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Issue Number: Council II 001
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Report – Employee Food Safety Training (EFST) Committee
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The Conference for Food Protection (CFP) Employee Food Safety Training Committee seeks Council II's acknowledgment of the committee's final report.
Public Health Significance
The 2014 Biennial Meeting established the Employee Food Safety Training (EFST) Committee to identify the core food safety learning that is common to all food handlers no matter what their assignment in a food establishment. The 2014 - 2016 EFST Committee completed part of its charge by identifying the seven key competency areas. The 2016 Biennial Meeting re-created the EFST Committee to continue work to identify what a food handler should know about food safety, prioritized by risk and to develop a guidance document. The 2016 - 2018 EFST Committee has completed its charges
Recommended Solution: The Conference recommends...
acknowledgement of the 2016 - 2018 Employee Food Safety Training Committee Final Report, thanking the committee members for the completed work, and disbanding the committee because all assigned charges have been completed.
The Conference further recommends forming a new Employee Food Safety Training Committee at the 2022 Biennial Meeting to review the Employee Food Safety Training Guidance Document for possible updates
- "Committee Member Roster" (1) (2018)
- "2016-2018 Employee Food Safety Training Committee Final Report" (Original) (2) (2018)
- "Employee Food Safety Training Guidance Document" (3) (2018)
- "Task-1-deliverable-topics-final" (4) (2016)