Get Valuable Tips on Training Non-English Speaking Workers to Eliminate Handing Errors and Foodborne Diseases in Your Food Facility.
Limited and non-English speakers represent a very important segment of the U.S. food industry labor pool. But at present, most managers/supervisors speak English, making training a challenging task. Given that many segments of the food industry are still labor intensive, training is essential to prevent handling errors. To prevent foodborne diseases, which can cost an operation thousands of dollars we must rethink how we train those who have limited or no English speaking abilities.
Attend this session by our expert speaker, Angela Fraser, Ph.D., and get valuable tips on training of limited or non-English speaking food workers to eliminate handling errors and foodborne diseases in your facility. Also, get suggestions on using multilingual resources.
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Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
- Shawn K. Stevens
Dr. Angela Fraser has 27 years of experience in the area of food safety, having held both regulatory and university-level positions. Her scholarly activities center on controlling and preventing foodborne disease through education and training. Dr. Fraser has provided technical and training assistance to government and industry professionals. She has also developed science-based education/training programs that can be delivered via traditional classroom setting and/or distance education. Dr. Fraser...
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