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Servsafe Coursebook Chapter 11 - Sanitary Facilities And Equipment

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ServSafe Coursebook Chapter 11 - Sanitary Facilities and Equipment
A quiz based on the material taught in the ServSafe coursebook, chapter 11.

  
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1.  Backflow is when water...
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2.  A sink can be multipurpose--that is, you may designate a sink to be used for both washing hands and food preparation.
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3.  Which materials should be used for walkways and parking lots?
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4.  Which is the BEST wall finish in cooking areas?
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5.  What is a cross-connection?
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6.  Which type of flooring would you NOT want to install in a professional kitchen?
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7.  From a sanitation perspective, a well-designed kitchen will address which of the following?
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8.  When installing tabletop equipment on legs, the space between the base of the equipment and tabletop must be at least...
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9.  Finishes for walls and ceilings must be which of the following?
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10.  A dishwashing machine should be raised how many inches from the floor?
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11.  How hot should the hot water at a handwashing station get?
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12.  What is a source of potable water?
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13.  What is the most important consideration when selecting construction materials for your establishment?
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14.  Which of these is NOT a concern in the design of a dry storeroom?
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15.  Foodservice equipment that has been certified as meeting certain standards may be stamped with the _________ mark.
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16.  What is the only completely reliable method for preventing backflow?
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17.  Grease on an establishment's ceiling could be a sign of inadequate ventilation.
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18.  To keep food from being contaminated by lighting, use...
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19.  This is a curved, sealed edge placed between the floor and the wall to eliminate sharp corners or gaps that would be difficult or impossible to clean. What is it called?
20.  The extent to which a material will absorb liquids is called what?
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