# Juicy Drench SIP Sampling, 2013

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### All Brand Ambassadors are required to wear a jet pack at some stage during each shift?

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True

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False

A. True
Explanation
The statement suggests that all Brand Ambassadors are obligated to wear a jet pack at some point during their shift. This implies that the use of jet packs is a mandatory requirement for the ambassadors.

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### What is the weight of a jet pack?

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5kg

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10kg

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14kg

B. 10kg
Explanation
The weight of a jet pack is 10kg. This implies that when the jet pack is at rest or in a state of equilibrium, it exerts a downward force of 10kg due to gravity. This weight is an important factor to consider when using and operating a jet pack, as it affects the overall maneuverability and control of the device.

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### Are you allowed to drink the samples?

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No

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Yes

A. No
Explanation
The correct answer is No because the question asks whether you are allowed to drink the samples. Since the answer is "No," it implies that you are not allowed to drink the samples.

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### How do you test the temperature of the samples?

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By drinking them

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By feeling them

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With a thermometer

C. With a thermometer
Explanation
To test the temperature of the samples, the most accurate and reliable method is to use a thermometer. This instrument is specifically designed to measure temperature and provides precise readings. Drinking or feeling the samples may not provide accurate results as they rely on subjective perceptions and can vary from person to person. Therefore, using a thermometer is the best approach to obtain an objective and accurate measurement of the temperature of the samples.

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### When in uniform what should you NEVER do?

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Eat

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Drink

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Smoke

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Chat

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All of the above

E. All of the above
Explanation
When in uniform, you should never eat, drink, smoke, or chat. This is because being in uniform represents professionalism and discipline, and engaging in these activities can be seen as disrespectful or distracting. It is important to maintain a professional appearance and conduct oneself appropriately while in uniform.

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### When on a break what should you do to your uniform?

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Take it off or fully cover it up

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Continue to wear it

A. Take it off or fully cover it up
Explanation
When on a break, it is important to either take off your uniform or fully cover it up. This is necessary to maintain hygiene and avoid contamination of the uniform. By removing the uniform or covering it up, you prevent any dirt, germs, or food particles from coming into contact with the uniform, ensuring that it remains clean and presentable for when you resume your duties.

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### When you are 10 minutes away from running out of sample stock and sample cups cups what should you do?

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Nothing, continue sampling

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Inform your Event Manager immediately and ask if you can collect some more

B. Inform your Event Manager immediately and ask if you can collect some more
Explanation
When you are 10 minutes away from running out of sample stock and sample cups, it is important to inform your Event Manager immediately and ask if you can collect some more. This is necessary to ensure that you have enough samples and cups to continue sampling without any interruption. By informing the Event Manager, they can take the necessary steps to provide you with more stock and cups, preventing any disruption in the sampling process.

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### At what temperate should you never sample the products over?

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2-4 degrees

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4-6 degrees

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6-8 degrees

A. 2-4 degrees
Explanation
You should never sample the products over 2-4 degrees because this temperature range is considered the danger zone for food. Bacteria multiply rapidly between 40°F (4°C) and 140°F (60°C), so keeping the products within the 2-4 degrees range helps to prevent bacterial growth and maintain food safety. Sampling products above this temperature range could lead to foodborne illnesses and spoilage.

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