The National Environmental Health Association’s newest credential is the Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety credential, which was instituted largely as a response of FSMA to educate food safety professionals in the new regulations. Holders of the credential are required to demonstrate expertise in how to assure food is safe for consumers throughout the manufacturing and processing sector. Also, the Certified Professional–Food Safety credential is designed for food safety professionals in both the public and private sectors whose primary responsibility is the protection and safety of food products. The course and exam to earn this credential focuses on topics such as food microbiology, regulatory requirements, and HACCP.
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