2014 CCDEH Data Summit

Now that the 2014 Webinars are completed, please stay tuned for the chance to view the YouTube Videos, take a test and earn CECHs.

For previous webinars from 2013 & 2012

START HERE - Earn Up To 8 REHS Continuing Education Contact Hours

2014 Webinar information & CECH credit request forms HERE...

REHS Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECH) are offered for a small processing fee of $25 per session.

 


Members
- It was great seeing all CCDEH Members & Associate Members at the 2014 CCDEH Members Annual Conference - Hotel reservations, Draft Agenda, Registration info, etc.

(September 22-26, 2014)

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Save the Dates!  The S3 - Symposium on Food Systems and Public Health will be held at the Sacramento Hyatt Regency May 13-15, 2015 - The S3 Symposium takes a big picture view of food and focuses on three key principles: safety, security, and sustainability (S3).  Food Symposium S3 SPONSOR Invitation | More info - conference website


emp health toolkitThe CCDEH Food Safety Policy Committee is pleased to announce that the finalized Food Service Manager Employee Health Toolkit is now available for download from the California Emerging Infections Program (CEIP) website.


Updated Body Art Documents Now Available <Updated 2014-09-13> - Order California Safe Body Art Act Booklet <NEW>

CEU videoGOT CEUs?

Earn CEUs by watching 8 different videos on this website from our 2012, 2013 and 2014 Data Summits:

START HERE - Earn Up To 8 REHS Continuing Education Contact Hours


disaster smallFeatured Products:  The CCDEH Disaster Preparedness Technical Advisory Committee has prepared the Disaster Field Manual as a field guide to assist environmental health professionals to respond to a major disaster. It provides an overview of the key response and recovery actions necessary to protect the health and safety of the public.  VIEW ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS

 


View our archive of all of our announcements as they link to some important information...

Webinar:  Implementing the CIFOR Guidelines for Foodborne Disease Outbreak Response

Public health and environmental health leaders are invited to join foodborne disease experts to learn more about the 2009 Council to Improve Foodborne Outbreak Response (CIFOR) Guidelines.
 
Implementing the CIFOR Guidelines for Foodborne Disease Outbreak Response: Food for thought and action (Webinar)
Thursday, January 28, 2010 
1:00-2:00 pm EST (10 am - 12 noon PST)
 
This webinar has been designed for senior public health and environmental health officials at state and local levels who are responsible for supervising staff involved in foodborne disease surveillance, investigation, and control activities or are responsible for securing and designating resources for these activities. Future webinars and materials will target staff and agency teams who carry out foodborne disease-related activities.
 
Participants will learn how their agencies can take steps to improve foodborne disease surveillance, investigation, and control and will have an opportunity to ask questions about the CIFOR Guidelines related to their own programs. Participants can earn continuing education credits (e.g., CMEs, CNEs, CEUs, and CECHs) for viewing this webinar.
 
Registration is limited. Go to http://cste.webex.com to learn more about this webinar and to register.