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Food Safety Risk Analysis Training - Summer 2014 - Come See Our Nation's Capital

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The increasing emphasis on risk-based decision making and the increasingly global nature of the food supply have resulted in the use of risk analysis to systematically address food safety issues worldwide. This has created a need to educate food safety and other public health professionals about the principles of food safety risk analysis and the tools and techniques required to apply this approach.

JIFSAN offers in classroom, online and both on and off-site customized training courses that meet your professional needs.

To inquire about how JIFSAN can help meet your training goals please contact Bill Bohlayer at wpb@umd.edu.

What you will learn

  • Know and understand the terminology of food safety risk analysis and risk analysis in general
  • Understand how food safety and other health decisions are made utilizing risk analysis
  • Know systematic approaches, tools and techniques to address specific food safety problems
  • Have the knowledge to participate in the risk management decision process
  • Understand how to communicate effectively about risk with peers, managers, and stakeholders

Courses

  • Online (courses taught completely online):
  • Food Safety Risk Analysis Online Courses
  1. Overview of Risk Analysis
  2. Risk Management
  3. Risk Assessment
  4. Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessment

 

  • In-Class (Maryland, USA):
  • Food Safety Risk Analysis Training Program
  1. Overview of Risk Analysis
  2. Risk Management
  3. Risk Assessment
  4. Introduction to Risk Communication
  5. Risk Communication
  6. Quantitative Risk Assessment
  7. Introduction to Quantitative Risk Assessment
  8. Advanced Quantitative Risk Assessment
  • Other Specialized JIFSAN Training Opportunities:

Our Program

The JIFSAN Food Safety Risk Analysis Training Program was created in 1997 to meet the demand of regulatory and scientific communities within the different federal food safety agencies in United States in the area of food safety and risk analysis.

As the language, tools, and techniques of risk analysis advance and become more widely adopted, professionals across a broad spectrum of fields seek to develop this proficiency, and therefore since its development, JIFSAN Risk Analysis courses have trained over 1,000 professionals across the globe.

The JIFSAN Food Safety Risk Analysis Training Program intends to meet the needs of federal agencies, ministries, state and provincial governments, academics, industry, trade and consumer groups, and economic, legislative and legal professionals.

JIFSAN offers in classroom, online and customized training courses that meet your professional needs.

To inquire about how JIFSAN can help meet your training goals please contact Bill Bohlayer at wpb@umd.edu.