Korean J Community Nutr.  2000 Mar;5(1):100-108.

Perceived Performance of Sanitary Management of School Food Service Managers in the Seoul Area

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  • 1Department of Food and Nutrition, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea.

Abstract

Seven constructs of sanitary management :time temperature, storage, cross-contamination, personal hygiene, equipment facility and documentation management were evaluated to investigate the perceived performance of sanitary management for school food service managers, Using a four-part questionnaire containing the seven constructs of sanitary management HACCP program, demographic information and characteristics of food service facilities participants rated their self-perceptions regarding sanitary management. Of the 550 possible respondents, 248(45.1%) completed the study. For the perceived sanitary manage-ment variables, the participants rated them between 2.66 and 4.16(5-point Likert scale). Temperature management presented the lowest performances while storage management showed the highest. The number of years of work experience of the food service managers and the serving location correlated significantly to sanitary management variables. Documentation management was also highly correlated to the other sanitary management constructs. The respondents ranked the managers leadership and professional knowledge regrading HACCP as most important, followed by the facilitys supporting equipment and human resources second, to successfully implement the HACCP system at the school food service facilites, Awareness of this study indicating low performance on temperature management suggests an active training program is needed for sanitary management of school food service.

Keyword

food service management; snitary management; school food servide; HACCP

MeSH Terms

Surveys and Questionnaires
Education
Food Services*
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points
Humans
Hygiene
Leadership
Self Concept
Seoul*
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