NCAEHA Spring Educational Conference
If you develop, process, distribute, or sell food for a living, it is crucial to have an understanding of the following food microbiology topics: -Which pathogens are most likely to cause trouble; -When and why they threaten product and customer safety; and, -How to best manage and control the risks posed by these organisms. This two-day Practical Food Microbiology course covers all of these subjects and much more! Our team of expert instructors will take you step-by-step through the science and practice of food safety microbiology.
Do you work in a plant that packs and thermally processes low-acid foods and acidified foods in hermetically sealed containers? Could your canned food products be vulnerable to contamination? Better Process Control School provides the training you need to comply with federal regulations, reduce your susceptibility, and minimize your liability.
Hosted at the Grantree Hotel in Bozeman. This is the annual joint educational conference between the Montana Environmental Health Association and the Montana Public Health Association.
The NEHA Business and Industry Affiliate (BIA) is an affiliate of the National Environmental Health Association that works to enhance environmental health knowledge through collaboration amongst business/industry, academia, and regulatory partners. Membership to NEHA BIA is open to all persons, businesses, and organizations who work in or support the environmental health profession.
To learn more, click on https://nehabia.org
NEHA BIA Webinar Series
In partnership with NEHA, the NEHA BIA hosts a webinar on a quarterly basis. All previously held webinars are listed below:
NEHA BIA presented a panel of experts from academia, regulatory partners, and the food service industry professionals to review the threat of Norovirus in the restaurant and how critical it is to quickly and effectively respond to an emetic event, including clean up and disinfection. Click here to access the recording.
NEHA BIA brought together a panel of experts to discuss the science and art of handling boil water events. This webinar features information on a study done by the Water Quality Research Foundation on boil water notices, experiences of a regulator who participated in the City of Austin Boil Water event that lasted six days, and the insights from industry professionals on what it means to deal with boil water advisory procedures in a retail food establishment. Click here to access the recording.