BAC Fighters Dive Deep into Food Safety!


CFSEC Button LogoWe are still feeling the high energy of CFSEC2017. Both in-person and remote attendees are letting us know how valuable they found the information and presentations.

To enrich your experience even more- we have pulled out some key resources that you may have missed from some of the presentations. Our generous speakers added these links within their presentations for those wanting an even deeper dive into their topics.

Extra Resources you May Have Missed!

Check out the ones that resonate with your food safety work and let us know how you use them!

The Behaviour Change Wheel: a tool to promote consumer food safety

Dr. Lou Atkins, University College London Centre for Behaviour Change

Behaviour Change resources

Finding and Sharing Stories

Lori Jacobwith, Ignited Fundraising

Boring to Brilliant: Finding and Sharing Stories That Cause People To Take Action: a step-by-step guide that includes: storytelling criteria for brilliant stories, helpful checklists and easy to use templates.

Storytelling to Motivate Change in Food Safety

Patricia Buck, Center for Foodborne Illness Research and Prevention

Long-Term Health Outcomes Report, 2009

Young Children and Foodborne Illness Fact Sheet, 2014

Beyond Knowledge: Strategies to Encourage Actual Behavior Change

Kevin Roberts and Kevin Sauer of the Center of Excellence for Food Safety Research in Child Nutrition Programs

Food-Safe Schools Action Guide-Creating a Culture of Food Safety:A food safety resource for School Nutrition Directors

Motivating Food Safety Behavior Change -Thinking INSIDE the Box

Michéle Samarya-Timm, Somerset County Department of Health (New Jersey, USA)

Food Defense Cartoons in 10 Languages

FDA Oral Culture Learner Project: Educational Materials for Retail Food Employees

CDC Simply Put: A Guide for Creating Easy-to-Understand Materials

Evaluation of the Implementation of a Food Safety Intervention for Food Pantries

Ashley Chaifetz and Benjamin Chapman of North Carolina State University

Videos and documents to clarify procedures in your food pantry.

Empowering Change through the Safe & Healthy Food Pantries Project

Barbara Ingham, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Amber Canto, University of Wisconsin Extension

Safe and Healthy Food Pantries Project

Handling of Leafy Greens in Foodservices Serving Older Americans: Before and After Intervention

Susan Arendt, Iowa State University and Kevin Sauer, Kansas State University

Leafy Green Safe Handling Posters, downloadable in a high resolution, print-ready pdf. Available in English, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese.

The Story of Your Dinner – Anecdotes from a Public-Private Sector Food Safety Outreach Initiative in the SE United States

Michael Roberson, Publix Super Markets Inc. and Shelley Feist, Partnership for Food Safety Education

The Story of your Dinner Resources