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Development and Application of Hygiene Safety Quotient (HSQ) and Nutrition Quotient (NQ) Management Web & App Program for Efficient Foodservice Management of Children's Foodservice Facilities (어린이 급식소의 효율적인 급식관리를 위한 위생·안전지수·영양지수 관리 웹 & 앱 프로그램 개발 및 적용)

  • Jung, Dajung;Kang, Hyunjoo
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.26 no.3
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    • pp.221-233
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    • 2020
  • The Center for Children's Foodservice Management periodically visited children's foodservice facilities for hygiene, safety and nutrition management, and the 'HSQ (Hygiene Safety Quotient) and NQ (Nutrition Quotient) Management Web & App Program' was developed and applied to improve the health, safety, and nutrition management status of children's foodservice facilities. The HSQ is a comprehensive hygiene and safety index consisting of six categories from the hygiene and safety checklist for children's foodservice facilities provided by the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety. The NQ is a nutrition index for foodservice facilities consisting of five categories from the nutrition checklist. First, this program can be used to efficiently understand the actual conditions of children's foodservice. Foodservice facilities are provided with the result report prepared by the center without restrictions on time or place. Second, it can be used as "a channel for comfortable communication with foodservice facilities". Foodservice facilities are provided with a route where questions and resolutions can be communicated to the center. Third, it is easy to compare and review the results of foodservice facilities by institution and number of visits while downloading the results data at the same time, as the result report is written based on hygiene, safety, and nutrition visits. Through such programs, it is believed that standardized work and integrated management will improve the work efficiency of the center's employees. It is also thought that these programs will promote healthier life-styles in children by establishing a safe food environment for children's foodservice.

A study on the Analysis of Space for School Foodservice Facilities - Focus on Elementary and Secondary Schools in the Metropolitan area Since 2009 - (학교 급식시설의 공간 분석 연구 - 2009년 이후 개교한 수도권 초·중·고등학교를 중심으로 -)

  • Seo, Boong-Kyo
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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    • v.23 no.5
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    • pp.3-10
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to provide a basis for planning of school foodservice facilities to operate with hygiene and efficiency corresponding a decrease of the number of students. This study analyzes the composition of space for foodservice facilities categorizing by the functions which are preparation area, cooking area, cleaning area, storage, and worker's room on elementary, middle and high school in Seoul Metropolitan city since 2009 that the Seoul School Health Promotion Center published a manual for school foodservice facilities. The calculation can be a basis for school planners and the general schools to use available area in each school and can manage the school usage plan appropriately. The number of students in each school has been regarded as the space planning element, but the number of students would considered with using the specific area and time.

Disinfection State and Effective Factors of Foodservice Facilities and Utilities of Elementary Schools in Busan -Based on the Characteristics of Dietitian, Employee and Foodservice- (부산지역 초등학교 급식시설,설비의 소독실태 및 영향요인 -영양사, 조리종사원 및 급식소 특성에 따른-)

  • Kim, Ji-Hyeon;Kim, Lee-Seon;Han, Ji-Suk
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.34-46
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate disinfection state and effective factors of foodservice facilities and utilities of elementary schools in Busan area. Foodservice facilities and utilities investigated in this study were ceiling, wall, floor, trench, greasetrap, hood, pest and dumb waiter. The questionnaire which was administered to 196 dietitians was used as a survey method. The results were as follows. The washing method of foodservice facilities and utilities was mainly used by detergent washing-natural dry. The disinfection method of foodservice facilities and utilities was mainly sanitized by sodium hypochlorite. Dumb waiter and hood were sanitized by 70% ethyl alcohol and iodine. In washing and disinfection frequencies of foodservice facilities and utilities ceiling was twice/year, wall, hood and pest control facilities were once/week, floor, trench, greasetrap and dumb waiter were everyday, respectively. Floor, trench, greasetrap and dumb waiter were disinfected properly, whereas ceiling, wall, hood and pest were not disinfected properly. The washing method was related to dietitian's marital status and education. The disinfection state was related to dietitian's age and career, having of sanitation check list. The disinfection method was also affected dietitian's marital status, number of employee, duration of foodservice, number of total serving and having of sanitation check list. Therefore based on the results of this study, it should be given to the microbiological study on disinfection of facilities and utilities such as ceiling, wall, floor, trench, greasetrap, hood, pest and dumb waiter and the dietitian and employee's sanitation training also should be conducted continuously.

