Joint education conference held at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada.
"It was evident that they are teachers of food safety."
Attend this conference and NEHA members can earn 13.25 CEUs.
The Consumer Food Safety Education Conference (CFSEC 2019) will be held March 6-8, 2019 at the Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, FL. Please join us for an exceptional opportunity to advance your mission of affecting behavior change, and finding better ways to engage everyone in modeling proper food preparation and hygiene practices.
The objective of this medical symposium is to raise awareness and to work with the medical community to understand the nature and scope of potential health effects of Colorado’s oil and gas development. We also aim to create a space that will foster networking among medical professionals and researchers around this topic.
Informative and stimulating seminars, featuring expert speakers covering a wide range of Environmental and Public Health topics; Introduction to a multitude of new and existing technologies, products, and services; Networking opportunities with local, state, and national Public Health professionals.
Start: Sunday, March 03, 2019
End: Tuesday, March 05, 2019
Location: Tropicana Resort and Casino, Atlantic City, NJ
Illinois Environmental Health Association central chapter conference at the ISU Alumni Center
Illinois Environmental Health Association North Chapter Conference at Elgin Community College.
The Georgia Environmental Health Association (GEHA) invites anyone interested in environmental health to attend our 2019 Annual Education Conference (AEC) happening June 12-14, 2019, at the Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort, located within Stone Mountain Park. GEHA looks forward to its members and guests coming to this popular location just outside the metro-Atlanta area for a great educational event and lots of networking, fun and fellowship!
NEHA is excited to announce a new project studying the variance in restaurant inspection scores. Food safety in restaurants is a popular topic discussed among environmental health food safety experts. To learn more about this project, opportunities for collaboration and involvement from health departments, we invite you to explore our page.
Kaylan Celestin is a Public Health Associate for the Centers for Disease Control. She is assigned to work at the National Environmental Health Association. Kaylan is working with Dr. Harlan Stueven, executive director and founder of Dining Safety Alliance. NEHA has a partnership with Dining Safety Alliance to study the variance in restaurant inspection scores. NEHA's partnering with Dining Safety Alliance to understand where and why there is variation in restaurant inspection scores across jurisdictions. There are partner organizations working in this topic area as well, including, City Health and University of Minnesota School of Public Health.
Disclaimer: NEHA recognizes that restaurant grading isn't necessarily utilized across the U.S. Yet. it is reported that Restaurants in the United States are regularly inspected by health departments, but few data exist regarding the effect of restaurant inspections on food safety (1). By studying the variance in restaurant inspection scores across jurisdictions, it will unveil the need for uniformity and awareness of the implications to the public's health.
Share your views on Restaurant Inspection Scoring
We are in the foundational phase of this project and are looking for your expertise. Your feedback is valuable in making this project a success!
Please complete this 5-minute online form:
Inforgraphic: Impact of Foodborne Illnesses at Restaurants
Provided by Dining Safety Alliance
Additional Resources to Explore
- City Health’s assessment of restaurant inspection policies.
- Food Safety News: Letter grades for restaurants helped reduce Salmonella illnesses in New York City.
Please contact Kaylan Celestin, Project Specialist, if you have further questions at email@example.com.
Confirmed speakers include: Dr. David Dyjack, NEHA; Mr. Mario Seminara, FDA Regional Food Safety Specialist; Ms. Mackenzie Tewell, Arizona Department of Health Services; and Mr. John Townsend, Maricopa County Vector Control.
Topics include hazardous waste; Hep-A outbreak; recycling and food safety.
More speakers and topics to be added!