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Set the Table: Improving Restaurant Food Safety Through Science and Practice
Join us Tuesday, September 13, 1:00–2:00 p.m. ET for an engaging food safety webinar, Set the Table: Improving Restaurant Food Safety Through Science and Practice. You’ll hear from Dr. Laura Brown and Lieutenant Commander Beth Wittry from CDC and Thuy Kim from the University of Minnesota. They will share information on key CDC training and surveillance resources for outbreaks, along with exciting new research findings on restaurant food safety.

• There are 800 foodborne illness outbreaks a year in the United States, and most occur in restaurants.
• State and local health departments inspect restaurants and conduct outbreak investigations.

CDC conducts research, surveillance, and training to inform and improve restaurant food safety, as well as the program policies and practices health departments can use. The ultimate goal is to reduce foodborne illness and outbreaks. This CDC webinar will cover updates in three key areas:
• Research - Restaurant inspection practices, including grading and posting
• Surveillance - Clostridium perfringens findings and recommendations from CDC’s National Environmental Assessment Reports System (NEARS)
• Training – CDC’s interactive Environmental Assessment Training Series

Live captioning will be available.

Sep 13, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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