Sometimes it is worth stating the obvious......sorry if this sounds like it is just that..... the obvious! Nonetheless, there must be those suitably correct degrees and standards of hygiene in place for handling all food albeit raw food, or not - surely that is a given.
When we handle raw food with the intention of cooking and eating the food ourselves, the greater 'risk' to us is during storage and preparation of the raw food; in other words the pre-ingestion stage! Our responsibility lies with ensuring the raw food is cooked correctly, along with thoroughly cleaning the storage and preparation areas appropriately.
When we handle raw food with the intention of feeding the food to our dogs, then in addition to those 'risks' (of storage and preparation of raw food), there are further important and relevant 'risks' to ourselves and others when the dog is actually in the process of eating raw food (the ingestion stage) and of course after the dog has eaten raw food.
And if your dog is possibly one to always eat every raw meal in the same place and always from a dog's bowl then any associated 'risk' is naturally lessened.....However, in reality, dogs thoroughly enjoy dragging along and chomping down on their raw food. [I've known many to enjoy a raw rack of lamb bones in this way!!] And hand-in-hand with that method of feeding come the associated and necessary responsibilities.
This is one of many reasons why feeding a dog raw food must surely absolutely be an individual choice.