Learn about the JIFSAN professional development training program. We offer courses in food safety risk analysis for food safety professionals. Some of topics include coverage of risk management techniques, fundamental risk communication skills, and qualitative and quantitative methods, among others.
The aim of FoodRisk.org is to assist professionals involved with the many aspects of risk analysis as it pertains to the safety of our food. On FoodRisk.org, you will find unique datasets, tutorials, tools, and links to numerous sources of information. Check out our new look and updated links database search featuring an updated United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agricultural Library (NAL) thesaurus structure, exclusive materials, and tools and resources. Also, check back for our new tool, the Risk Assessment Repository, sometime next month!
For 2014 JIFSAN has the pleasure to support the course tuition for the Quantitative track for one qualified applicant.
We are very happy to welcome Mr. Bill Bohlayer as the new Coordinator of the Risk Analysis Program.
JIFSAN is proud to partner with EpiX Analytics to bring you a world class training program. The Quantitative and Advanced Quantitative Risk Assessment Training courses will be offered in the Fall of 2013 in College Park, MD.
University of Maryland’s JIFSAN food safety training programs are highlighted in the recently released FDA’s International Food Safety Capacity building plan.
Food Safety Modernization Act Section 305 (February 2013)
World Health Organization - http://www.who.int
iRisk is a new web-based comparative risk assessment tool (webinar also available).