Microbiological Criteria for Food with an emphasis on Listeria monocytogenes - Northern Ireland
Since the Regulations were published, local authorities have had discussions about the interpretation of the requirements, in particular in relation to Listeria monocytogenes. This course aims to help provide answers for enforcement officers, addressing the key issues through case studies and groups discussion.
Aims and objectives
This training course will improve delegates understanding of:
- The general requirements of Regulation (EC) No. 2073/2005 on the microbiological criteria of foodstuffs
- Specific requirements relating to L. monocytogenes (criteria 1.1 – 1.3)
- How to interpret and help food businesses to comply with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No. 2073/2005, through discussion based on case study scenarios
Who should attend?
This is a one day course for Environmental Health Practitioners working in local authorities in Northern Ireland only.
Free attendance at this course is subject to availability for one nominated member of staff per local authority in Northern Ireland. Additional places may become available and waiting lists will be managed via FSATraining@cieh.org
Attendance on this course is available to local authority Environmental Health Practitioners in Northern Ireland free of charge. (This course is not available to students or for EHPs who are not employed by local authorities).
If the event you wish to attend is not available please email FSAtraining@cieh.org, with the following information to express your interest:
- Delegate name
- Local authority
- Email address
- Contact telephone No
- Course title
Important notes for delegates
Delegates will wish to familiarise themselves with Regulation (EC) No. 2073/2005 and the following guidance:
This event is accredited with 5 hours and 30 minutes of CIEH CPD.