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Issue Number: Council II 023
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Report - Food Protection Manager Certification Committee (FPMCC)
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Please acknowledge the final report and thank the 2014-2016 Food Protection Manager Certification Committee (FPMCC) members for their effort in addressing the charges from the 2014 Biennial Meeting of the Conference for Food Protection.
Public Health Significance
Food establishments have fewer critical risk factors according to the CDC as stated in the endorsement letter to the Conference for Food Protection (dated April 5, 2006, and referenced on the Conference website) when food establishments employ managers who have a Food Protection Manager Certification in accordance with the Conference for Food Protection's Standards.
Recommended Solution: The Conference recommends...
acknowledging the Food Protection Manager Certification Committee (FPMCC) final report with attachments, and extending thanks to the Committee members for their work.
The Conference further recommends that the FPMCC continue its work on unfinished Issues from the 2014 Biennial Meeting, including:
1. Issue II-012 - Continue work with the CFP Executive Board and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-CFP Accreditation Committee (ACAC) to maintain the Standards for Accreditation of Food Protection Manager Certification Programs in an up-to-date format; including, but not limited to, recommending language for items that could be made less prescriptive without a negative effect on security.
2. Issue II-015 - Determining the process and requirements for potential acceptance of the International Organization for Standardization/ International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 17024-2012 for food protection manager certification as an additional option to and without impact on the existing CFP Standards for Accreditation of Food Protection Manger Certification Programs, with the input of standards development expertise from American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
3. Report back its findings and recommendations to the Executive Board and the 2018 Biennial Meeting of the Conference for Food Protection.
|Name||Jeff Hawley, Chair|
|Organization||Food Protection Manager Certification Committee|
Harris Teeter, LLC
701 Crestdale Rd
Matthews, NC 28105