sábado, 2 de abril de 2016

EHS Spotlight: New Emergency Response Training, MMWR on Retail Deli Slicers, Healthy and Safe Swimming Week, EHS Resources, Vectors Conference

EHS Spotlight:

JEH Column: New Emergency Response Training for Environmental Health Professionals,MMWR on Retail Deli Slicer Cleaning,
Healthy and Safe Swimming Week Toolkit,
EHS Resources Organized by 10 Essential Services,
EEK: Vectors and Public Health Pests Conference

April 2016 New Emergency Response Course for EH Professionals

JEH Column: New Emergency Response Training forEnvironmental Health Professionals

Environmental health practitioners perform many critical functions during emergency response and recovery. In this column, CDC’s Martin Kalis and FEMA’s Bernice Zaidel discuss the new Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response (EHTER) Operations-level course, including what students will learn, and what past students thought. This article was published in the April 2016 issue of the Journal of Environmental Health.
Deli Slicer slicing meat.

New CDC Study:
How Often Retail Delis Clean Deli Slicers

What percentage of delis clean their slicers as often as FDA recommends to prevent germs from spreading?  Check out our new study, published in CDC’s latest Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, and our plain language summary to find out!
2016 Healthy and Safe Swimming Week

Healthy and Safe Swimming Week Toolkit

Swim season is right around the corner, and so is Healthy and Safe Swimming Week (May 23-29). Get an early peek at CDC’s toolkit for this observance and make this summer the healthiest swim season yet.
Also, join the Model Aquatic Health Code Network, and check out the archive of the first MAHC Network webinar to see how New Mexico is using the MAHC to improve their swimming pool programs.

10 Essential Services

EHS Resources Organized by 10 Essential Services

We are excited to announce our latest addition to the EHS website! Find tools here to help your program fill performance gaps and contribute to larger performance improvement efforts such as voluntary public health accreditation.

EEK: Vector Conference

EEK: Vectors and Public Health Pests Virtual Conference
Registration is OPEN!

This free conference (April 13-14) is brought to you by National Environmental Health Association and sponsored by CDC. Conference topics include rodents, ticks, mosquitoes, and bed bugs; integrated pest management; emerging vectors and vectorborne diseases; new technologies in vector and pest control; climate change and vectors; lessons learned; inspection successes; and stories from the field. Register Today!

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