CFOI Brochure

Set yourself apart as an expert in food outbreak investigations. The National Environmental Health Association’s (NEHA) Certified Foodborne Outbreak Investigator (CFOI) credential is a mark of distinction that raises your professional credibility with your employer, colleagues, and the community. The Frontline of Foodborne Outbreak Investigation A CFOI credential holder uses investigative principles and food safety knowledge in collaboration with outbreak response partners to assess foodborne illness risks, performs environmental assessments, and identifies contributing factors and antecedents. CFOI credential holders are instrumental in implementing control measures to prevent the spread of foodborne illness and protect the public. Local and national agencies and organizations look to these investigators for guidance and leadership in the event of an outbreak. A CFOI credential is a mark of distinction that raises your professional credibility with your employer, colleagues, and the community. CFOI credential holders are instrumental in implementing control measures to prevent the spread of foodborne illness and protect the public. Commit to Excellence Today!

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