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NEHA Training's Food Safety Management Principles--2nd Edition receives highest rating.

NEHA, in cooperation with the CDC Division of Adolescent and School Health, has recruited experienced environmental health professionals to review a continually updated and current inventory of food safety resources and training materials for content, quality, and compatibility with the FDA Food Code. NEHA Training's textbook Food Safety Management Principles--2nd Edition recently received the highest rating given by this review committee. To read the review, go to

Food Safety Management Principles--2nd Edition is NEHA Training's most popular publication. It includes chapter quizzes and activities, the new International Food Safety Icons, and information from the 2003 FDA Supplement to the 2001 Food Code. And, according to a food manager job task analysis, it is ideal for teaching managers what they need to know to become certified and skilled at their jobs. Our registered trainers have reported an increase in exam-passing rates when they use our books and training materials! Most important, the food safety principles in our concise book format are presented in a way that makes it easy for managers and handlers to remember those principles long after they pass the certification exam.

As the Regulator's Choice[TM], we offer a better alternative for food safety manager and food handler training. NEHA Training's books and course materials have been proven to successfully prepare food managers to pass any of the certification exams that are nationally accredited by the Conference for Food Protection and the American National Standards Institute. In addition, NEHA Training registers qualified food safety trainers and provides them with the support and resources they need to deliver high-quality, effective training.

For more information about this textbook and about NEHA Training, visit, or contact a service specialist by phone at (303) 756-9090, extension 340, or by e-mail at
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Title Annotation:NEHA News; National Environmental Health Association
Publication:Journal of Environmental Health
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Sep 1, 2004
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