A Survey of Safety and Sanitation Practices of Employees at Jollibee in Zamora Tacloban City

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A survey of Safety and Sanitation Practices of Employees at Jollibee in Zamora Tacloban City

A Case Study
Presented to the Faculty of
ACLC College of Tacloban City

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
For the Degree Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurants
Management

By

CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
Food safety focuses on the utilization of various resources and strategies to ensure that all types of foods are properly stored, prepared, and preserved so they are safe for consumption. On the other hand, food sanitation is not just about cleanliness, it also comprises all measures involved in protecting food by properly handling, cooking, and processing it to prevent the risks of contamination, harmful bacteria, poisonous
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The researchers will only conduct the survey on the employees and the people who dine-in in Jollibee fast food restaurant at Zamora Tacloban City and nothing will be asked that is not related to the study. The researcher will limit himself not to asked confidential file or issue about their
Employees in the establishment, question that will be asked to the employees of Jollibee will be base on the safety and sanitation practices of employees in the said establishment only and nothing more.

DEFINITION OF TERMS
Fast food: Designed for ready availability, use, or consumption and with little consideration given to quality or significance
Restaurant: A business establishment where meals or refreshments may be purchased
Sanitation: The promotion of hygiene and prevention of disease by maintenance of sanitary conditions (as by removal of sewage and trash) —often used attributively
Beverage: Beverages are listed on the back of the menu. Would anyone like a beverage with their snack?>
Jollibee: A fast food restaurant

CHAPTER II
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE This chapter shows previous studies and publication relevant to the topic undertaken. It gives light as to what motivated the proponent in pursuing the specific field of study. Dr. Oz: 7 Dirty Secrets Fast Food Restaurants Hide from Customers. While the risk of contracting a disease like hepatitis A is typically a worry while traveling abroad to a third world country or a heavily