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TDG Launches New Food Qualification.

In response to the growing importance of food safety and hygiene issues, TDG Safety and Training Services, tel:020 7222 7411, have teamed up with Integer Training to launch the first accredited food handling course for the frozen and chilled supply chain. This new qualification, accredited by the Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene, meets both general food hygiene requirements and legislation relevant to the training of food handlers. No formal training course or qualification recommended by the Institute has existed to date, and the introduction of this new qualification should contribute to increased food safety in the supply chain. The course, open to individuals or businesses within the industry, will take place at TDG's nationwide site network or on-site at company premises. The course, covering the principles of food safety, legal objectives and the monitoring and control of standards, ends in an examination. Participants will be involved in workshops, tasks, discussions and reviews, where they will learn about food safety, consumer protection and the underpinning science in key areas.
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Publication:Food Trade Review
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Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Nov 1, 2000
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