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Title:S.A.F.E.: Keeping Food Safe for Those at Risk
Producer:Cornell Cooperative Extension
Description:This is an educators program on safe food handling that is intended for trainers of food service workers: Dietitians, food service managers, home economists, extension agents, nurses, volunteers and others who are involved in providing food and/or care for the general population. These people can be in institutional or home-care situations. The S.A.F.E. program provides information about foodborne illnesses, pathogenic microorganisms and how to prevent foodborne illness with safe food handling practices. Information on training adults and how to target audiences is also included. This curriculum includes a lesson plan, case studies, 83 color projector slides with script, participant evaluation sheets, 5 food safety posters, overhead masters, resource lists and background information for program leaders.
Topic:Preparation and Handling
Food Service
Audience:Health Care Professionals
Train-the-Trainer
Format/Pub. Year:Curriculum (1993)
Contact Information:
 Cornell Cooperative Extension
Dept. of Food Science
11 Stocking Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
Telephone:607-255-7922
Cost:Free with Restrictions
How To Order:Available through NAL's InterLibrary Loan Program. Request Library Materials
NAL Call Number:Kit no.271
Grant Number:Extension grantee 1991

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