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Building a National Competency-Based Learning System for Food Officials
Building a National  Competency-Based  Learning System  for Food Officials

The competency framework process can be advantageous to task analysis for new jobs…or jobs that require mostly cognitive functions to complete.

In Whom Should We Trust? Case in Point: Red and Processed Meats
In Whom Should We Trust? Case in Point: Red and Processed Meats

The International Agency for Research on Cancer has declared red and processed meats to be probable human carcinogens.

 

NEHA Credential Creates a Professional Pathway for Food Safety Auditors
NEHA Credential Creates a Professional Pathway for Food Safety Auditors

Addressing the challenges that the food industry faces regarding the training of auditors is an urgent matter.

Articles

FSM eDigest
Allergens & Cross-Contamination: Education vs. Ignorance
By Danielle M. Gleason, C.H.E., C.S.C.
Allergens & Cross-Contamination: Education vs. Ignorance
FSM eDigest
Guidance to FSMA Compliance
By Kathy Hardee, Esq.
Guidance to FSMA Compliance
FSM eDigest
Three Easy Ways to Assure Prospects and Customers Your Food is Safe
By Joy Gendusa
Three Easy Ways to Assure Prospects and Customers Your Food is Safe
FSM eDigest
Social License: What It Means for Food SafetyWhat It Means for Food Safety
By Sylvain Charlebois and Brian Sterling
Social License: What It Means for Food Safety
Blog
Food Company Proprietary Information: A Target for Cyber-based Adversaries
By Robert A. Norton, Ph.D.
Food Company Proprietary Information: A Target for Cyber-based Adversaries
FSM eDigest
The Post Foods Cases: When ‘Natural’ Means Stay
By Amy Lally, Esq., and Yasmine Agelidis
The Post Foods Cases: When ‘Natural’ Means Stay
FSM eDigest
The Ten Commandments of Food Defense
By Robert A. Norton, Ph.D.
The Ten Commandments of Food Defense
Process Control
Allergen Management: A Personal and Professional Perspective
By By Michael Cramer, CQA
Allergen Management:  A Personal and Professional Perspective
EFFICIENCY
Reaching Effectiveness and Efficiency in Your Sanitation Cycle
By Ted Curry
Reaching Effectiveness  and Efficiency in Your Sanitation Cycle
Testing
Utilization of Automation in the Contemporary Food Testing Laboratory
By Tom Vennard
Utilization of Automation in the Contemporary Food Testing Laboratory
Management
Proactive Reputation Management
By Daniel Diermeier, Ph.D.
Proactive Reputation Management
Pest Control
Integrating Pest Management Procedures to Protect Food Safety
By Jim Fredericks, Ph.D., and Cindy Mannes
Integrating Pest Management Procedures to Protect Food Safety
Packaging
Increasing Expanded Polystyrene Recycling to the Curbside Level
By Sean O’Keefe
Increasing Expanded Polystyrene Recycling to the Curbside Level
Sanitation
Potential Applications of N-Halamines in Food Production, Processing and Packaging for Improving Food Safety
By Mingyu Qiao & Tung-Shi Huang, Ph.D.
Potential Applications of N-Halamines in Food Production, Processing and Packaging for Improving  Food Safety
FSM eDigest
Strengthening Food Safety Culture
By Lone Jespersen, M.Sc.
Strengthening Food Safety Culture