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Like any removable prosthesis, the patient was instructed to utilize good hygienic practices to maintain the appearance and cleanliness of the Valplast restoration (Fig.
Earlier, the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), the World Health Organization and the UN said in a joint statement that pork and pork products, handled in accordance with good hygienic practices recommended by the WHO, FAO, Codex Alimentarius Commission and the OIE, will not be a source of H1N1 flu infection.
The field observation was guided by a simple eight point checklist on items and facilities required for good hygienic practices in the handling of raw meat by butchers.
* Develop good hygienic practices and, for girls, "front-to-back" wiping after urinating.
Developments such as the demand for minimally-processed foods have placed a renewed emphasis on good hygienic practices in the food industry.
The relevant authorities are also required to report back to the Commission about guides to good hygienic practices, in accordance with article 5 of Directive 93/43, on food hygiene.
Risk assessment is integral in a series of activities that starts with Good Hygienic Practices, including Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), and which culminates in microbiological criteria.
Disease-causing agents that are reproductive hazards and their corresponding preventive measures include: cytomegalovirus (good hygienic practices such as handwashing); hepatitis B virus (vaccination); human immunodeficiency virus (practice universal precautions); human parvovirus B19 (good hygienic practices such as handwashing); German measles (vaccination before pregnancy if no prior immunity); toxoplasmosis (good hygiene practices such as handwashing); chicken pox (vaccination before pregnancy if no prior immunity).
Both supervision and education of food workers and consistent adherence by food workers to good hygienic practices are critical and perhaps neglected elements in control and prevention of foodborne disease.
The trade should also observe the Good Hygienic Practices in each stage of production to ensure safe and proper processing of the food and to comply with the limits stipulated in the Microbiological Guidelines for Food.
Giving advice to all OFWs in the Middle East, Jose said they must keep calm, observe good hygienic practices, follow health advisories, and seek medical assistance once they feel symptoms of a respiratory ailment.
In these, they have included Indian standards on Food Retail Management, Good Hygienic Practices, and Good Manufacturing Practices," he added.