This collection, made available by Maricopa County Community College District, provides instructional information on sanitation in the United States. The information in this collection will enable students to: Identify importance of sanitation as part of supply chain system, understand sanitation guidelines and standards, explain the top three priorities for a Sanitation Technician, explain proper rack cleaning processes, state Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and more.
Resources include a presentation, two lab activities, an instructor guide, a student guide, a case study, and a quiz.
The Sanitation Processes presentation provides an overview of sanitation processes. Topics covered include: Supply Chain System, Systems Thinking Defined, Key Characteristics of a System, Collection Versus Systems, Sanitation Guidelines, and more.
The laboratory activities introduce students to green solutions. The first lab includes a list of online resources for students to analyze and the second lab is a checklist students can use to assess a facility.
The instructor and student guides provide detailed information about sanitation processes in the United States. Sections of the guides include: Introduction, Objectives, Overview - Systems Thinking and Sanitation Guidelines, Sanitation Guidelines - Three Top Priorities, Systems Structure Perspective, and more.
The case study features a description of a sanitation issue and three questions for students to answer. The collection also includes the Sanitation Processes Assessment with an answer key.
Below is a list of the files contained within the .zip attachment. The size of each file is included in parenthesis.
Sanitation_Process (8 files, 13.6 MB)
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