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State of the Art Approach to Food Safety
Texas Food Safety Manager
Texas Food Handler
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TABC Certification + Texas Food Handler All Counties
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Indiana Food Handler
Indiana Convenience Store Operator Essentials
Sample Food Safety Course Descriptions
Texas Food Safety Manager Certification Examination + Prep Course
The Food Safety Manager Certification Examination & Prep Course is a food safety package which includes the Manager Training preparation course and the TDSHS approved Food Protection Management Exam. When the student passes the exam an electronic certificate will be available for print.
What is food safety?
It is many things ... but mainly it includes procedures that protect the general public from the spread of foodborne illnesses. The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) gives the FDA not only oversight into food production, but also the power to recall food. The Act has also concentrates more on preventing foodborne illness outbreaks.
HACCP Food Safety Course
The purpose of HACCP is to stop, control, and prevent food safety problems. HACCP is a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis & control of hazards from raw material production including
and then the finished product
Our goal for you in this course is for you to become an outstanding HACCP student and role model in the food safety industry.
Indiana Food Handler Learn2Serve Food Safety Management Principals -
This course supports all those who are preparing for certification as a Food Safety Manager. This certification, which is accredited in the United States of America by the Conference for Food Protection and the American National Standards Institute, is a benchmark for the food industry and part of a global standard in food safety education. This course covers food safety issues, regulations, and techniques to maintain a food-safe environment. It will help you to better understand how handling food correctly is not only the law, but it improves safety and lowers cost as well.
Texas Food Handler's Safety -
This course is a basic review of food safety practices for food service employees. This course is recommended for all food industry employees, which can assist employees implement safe food handling practices at their food establishment. The Texas Counties and local city authorities listed below recognize and have approved this Learn2serve.com Food Handler's Course. All students must present their completion certificate to their local health authority and must pay the required fees associated with registration at their local authority. The course fees do not cover the any fees associated with your local health department.
Excerpts from current news on food safety:
Common Foodborne Bacteria Might Be ‘Trigger’ For Multiple Sclerosis
By Dan Flynn | January 30, 2014
Might it have been something they ate?
Race car driver Trevor Bayne, television personality Montel Williams, and Ann Romney are but a few of the celebrities among 400,000 Americans who were struck with multiple sclerosis in the prime of life. Most when diagnosed are 20 to 50 years old. Until now, why anyone contracted MS was a mystery. Now that mystery may be on its way to being solved.
More clues have emerged that MS may be triggered by the epsilon toxin produced by Clostridium perfrigens, the spore-causing bacterium that is a common cause of foodborne illness in the United States. Additional evidence that MS is triggered by this toxin produced by a common foodborne bacterium was presented by Weill Cornell Medical College researchers at the 2014 ASM Biodefense and Emerging Disease Research meeting held earlier this week in Washington, D.C.
Two Cases of Rare Salmonella Detected in Oregon
By News Desk | January 30, 2014
One Oregonian has tested positive for a rare strain of Salmonella known as Salmonella overschie, according to the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division.
The first patient was a 28-year-old Coos County woman who fell ill in December. The second case was with a minor in Lane County, which is separated from Coos County by Douglas County.
The two patients developed their symptoms eight days apart. The state health department investigated the possible source of contamination, but couldn’t determine one before ending the investigation.
Food Safety Manager Certification, Food handler, HACCP
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Georgia Ga. GA
Hawaii Hawaii HI
Idaho Idaho ID
Illinois Ill. IL
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Kentucky Ky. KY
Louisiana La. LA
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Maryland Md. MD
Massachusetts Mass. MA
Michigan Mich. MI
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Mississippi Miss. MS
Missouri Mo. MO
Montana Mont. MT
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