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Training for Restoration Planning: How to develop a Recovery Plan for Food Processors after an Intentional Contamination Event

Principal Investigator: 
Mark Cosby
Food processors are well versed in the aspects of preparedness, prevention, and response to contamination and product recalls through Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) training, and interactions with federal, state, and local regulatory...

NCFPD Center of Excellence Food Protection Education Portal - Phase I

Principal Investigator: 
Craig Hedberg
There is a large and growing volume of food protection education and training material available to meet the increasing demand from government, industry, and public audiences. NCFPD can advance food protection education nation-wide by integrating resources from three projects, Food Protection...

Assessment of Industry Use of Best Practices for Food Security

Principal Investigator: 
Fred Shank
The goal of this project was to compile, analyze, and assess current guidance and recommendations pertaining to best food defense practices with regard to intentional attack on the food supply, and generate an educational tool to help individuals in the food industry, particularly small and medium-...

Conversion of Curriculum for Food Safety and Food Defense Certificate from In-Class Delivery to Distance Learning Format

Principal Investigator: 
Craig Hedberg
The overall goal of this project is to make educational programs for Food Defense more widely available to health professionals, food regulatory officials and food defense specialists in industry. Our objective is to convert the food defense courses currently offered through the PHI into a distance...

The Risk Communication Message: A Case Study Approach

Principal Investigator: 
Paul DeVito
The vulnerability of our food sources to terrorist attack is quite high in that there exists a long farm-to-fork supply chain with many points where intentional contamination can take place. Over the last 15 months, Saint Josephs University has conducted two regional tabletop exercises involving...

Assessing Lessons Learned from Food Recall Case Studies

Principal Investigator: 
Dale Brandenburg
Limited research has examined the effectiveness of risk communication training, and unfortunately, little associated research has examined the long-term effectiveness of emergency and disaster preparedness in general. Organizations expect returns for their training dollars especially for important...

Conversion of the Academic CMS to a Web-Enabled Version for Academic Use

Principal Investigator: 
Susan Harlander
There is significant concern about the ability of government and industry to efficiently and effectively recognize and respond to intentional bioterrorist attacks on the food supply that could result in catastrophic economic or human health consequences. The systems employed for safeguarding the...


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