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The Microbiological Safety Evaluation of Foodservice Facilities and Side Dishes in Elementary Schools and Universities in the Jeolla-do Region

  • Lee, Byung-Doo;Kim, Du-Woon;Kim, Jang-Ho;Kim, Jeong-Mok;Rhee, Chong-Ouk;Eun, Jong-Bang
    • Food Science and Biotechnology
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    • v.15 no.6
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    • pp.920-924
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    • 2006
  • The microbiological safety of foodservice facilities and side dishes in 6 elementary schools and 6 universities in the Jeolla-do region was evaluated. The micro-aerosol evaluation of foodservice facilities including the kitchen, refrigerators, and freezers showed a comparatively high level of microbial contamination. In the microbial safety evaluation of cooking utensils and appliances, the total plate counts of serving tables, cutting boards, and food plates were comparatively high, but did not reveal significant counts of coliforms, Staphylococcus aureus, and Escherichia coli were both below the general limit of microbial contamination. The microbiological safety of the cooking utensils and appliances were satisfactory. In the microbiological safety evaluation of side dishes served at these foodservice facilities, microbial counts were generally below the limit of microbial contamination.

Analysis on facilities/Equipment of School Foodservice in Kyunggi-Do (경기도지역 학교급식시설 실태분석)

  • 양일선;이보숙;한경수;채인숙
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.113-123
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    • 1997
  • Conventional foodservice system has been the most prevalent system across the country. However, all the elementary students throughout the country is not being provided with school lunch program because of the restriction on equipping school foodservice facilities. So commissary foodservice system was introduced to school lunch program in 1991. This study was designed to evaluate condition of existing major equipment including volume, probable useful life, and frequency of use and determine equipment improvements on conventional and commissary school foodservice systems. A questionnaire was developed and mailed to 87 dietians of conventional and 46 dietians of commissary school foodservices in Kyunggi-do. Response rates were 89.1% and 91.3%, respectively . Approximately one third of commissary foodservices were converted from conventional to commissary. Only 52.6% of conventional and 53.5% of commissary foodservice facilities/equipments have been desirable in quality and quantity. Capacity, functional ability, using frequency, and relationship with efficient work management were analyzed according to school foodservice system. Content analysis was conducted regarding to dietitians' opinions on foodservice facilities/equipment.

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A Research on Foodservice Facilities for Space Usage Characteristics - Focus on Primary and Secondary School in Seoul Metropolitan area Since 2009 - (학교 급식시설의 이용특성 분석연구 - 2009년 이후 개교한 경인지역 초·중·고등학교를 중심으로 -)

  • Seo, Boong-Kyo;Kim, Su Yeon
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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    • v.24 no.2
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    • pp.11-18
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    • 2017
  • Most primary and secondary schools in Korea provide school meals to students. After the implementation of the manual in the development of foodservice facilities within schools in the Seoul metropolitan area, this study had been instituted towards the improvement on the design of the school. Through the investigation of the use of school foodservice facilities and the establishment of putting the designer's design to the users into effect, primary and secondary schools have been observed in the study to conclude the following research: Spatial Configuration and Usage Characteristics within Elementary, Middle, and High school.

Satisfaction with Children's Foodservice Facilities about Program at Center for Children's Foodservice Management in Seoul: Difference between Associate Members and Regular Members (서울 소재 어린이급식관리지원센터 수행 사업에 대한 어린이 급식소의 만족도 분석 - 회원 구분에 따른 비교를 중심으로 -)

  • Yeoh, Yoon-Jae;Kwon, Sooyoun;Go, Serin;Kim, Jiyoon
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.25 no.4
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    • pp.703-709
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate satisfaction with children's foodservice facilities about program at Center for Children's Foodservice Management (CCFSM) by focusing on differences between associate and regular members. In December 2014, an online survey was conducted at 155 children's foodservice facilities which were enrolled members at CCFSM in Geumcheon-gu, Seoul. The questionnaire included the general characteristics of respondents, satisfaction with CCFSM's services : 'Field consulting', 'Education and training for cook', 'Menu', and 'Newsletter'. The questionnaire was responded by 78 foodservice facilities for children, including 42 regular members (53.8%) and 36 associate members (46.2%). The analysis rate was 50.3% and the majority of respondents were child-care centers (94.9%). As a result, satisfaction with 'Newsletter (4.87 points/5 points)' was the highest while 'Menu (3.95 points)' was the lowest. Satisfaction with 'Education and training for cook' of regular members (4.74 points) was significantly higher than that of associate members (4.41 points). For factors affecting overall satisfaction with CCFSM's service, there was a difference between associate and regular members. Regular members were significantly affected by 'Menu (p<0.001)', and 'Newsletter (p<0.05)'. Associate members were affected by 'Education and training for cook (p<0.05)'. Thus, satisfaction with Menu of CCFSM should be increased. The results of this study show that there was a difference in satisfaction between associate and regular members. Therefore, CCFSM program should be implemented depending on the characteristics of foodservice facilities for children and their needs.

