Join us for a virtual two-part sharing session series, hosted by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) and the Conference for Food Protection (CFP), focused on the results of their 2021 study on factors influencing the implementation of risk-based inspections.
Learning from Local Public Health – A Sharing Session Series in Retail Food Safety
Part 1: Breaking the Barriers to Implementing Risk-Based Inspections in Retail Food Safety
Thursday, May 26 from 2 PM – 3 PM ET
This session will highlight five strategies to overcome barriers to implementing risk-based inspections.
Part 2: A Retrospective Look at How Local Retail Food Regulatory Programs Used Risk Factor Intervention Strategies
Thursday, June 2 from 2 PM – 3 PM ET
This webinar will focus on the use of risk factor intervention strategies within local retail food regulatory programs. Presenters will discuss the findings of the 2021 study which assessed jurisdictions’ use of risk factor interventions, including how they were created, implemented, and evaluated for effectiveness. Attendees will also hear about the successes, challenges, and lessons learned by the regulatory programs interviewed for this study.
Participants will have the opportunity to share their own experiences and ask questions during the Q&A portion of each session. For any questions, please email email@example.com
To learn about the speakers, go to www.naccho.org/blog/articles/learning-from-local-public-health-a-series-of-sharing-sessions-in-retail-food-safety
The 2021 study conducted by NACCHO and CFP aimed to identify, better understand, and assess the application of risk-based inspection methods currently employed by local retail food regulatory programs. It also sought to identify the overarching barriers preventing the application of risk-based inspection methods. Nine jurisdictions were interviewed, and the participants identified 15 barriers to the implementation of risk-based inspection methods. Learn more about the study and its findings at the link below: