a restaurant?

12 / 20

Which piece of jewelry is a food handler allowed to wear?

13 / 20

What is the temperature danger zone ServSafe?

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How should food handlers keep their fingernails?

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How do you keep food safe throughout the flow of food? (select all that apply)

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How can we prevent cross contamination in tools and equipment?

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Where should personal items, like a coat, be stored in the operation?

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What action should a manager take when a food handler reports having diarrhea and being diagnosed with a foodborne illness caused by Shigella spp.?

19 / 20

As part of handwashing, food handlers must scrub their hands and arms for at least

20 / 20

After handling raw meat and before handling produce, what should food handlers do with their gloves?

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ServSafe Forms of Contamination Practice Test (Chapter 3) Questions
• How can food handlers avoid behaviors that can contaminate food?
• How should staff wash and care for their hands?
• What is the correct way to dress for work and handle work clothes?
• Where can staff eat, drink, smoke, and chew gum or tobacco to minimize contamination?
• What is the best way to prevent staff who may be carrying pathogens from working with or around food, or from working in the operation?

How Food Handlers Can Contaminate Food Food handlers can contaminate food when they:
 Have a foodborne illness
 Have wounds that contain a pathogen
 Sneeze or cough
 Have contact with a person who is sick
 Touch anything that may contaminate their hands and don’t wash them
 Have symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, or jaundice—a yellowing of the eyes or skin

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