Food Safety

Certified Professional-Food Safety Manual

The go-to resource for students of food safety and industry professionals

  • Hundreds of pages of new content to help candidates prepare for the current CP-FS exam
  • Updated to the 2013 Food Code
  • An integral part of Integrated Food Safety System (IFSS) body of knowledge
  • Includes new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requirements
  • Full-color photographs and illustrations throughout Certified Professional–Food Safety (CP-FS)
  • Now Availabe as iBook (for Mac / iPad) 

NEHA’s Certified Professional–Food Safety manual was developed by experts from across the various food safety disciplines to help candidates prepare for the updated CP-FS credential examination. This 360-page manual contains science-based, in-depth information about:

  •  Causes and prevention of foodborne illness
  •  HACCP plans and active managerial control
  •  Cleaning and sanitizing
  •  Pest control
  •  Risk-based inspections
  •  Sampling food for laboratory analysis
  •  Food defense
  •  Responding to food emergencies and foodborne illness outbreaks
  •  Conducting facility plan reviews
  •  Legal aspects of food safety

 

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Publication Information:
Certified Professional-Food Safety (CP-FS) Manual (Third Edition)
National Environmental Health Association (2014)
358 pages, spiral-bound paperback.

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Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety Manual

NEW! NEHA is proud to offer the Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety (CCFS) Manual — developed by industry professionals to help prepare candidates for NEHA’s new CCFS credential exam.

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has recast the food safety landscape, including the role of the food safety professional. To position this field for the future, the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) is proud to announce its newest credential — Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety (CCFS). 

The CCFS is a mid-level credential for food safety professionals. A professional that earns the CCFS credential will demonstrate expertise in how to assure food is safe for consumers throughout the manufacturing/processing environment. 

The CCFS credential can be utilized by anyone wanting to continue a growth path in the food safety sector, whether in a regulatory/oversight role or in a food safety management or compliance position within the private sector. The CCFS credential is a mark of distinction for those choosing a career in as a food safety professional in the manufacturing and processing areas. 

Purchase Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety (CCFS) Manual

Publication Information: 
Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety (CCFS) Manual
National Environmental Health Association (2014)
356 pages, spiral-bound paperback.

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CIFOR Toolkit for the Guidelines for Foodborne Disease Outbreak Response

CIFOR is pleased to announce the release of the Second Edition of the Toolkit for the Guidelines for Foodborne Disease Outbreak Response.  NEHA is an active member of CIFOR and we provide promotional assistance for CIFOR such resources that are of benefit to Eh and our members. 

New! Second Edition of the CIFOR Toolkit for the Guidelines for Foodborne Disease Outbreak Response

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