Massachusetts Environmental Health Association
Celebrating 70 Years
Established in 1948, MEHA is a non-profit association organized for charitable and educational purposes. The goal and purpose of MEHA is to provide quality training and educational programs while also providing the opportunity for members to meet and exchange ideas and information with other professionals in the field of Public and Environmental Health.
List of Events
Wonder what’s happening with risk factor violations across the country? EcoSure Health Department Intelligence has collected public health department inspection data for more than 1.75 million facilities encompassing 2300 or 82% of the total jurisdictions in the US and Canada and analyzed the data. Learn about what we can do to improve food service safety and then use your inspection data to see if your jurisdiction is similar. Date: Friday, October 25, 2019 Time: 2:00PM - 3:00PM ET Presenter: Mandy…
AFDO Retail Webinar Series: Norovirus: Just-In Time Refresher for Retail Food Industry and Regulators
Winter is coming, and that means norovirus associated with retail food establishments. This webinar will include the following: 101 about norovirus and why it is often associated with retail food establishment outbreaks; Prevention strategies for norovirus; and Best practices in norovirus investigation. Presenters include: Dr. Laura Brown, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Dr. Aron Hall, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention DJ Irving, Tennessee Department of Health
The Department of Public Health, Bureau of Environmental Health’s Food Protection Program has issued an interpretation of the MA wholesale and retail regulations regarding the addition of cannabidiol (CBD) and certain hemp derivatives to food and consumer products. The document can be on found on their website.Read More
Responsible for enforcing all applicable sections of the Massachusetts State Sanitary Code, the Massachusetts Environmental Code, City of Newton Ordinances, department regulations and public nuisance laws. Responds to public inquiries about environmental health concerns. Performs site inspections for conformance to and violations of accepted health regulations, maintaining and promoting community health, public health and safety. Essential Elements • Conducts food […]Read More
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