This infographic demonstrates how virtual food safety inspections can be a powerful tool for health departments. Learn when virtual retail food safety inspections can be used in place of in-person, the elements needed for a successful virtual inspection, and discover the tools some states have created for retail food establishments to utilize during virtual inspections.
Video testimonials to enhance food safety training at the retail level by helping food employees understand the important role they play in protecting public health.
This document has been designed to depict the interrelationship between organizational food safety culture, food safety management systems (FSMS), and active managerial control (AMC).
This study identified and assessed the implementation of risk factor interventions currently employed by local retail food regulatory programs enrolled in the Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards, with a focus on Standard 9.
This study helps to identify, better understand, and assess the application of RBI methods currently employed by local retail food regulatory programs as well as the overarching barriers preventing the application of RBI methods.
This page contains resources developed by health departments for their Active Managerial Control incentive programs for use by others interested in developing programs in their jurisdictions.
This report outlines the results of the nationwide Active Managerial Control Incentive Programs to Improve Food Safety survey, provides insight into key materials and resources used for AMC, and features details of several successful AMC Incentive Programs offered to retail food establishments by environmental health agencies.
The 2015-2016 Occurrence Report includes findings from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's 10-year study data gathering as well as additional resources such as a factsheet and calls to action for regulators and industry.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Office of Regulatory Affairs' Office of Training Education and Development (OTED) provides free training to state, local and tribal regulatory partners in both online and in-classroom formats.
A collection of videos that help shed a light on the individual impact of foodborne illness and the lives affected.