NEHA offers training prep for FSMA changes

By Joseph James Whitworth

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NEHA organises food safety training

Related tags Food safety Hazard analysis and critical control points

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) is offering two training courses to prepare food safety professionals for changes as part of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

The courses are offered as part of the Food Safety Consortium in November in Illinois.

They are designed to help candidates achieve food safety credentials over two days of training.

Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety (CCFS) was designed for those looking to progress in the manufacturing and processing food safety sector, in a regulatory/oversight role or in a food safety management or compliance position within the private sector.

Certified Professional – Food Safety (CP-FS) credential is designed for people in the retail food environment, whose primary responsibility is the protection and safety of food. It integrates food microbiology, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) principles, and regulatory requirements.

Exams for the CP-FS and CCFS credentials may be taken onsite November 21 if applications, eligibility requirements, and exam fee are submitted to NEHA by October 21.

Applicants also can take the credential exam review courses and test at a later date at a Pearson Vue testing center.

For more information and to register for the courses at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center in Schaumburg on November 19-20 go to

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