Answer: The best method for training for strength training is to do push ups, splits,etc. Do, chin up or do dumb ups those big things you carry and your muscles grow. Or, go to a leisure center and do the circuit training that they teach you. Depends on what your body responds to. This you will have to experiment and learn. Across the board, circuits (doing one exercise followed by another of an opposite area of the body back to back no rest) works above anything else. The idea is constant strain for a continuous burn of calories and work on the body creating more muscle and stamina responses.
Answer: Personal hygiene has a tremendous impact on food hygiene andpresentation. If the preparer does not follow proper personalhygiene the recipient may be exposed to fecal contamination withtheir meal.
Answer: It depends on the jurisdiction you are in.
You do NOT need a"basic food hygiene" [certificate] to e.g. replenish food stocks on a shelf in a supermarket, to sell prepackaged food behind a checkout till, to feed livestock/poultry, to pick fruit and vegetables for sale direct to the public or via a retail outlet or to work with food e.g. to offer to your family.
Answer: Any time you are serving food to the public in a restaurant or pub, you are required to have a hygiene certificate/health inspection. This is to show that all equipment, utensils, and food preparation areas are up to code, as well as that the food is properly handled and stored. You are also required to keep records of what you serve, as well as the temperatures at which it is served and stored at, and the dates and time it was stored, etc. While the certificates/inspections are time-consuming and require a lot of paperwork, they are designed to keep the workers, as well as the customers safe. Operating without a certificate/inspection will result in the restaurant or pub being shut down. This also applies to trucks, stands, etc. that serve food to the public.
Answer: Human resource management involves every aspect of the organizationwith regards to managing staff and personnel. The development andtraining of the staff is just one part of human resourcemanagement.
Answer: Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skills of an employee for performing the job assigned to him. It is a short-term process. After an employee is selected, placed and introduced in an organization he must be provided with training facilities so that he can perform his job efficiently and effectively. Development is a long-term educational process utilizing an organized and systematic procedure by which managerial personnel learn conceptual and theoretical knowledge for general purpose. It covers not only those activities which improve job performance but also those activities which improves the personality of an employee.
Answer: It is important to ensure that whatever goes into your body is good for you in order to increase your lifetime and improve your health.Food hygiene also prevents stomach infections and body illnesses. It is also a way to fight other diseases that make the body weak. It provides the body with the necessary vitamins to keep the body strong and immune.
Answer: If you are dirty or have germs on you (even though you always do), it can be transfered to the food you are cooking, packaging, etc. and many other people can get it. Although it is harder to get sick from food transfer (because it goes through the stomach), you can still become very ill.
Answer: (in the US) At the very least a license from the Health Department. Then you would have to check the zoning, business, and vendor laws of the jurisdiction in which you live orr wish to do business.
Answer: Personally, I would put cars in the category of Goods, but if forced to choose between your choices I would say material resource. Energy resources would be coal, crude oil, natural gas, wind, solar, etc.