Food Safety

2017 Consumer Food Safety Education Conference

2017 Consumer Food Safety Education Conference, "Advancing Food Safety Through Behavior Change"

January 25-27, 2017, Washington, DC

The 2017 Consumer Food Safety Education Conference will focus on behavior change–the heart of improving food safety practices at home and at work. The sixth in a series of conferences on food safety education, the event is expected to draw more than 400 professionals from a variety of backgrounds.

Food Security, Food Safety and Climate Change

Food Security, Food Safety and Climate Change

Climate Change has a direct impact on food safety and security. NEHA offers a variety of courses and trainings to help ensure people are ready to deal with food crises related to food safety. Additionally, the Journal of Environmental Health has a number of peer-reviewed articles pertaining to the state of food safety and climate

Additional Resources

Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety (CCFS) Credential Review Course

The CCFS is a strong core credential for food safety professionals interested in participating in the oversight of human food production, processing, and manufacturing for the US consumer. The CCFS provides a strong foundation in hazard identification and risk assessment, introduces preventive controls concepts in conjunction with other hazard mitigation tools and strategies, and outlines the requirements necessary to verify food safety systems are operating as intended.

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