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The Purpose is to avoid spread of enteric diseases within Consumers & Employees through Food handling staff

Aviation Industry

Hotels & Restaurants

Canteens & caterers

Slaughter House & Meat Processing

Packaged Food Manufacturers

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Vaccination is crucial for individuals in the Food Service & Manufacturing industry as it helps prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Given the close proximity of workers, the potential for contamination, and the high risk of transmission, vaccination is a key measure to protect both employees and consumers.

Infectious diseases can spread rapidly in environments where people handle and process food. Without vaccination, workers are susceptible to contracting and transmitting diseases, putting the entire supply chain at risk. Vaccination helps create a safer workplace and minimizes the risk of contamination.

Enteric diseases are caused by micro-organisms such as viruses, bacteria and parasites that cause intestinal illness. These diseases most frequently result from consuming contaminated food or water and some can spread from person to person.

Enteric fever, also known as Typhoid fever, is caused by Salmonella Typhi. India has more than half the estimated global burden of typhoid.

Vaccination not only prevents the spread of infectious diseases but also contributes to the overall health and well-being of the workforce. Healthy employees are more productive, leading to improved efficiency and reduced absenteeism, ultimately benefiting both the workers and the industry as a whole.

Absolutely. Vaccinated individuals are less likely to contract or transmit infectious diseases, ensuring a safer food production process. This helps the industry meet and exceed food safety standards, building consumer trust and safeguarding public health.

  • FSSAI compliance signifies adherence to food safety regulations and standards.
  • Promises high-quality standards in food production, processing, and distribution.
  • Builds trust among consumers assuring food safety & quality.
  • Ensuring that Food handlers are protected from diseases & prevent its spread.
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