Providing food safety training to an audience whose native language is not English is always a challenge. In the study reported here, minimal-text visuals in Spanish were used to train Hispanic foodservice workers about proper handwashing technique and glove use based on the 2005 Food Code requirements. Overall, results indicated that visuals influenced participant knowledge about proper handwashing and proper glove use as evidenced by increased knowledge scores. Extension personnel can use visuals to train a wide variety of audiences about food safety, nutrition, occupational safety, and other topics.
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Rajagopal, L. (2012). Use of Visuals for Food Safety Education of Spanish-Speaking Foodservice Workers: A Case Study in Iowa. The Journal of Extension, 50(2), Article 72. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss2/72