Holiday gatherings are full of friends, family, coworkers and good food. Unfortunately, food poisoning tends to occur in places where many people are served meals together – like potlucks, big family dinners, catered events and residence halls. Knowing the basics of food safety can help keep you healthy and ready to enjoy the holidays.
Thoroughly wash hands, surfaces and utensils with soap and warm water before and after handling your turkey. Use disinfectant wipes or spray on surfaces that may come into contact with food. Don’t use the same dishes or utensils for cooked food that were used with your raw turkey until they have been washed with soap and water.
It’s been a challenging year navigating events in a post-COVID world. As your premier event medical services partner, Any1Health keeps current on local and national public health, policy and best practices. As a result, we have updated our services to help our clients hold safe and healthy events in this new era.
The COVID19 pandemic exposed new risks to the health and safety management of events. While the worst of it is behind us, event planners must be vigilant and have health considerations accounted for. Here are five tips when planning an event in 2023.
Any1Health is honored to announce a partnership with Korean Kids and Orphanage Outreach Mission (KKOOM). As the first partnership of its kind, Any1Health will provide ongoing funding to provide Korean children with the educational and developmental support needed to help them thrive and succeed.
Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, travel and large-scale events are resuming. However, mass COVID testing is decreasing in this new era of vaccines, leaving meeting organizers and companies to decide how to safely run their event – often without the assistance of health experts. Ever-changing recommendations and local considerations can contribute to the challenge of hosting a safe, low-risk event.