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Training and Recall Response (I-FIIT_RR)


Industry - Foodborne Illness Investigation Training and Recall Response (I-FIIT-RR)

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NEHA Approved CE Credits - 6.0


What is I-FIIT-RR?

  • I-FIIT-RR aims to assist industry in producing a more rapid, efficient, and effective response to foodborne illness incidents and food recalls.
     

  • Designed to build improved relationships and open lines of communication between the retail food industry and local food regulatory agencies.
     

  • Identifies industry’s role in reducing the individual and economic impact of foodborne illness.
     

  • Identifies the steps in recall and outbreak response and identifies roles and responsibilities before, during, and after a potential incident.
     

  • Identifies control measures based on model practices that rapidly and effectively prevent further transmission of illness.
     

  • I-FIIT-RR is available for online viewing or can be hosted as a one day face-to-face workshop.
     


 

Host a LIVE Workshop

  • There are a variety of ways a company or association can host a self-funded workshop. Please inquire (link to Elizabeth).
     

  • Workshops can be tailored to focus on a specific facility, and/or specific local/state procedures
     

  • Workshops are a one day training for up to 35 industry attendees
     

  • NEHA will provide all coordination, registration, workshop materials and Instructor
     

  • Approved for NEHA Continuing Education

 



 

I-FIIT-RR Audience:IFIIT-RR
 

  • Retail food store/food service establishment staff
     

  • Single unit to large chains
     

  • Mid-level manager & above (recommended)
     

  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control, Chefs, Managers, etc

     

 


 

I-FIIT-RR Modules:

  • Building a Partnership: Who & Why?
     

  • Recall Response
     

  • Recognizing a Foodborne Illness Outbreak
     

  • Environmental Assessment
     

  • Control Measures & Epidemiologic Investigation
     

  • Collecting Samples & Laboratory Testing
     

  • Recovery/Concluding Actions

     


 

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This free workshop can help a business of any size -- from mom-and-pop restaurants to workplace cafeterias -- develop best practices to prevent foodborne illness, benefit from strong relationships with regulatory partners, and create response plans in the event of illness outbreaks, customer or product complaints, and food recalls.

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