The Environmental Health Services Division of the Fulton County Department of Health andWellness has achieved Standard #1- Regulatory Foundation and Standard #7 Industry andCommunity Relations. The Division is currently pursuing Standard #3 - Inspection ProgramBased on HACCP Principles. The Division is seeking funding and intends to achieve thefollowing standards within the next three years: Standard #4 - Uniform Inspection Program Standard #5 - Foodborne Illness and Food Defense Preparedness and Response Standard #6 - Compliance and Enforcement.These standards will be met by employing the following objectives: Providing staff with advanced training in HACCP Principles Training of food inspectors to be FDA standardized Training of food inspectors to be Certified Food Safety Managers Training on foodborne illness investigation techniques and procedures Obtaining all necessary equipment to conduct a more thorough routine inspection and foodborne illness investigation Supplement salaries of FDA standard trainers presently on staffProject Abstract:The Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness Environmental Health Services Divisionhave been enrolled in the Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Standards with the goal ofachieving all nine (9) standards. Presently, we have achieved two (2) standards which areStandard #1- Regulatory Foundation and Standard #7- Industry and Community Relations.Through our program known as the Initiative to Enhance Uniformity through Education andTraining (IERUET) the department is seeking additional means for enhanced food serviceinspections and foodborne illness investigations through training and the securing of necessaryequipment.
FC Voluntary Standards Project Narrative Project Narrative: The Environmental Health Services Division of the Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness (FCDHW) desire to improve our efforts to reduce risk factors known to cause or contribute to foodborne illness through the program that we call Initiative to Enhance Uniformity through Education and Training (IERUET). This program will allow FCDHW to achieve additional standards in the Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Standards Program. Presently, the FCDHW have attained Standard #1-Regulatory Foundation and Standard #7- Community and Industry Relations.