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Explore this issueJune/July 2018
Food trucks bring joy to both urban cities and remote country sides. Consumers love food trucks for their convenience, delicious tastes, fun themes, and low prices. Moreover, they often serve prepared meals, promote local cuisine, offer the authentic product of the street, one that the restaurants cannot provide.
However, owning a food truck also means being responsible and accountable. Failure to follow proper hygiene standards can easily cause foodborne diseases and illnesses. To be sure that your food truck isn’t dangerous for you or your consumers, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sends industrial hygienists and safety inspectors to help owners meet their safety requirements.
The OSHA is a governmental body that ensures safe and healthy work environments for working men and women in the private sector. As a food truck owner, this means your business falls under OSHA’s jurisdiction and must abide by their rules and regulations. This article will further explain what the OSHA is, what is it that they do, and what standards you have to meet if you own a food truck or a commercial kitchen.| | | Next → | Single Page