Food Safety

Evaluating the Impact of Food Safety Training: A Look at the Self-Analysis for Food Excellence Program

Abstract

Understanding basic food safety is essential to preparing and serving safe food. The Self-Analysis for Food Excellence (SAFE) program was developed to promote food safety and improve restaurant sanitation scores in Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee. SAFE is a food safety training program emphasizing high-risk food practices from receiving to service. The program was offered to restaurants that had performed poorly on routine food service inspections. Restaurant management and key personnel were encouraged to participate in SAFE.

Using Data to Predict Non-Compliance

 

Tue, Feb 16, 2021 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM MST. This is a virtual event.

Ensuring the health and safety of the public requires more than just reacting to non-compliances, it requires a good preventative strategy. With trend reporting and analysis, you can discover common violations and problem areas so you can help your providers anticipate and avoid non-compliances before they occur.

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