Moudi al-Hajri, Director of Community and Dietetic Services at the Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC), has offered a series of tips to ensure the safe delivery of food to homes and avoid food contamination.
This includes setting delivery times from morning to midnight, delivering food via new, air-conditioned cars instead of motorcycles, using a refrigerator to store cold food and insulated containers for hot food, while separating the two from each other. , the need to issue certificates for delivery people and an annual comprehensive exam for them, and offering courses on the importance of safe food delivery and personal hygiene.
To ensure quality assurance of food delivery, al-Hajri explained the need to place cameras in food delivery vehicles and allocate special routes for motorcycles away from vehicles and cars, stressing the importance of establishing traffic for motorcycles and the delivery of tickets if there are two drivers. they are traveling together or a driver is speeding.
“Food delivery apps save us time and effort; however, we must consider concepts such as the health, personal hygiene and safety of the delivery people or those who receive the orders,” continued al-Hajri.
The PHCC official advised delivery drivers to dispose of their masks every hour, change their gloves for each new order, sterilize their cars, bags and containers regularly, noting the need to constantly educate workers on how to limit the spread. virus and safeguard your health and that of others.
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