1. Before beginning shift
2. After using the bathroom and again at the hand sink after entering the drive-in
3. Immediately before pepping food, (including working with exposed food), clean equipment and utensils, and single-use articles
4. During food prep, as often as necessary, to remove soil and contamination and to prevent cross-contamination when changing tasks
5. When going from raw to cooked or other ready-to-eat foods
6. After coughing or sneezing in hands, or in handkerchief
7. After any break (smoking, eating, or drinking)
8. After touching your face, hair or other areas of the body
9. After cleaning activities. This included taking out the trash.
10. After handling soiled equipment, utensils or touching any surfaces that are not continually sanitized.
11. Before putting on food handling gloves to work with food
12. After any other activity that can contaminate your hands