In the UK current regulations stipulate that it’s not a requirement to wear gloves when preparing food.
However, gloves may be worn provided they are kept clean and are changed regularly after handling raw foods.
They should always wear gloves if they have a cut or sore on their hands.
Do you need to wear gloves when preparing food?
State law does not require gloves to be worn, but does require that ready-to-eat food be prepared and served without bare hand contact. Wearing disposable sanitary gloves is one of several acceptable ways to comply with this law.
Do Pizza workers have to wear gloves?
There is no law/regulation on using gloves. However, food workers are required to wash their hands. Gloves are just another barrier between the germs on your hands and the food. In my state we are not required to wear gloves for food that will be properly cooked.
When should you not wear gloves?
Wear gloves every time you touch blood, bodily fluids, bodily tissues, mucous membranes, or broken skin. You should wear gloves for this sort of contact, even if a patient seems healthy and has no signs of any germs.
Are Cooks supposed to wear gloves?
And, in fact, it is mandatory by law. The city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene requires cooks to wear protective gloves when handling food that is not to be cooked before serving. In some kitchens I visited, everyone who handled raw food wore gloves; in others, only the dishwashers did.