Who is a BAC Fighter?
Anyone who cares about ending illness and death from foodborne infection. BAC Fighters simply fight BAC – harmful bacteria that can cause foodborne illness. BAC Fighters can be dietitians, nutritionists, parents, caregivers, nurses, local, state, or federal public health officials, private company food safety professionals, health educators, food retailers, food producers, and more! BAC Fighters join us, and each other, in the mission to end illness and death from foodborne infections in the United States. Together, we can achieve a food safe America.
BAC Fighter Benefits
- e-cards on food safety topics, with links to new resources
- Knowledge Exchange conference calls
- A LinkedIn Community Group called Team Food Safety where you can network and interact with other food safety professionals
- Support from a community of food safety educators
- A Leaderboard with articles from experts in the field
- Opportunities to gain recognition for your work in food safety on the BAC Fighter Field Report Blog
- Opportunity to share your food safety education stories
- A shared mission to end illness and death from foodborne illness
- Twitter and Facebook pages with up-to-the-moment news
- Bi-annual Fight BAC! Brown Bag Webinars, with professional educational credits. Visit our Events Page for future dates!
- Free, downloadable resources
- Access to quality, science-based learning activities for kids
- Other professional support for health educators – including a future National Conference on Food Safety Education
Ready to join the fight? Sign up to be a BAC Fighter and receive our weekly e-cards. What BAC Fighters Say:
“I have been using Fight BAC! materials for many years. The four food safety messages are very important and easy for the kids to remember. My students are very enthusiastic and like to share the food safety information they learn in the classroom with their families at home.”
– Linda, Consumer Sciences Teacher, Allentown, PA
“Thank you so much for these wonderful educational materials. There are so many wonderful handouts for health fairs and community education. I would also like to include your information in our quarterly community newsletter. In the spring newsletter issue, I would like to include Six Steps to Safer Fruits and Vegetables.”
– Marketing Director, Fayette County Memorial Hospital, Ohio