A Study on the Recognition of Korean Traditional Snacks of Parents and Teachers at Children's Foodservice Facilities in Daejeon, Chungnam and Sejong (학부모와 어린이급식소 교직원의 전통간식에 대한 인식연구 -대전·충남·세종지역을 중심으로-)

  • Yu, Ju-Hee;Yoon, Hei-Ryeo
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.26 no.2
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    • pp.101-115
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study was to increase the utilization of traditional snacks in the Daejeon, Chungnam and Sejong regions by investigating the awareness of traditional snacks by parents and teachers of Children's foodservice facilities. The survey method was a self-monitored survey, and 576 people (298 parents, 278 teachers) were used for statistical analyses. 66.4% of parents believed that the snacks provided at facilities are nutritious, and that traditional snacks are rich in nutrition but difficult to cook (66.1%). Further, 77% of parents preferred traditional snacks, and 92% thought that traditional snacks should be passed on to future generations and continuously developed. Increasing the number of stores selling traditional snacks (41%) and a generalized awareness of traditional snacks (34%) are needed to expand the use consumption of traditional snacks. For teachers of Children's foodservice facilities, 92.8% said that the number of snacks provided per day was twice, and snacks were made and served more than twice a week (77.7%). The reasons for not making these traditional snacksit more often were the long cooking time (47.1%) and lack of labor (20.5%). There were no differences in the perceptions of traditional snacks among the types of children's foodservice facilities, but the private and public facilities showed a higher usage demand than the family type foodservice facilities for of traditional snack-focused food education programs. In order to increase the utilization of traditional snacks, it is necessary to create programs according to the facility types and to develop traditional snacks to meet the needs of consumers. The results of this study are expected to be used as basic data for the development of instructions and programs for increasing the consumption of traditional snacks at children's foodservice facilities.

A Study on School Dietitians' Satisfaction with Foodservice Facilities and Utilities in the Chonbuk Area of Korea (전북 지역 학교 급식 영양사의 학교 급식 시설${\cdot}$설비에 대한 만족도 연구)

  • Choi, Hyu-Yeun;Rho, Jeong-Ok
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.218-225
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    • 2007
  • This study was conducted to investigate the satisfaction of school dietitians with foodservice facilities and utilities in the Chonbuk area of Korea. Self-administered questionnaires were collected from a total of 22 dietitians. Statistical data analysis was completed using the SPSS v. 10.0 program. The results are summarized as follows. Among the 222 school foodservice systems, 68.5% of the schools prepared meals the conventional way and 31.5% prepared them the commissary way. Most of the school foodservice facilities were located on the first floor. Satisfaction with the location of the foodservice facility was not significantly different between the conventional and commissary systems. However, overall dietitian satisfaction with the foodservice facility locations was poor. Approximately 30% of the dietitians responded that one of the most important problems for foodservice management was the limited space and worn-out equipments in the kitchens. For dietitians' satisfaction on the types of facilities present, most schools had constructed dietitian offices, food storage facilities, cafeterias, rest rooms, dressing rooms, and preparation facilities. Yet, the amenities most often missing were storage facilities, preparation facilities, dressing rooms, rest rooms, etc. For overall satisfaction with the status of facilities and utilities, we found no significant differences between dietitians in the conventional(2.89) and commissary foodservice systems(2.86); however, the satisfaction level among the dietitians was poor. Therefore, governmental regulation agencies need to review and approve plans prior to the new construction or extensive remodeling of school foodservice facilities. Finally, content analysis was also conducted regarding the dietitians' opinions on foodservice facilities and utilities.

Effects of Periodic Visiting Education Support on Nutrition and Hygiene Practices at Center for Childeren's Foodservice Management -Focus on Ulsan Area- (어린이급식관리지원센터의 영양 및 위생·안전관리 방문교육지원 효과 -울산지역을 중심으로-)

  • Lee, Jee Hye
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this current study was to examine the effects of nutrition and food safety management support by the Center for Children's Foodservice Management (CCFSM) in foodservice facilities for children in the Ulsan area. From December 2014 to July 2015, the status of nutrition practices and hygiene practices was assessed by dietitians using nutrition and hygiene practice checklists. The subjects of study were 48 institutional foodservice facilities for children. Some nutrition practice items showed significant increases in average scores of 'using CCFSM menus (P<0.001), revising menus (P<0.05), and reconfirm menus (P<0.01)' from pre-support to post-support. Regarding hygiene practices, some items between pre-support to post-support showed significant increases in average scores of 'having equipment for hand washing & disinfecting' (P<0.01), 'wearing disinfected clothing for kitchen hygienically' (P<0.05), 'proper sterilization' (P<0.05), 'recording the origin of ingredients' (P<0.01), 'use of different knives/cutting boards' (P<0.05), and 'an appropriate thawing process' (P<0.05) from pre-support to post-support. Based on the above results, we found that nutrition and hygiene management support by CCFSM in foodservice facilities for children had a positive influence on status of some nutrition and food safety practices.