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Food safety certification regulations in the United States and engaging food service workers in behavioral-change partnerships.

If you enjoyed these JEH food safety articles, the following compilation of articles may be of interest:

Best of Food

NEHA (2001)

Best of Food provides important information on a variety of food protection and safety issues from A (e.g., Aeromonas) to Z (e.g., Zoonoses). This compilation from NEHA's peer-reviewed and widely respected Journal of Environmental Health consists of over 25 practical articles, all pertaining to the field of food protection and safety.

155 pages, softcover. Member: $39.95. Nonmember: $49.95. Catalog #1010.

In need of food safety training material? Turn to NEHA Training LLC! The following books can be ordered from NEHA Training through the Web or by phone. See contact information at the end of each entry.

Food Safety Management Principles, Second Edition

NEHA Training (2004)

NEHA Training's most popular publication is now even better with this second edition. Based on the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) 2001 Food Code, this concise and brightly illustrated student textbook successfully prepares candidates to pass any nationally accredited food safety manager certification exam. Written at the eighth-grade reading level and affordably priced, it is ideal for teaching managers what they need to know to become certified and skilled at their jobs.

New in this edition are

* chapter quizzes and activities,

* international food safety icons, and

* information from the 2003 FDA supplement to the 2001 Food Code.

Based on a job task analysis for food safety managers and Conference for Food Protection/ANSI recommendations, Food Safety Management Principles presents all the essential principles of microbiological and technical food safety in a way that is easy to read, understand, and retain.

68 pages, softcover. Available in Spanish.

To order Food Safety Management Principles, visit http://www.nehatraining.com/products/fsmp.htm or contact NEHA Training by phone at (303) 756-9090, extension 347.

Food Safety First Principles

NEHA Training (2002)

Concise, brightly illustrated, and written at the eighth-grade reading level, this student textbook has proven to be an effective tool in the workplace. Food Safety First Principles gives food handlers access to essential knowledge and understanding of fundamental food safety practices that they need to carry out their work safely.

This book is designed for anyone

* preparing for employment in the food industry;

* participating in employee orientation food safety programs;

* undertaking refresher training;

* required by state or local jurisdictions to obtain employee-level (food handler) training; and

* preparing food in a home, a school, or a college.

Food Safety First Principles is based on the 1999 FDA Food Code. It presents all the essential microbiological and technical food safety principles in a way that is easy to read, understand, and retain.

48 pages, softcover.

To order Food Safety First Principles, visit http://www.nehatraining.com/products/fsfp.htm or contact NEHA Training by phone at (303) 756-9090, extension 347.

Library Corner is designed to supplement the articles in each issue by describing additional information resources pertaining to featured topics. If a particular Journal article piques your interest, check the Library Corner--more information may be available. For your convenience, the sources cited in Library Corner will be available for purchase through NEHA.
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Date:May 1, 2004
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