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Upcoming Classes

Online Course Selection Dates Registration Ends
Risk Assessment Online SEP 1 - OCT 23 AUG 24
Qualitative & Quantitative Risk Assessment Online OCT 28 - DEC 18 OCT 21
Classroom Course Selection Dates Registration Ends
One Day Introduction to Risk Communication SEP 24 SEP 17
Global Food Law and Regulation OCT 12-14 OCT 5
Chemical Risk Assessment OCT 15-16 OCT 9
Overview of Risk Analysis NOV 2 OCT 26
Risk Management NOV 3-5 OCT 27
Qualitative Risk Assessment NOV 6, 9-10 OCT 30
Risk Communication NOV 11-13 NOV 4
Quantitative Risk Assessment NOV 16-20 NOV 9

2015 Classroom Course Package Discounts:

Core Program Discount - The Core Track Program includes Overview, Risk Management, Risk Assessment, and Risk Communication. The cost is $4,200 USD or a $310 savings off the regular course pricing.  Discounts will be applied at the verify screen of this online registration process.

Risk Assessment Online

September 1st - October 23rd, 2015
Price: $1320
Registration Deadline: August 24th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Charles Yoe

This is the original flagship course of the JIFSAN food safety risk analysis curriculum. Food Safety Risk Assessment predicts the likelihood of harm resulting from exposure to chemical, microbial and physical agents in the diet. Our 7-week online course introduces the range of risk assessment approaches across a wide spectrum of food safety hazards. This course provides the opportunity for hands-on experience with a wide variety of food safety risk assessment models while working with food safety professionals from around the world.

Introduction to Risk Communication

September 24th, 2015
Price: $550
Registration Deadline: September 17th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. William K. Hallman

This one-day course presents the basic principles of risk communication. Although it is focused in food safety applications, other areas in public health and crisis management can benefit from the basic concepts presented in this course.

Global Food Law and Regulation

October 12th - October 14th, 2015
Price: $1320
Registration Deadline: October 5th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Clare Narrod , Dr. Robert L. Buchanan

Increase demand for safe food by households with rapidly rising incomes, technological improvements in measuring contaminants, and the increased media and consumer attention on the risks of food borne illness. In response, many food retailers and food service firms, particularly in developed countries, have adopted private protocols relating to residues, microbial pathogens, field and pack house operation, and traceability. Historically governments have responded with voluntary and occasional mandatory food safety programs yet with extensive changes in demand and increase reliance of products coming from abroad many countries like the US, Canada, EU are revamping their food safety approaches and laws to trying to prevent crisis.

Chemical Risk Assessment

October 15th - October 16th, 2015
Price: $1000
Registration Deadline: October 9th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Michael P. Bolger

This two day course provides a general overview of foodborne chemicals, how they are regulated, dietary consumption and human exposure in foods, and how chemical safety and chemical risk assessments are conducted and by state, federal and international organizations (USFDA, USDA, USEPA, CDC, California, EFSA, and WHO).

Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessment Online

October 28th - December 18th, 2015
Price: $1320
Registration Deadline: October 21st, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Charles Yoe

All food safety risk assessment models make extensive usage of qualitative and quantitative risk assessment tools, techniques and topics. This course introduces and explores some of the more useful topics, tools and techniques used by risk assessors. Joining with food safety professionals from around the world in group exercises you will gain hands-on experience with many of these methods.

Overview of Risk Analysis

November 2nd, 2015
Price: $550
Registration Deadline: October 26th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Charles Yoe

This one day course pulls together the basic principles of risk assessment, risk management, and risk communication. The target audience is newer members of the risk analysis community.

Risk Management

November 3rd - November 5th, 2015
Price: $1320
Registration Deadline: October 27th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Charles Yoe

Risk Management in the context of food safety is the process of weighing policy alternatives to control risks as effectively as possible. Risk managers are the decision makers. Success in risk management means arriving at practical and useful solutions to problems that are often plagued by uncertainty. Risk managers begin and end all risk analysis activities, they are responsible for the risk analysis process.

Qualitative Risk Assessment

November 6th - November 10th, 2015
Price: $1320
Registration Deadline: October 30th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Charles Yoe

This is the original flagship course of the JIFSAN food safety risk analysis curriculum. Food Safety Risk Assessment predicts the likelihood of harm resulting from exposure to chemical, microbial and physical agents in the diet. Our 3-day in classroom course introduces the range of risk assessment approaches across a wide spectrum of food safety hazards, providing hands-on experience with both qualitative and quantitative techniques.

Risk Communication

November 11th - November 13th, 2015
Price: $1320
Registration Deadline: November 4th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. William K. Hallman

Risk Communication is the interactive exchange of information and opinions about hazards and risks, risk-related factors and risk perception. This 3-day in classroom course presents the basics of risk communication as it is practiced in the U.S.A. with applications to food safety.

Quantitative Risk Assessment for Food Safety

November 16th - November 20th, 2015
Price: $2995
Registration Deadline: November 9th, 2015
Instructor: Mr. Greg Paoli

Quantitative Risk Assessment teaches participants the basics of building and understanding quantitative risk assessment models and provides participants with the opportunity to develop, scrutinize and present Monte Carlo simulation models.