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Lavado Correcto de las Manos para Manipuladores de Productos Frescos1

Amy Simonne, Mark Ritenour, Jeff Brecht, Steve Sargent, and Keith Schneider2

Figure 1. 

Lávese las manos antes de:

  • Regresar al campo o incorporarse a la línea de empaquetamiento

  • Manipular productos frescos (frutas y vegetales)

  • Cambiar los guantes

  • Preparar alimentos

  • Consumir alimentos

Lávese las manos después de:

  • Ir al baño

  • Tocarse el cuerpo, la cara o el pelo

  • Trabajar con tierra o productos frescos (frutas y vegetales) que estén podridos

  • Tocar la basura

  • Fumar u otras actividades que puedan ensuciar sus manos

Footnotes

1.

Este documento, FCS8762-Span, es uno de una serie de publicaciones del Departamento de Family Youth and Community Sciences, UF/IFAS Extension. Fecha de primera publicación: March 2004. Repasado August 2007. Revisado: November 2013. Visite nuestro sitio web EDIS en http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu.

2.

Amy Simonne, Ph.D., professor, Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences; Mark Ritenour, Ph.D., assistant professor, Indian River REC; Jeff Brecht, Ph.D., professor and Steve Sargent, Ph.D., professor, Horticultural Sciences Department; and Keith Schneider, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Food Science & Human Nutrition. UF/IFAS Extension, Gainesville, FL 32611.


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