2017 FDA CENTRAL REGION RETAIL FOOD PROTECTION & NEHA REGION 4 BIANNUAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE  

Visit the Minnesota Environmental Health Association Website for More Information


Scholarship Application for financial assistance to attend the fall conference.  

Deadline Date: By August 15, 2017 please email this sheet back to 

Tammy McKeever @ tmckeever@co.clay.ia.us



SEPTEMBER 19TH - 21st, 2017


The Commons Hotel, Minneapolis, MN


The event will be held at The Commons Hotel on the campus of the University of Minnesota, in Minneapolis, MN. The planning committee has secured a room block at the prevailing government room rate of $145/night plus tax and fees. Book your room today – they will fill fast!

The Commons Hotel
615 Washington Ave SE,
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612.379.8888
RESERVE YOUR ROOM ONLINE TODAY

Online Reservations use Code 091817MEHA

Room Block Reservation:  FDA/NEHA 4 conference

MEHA invites you to join us for this one-of-a-kind event. The 2017 FDA Central Region Retail Food Protection Seminar will be held in conjunction with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Region IV biannual educational conference. These events will bring together food protection and environmental health professionals from 17 states and the District of Columbia. The agenda is being planned to provide joint keynote sessions and networking events, in order to promote and foster our community of environmental health professionals. 

NEHA Region 4 Conference: September 20-21, 2017

General Registration: $200 ($250 after August 15)
NEHA State affiliate member (ND, SD, MN, NE, IA, WI): $150 ($200 after August 15)
NEHA State affiliate retired or student member (ND, SD, MN, NE, IA, WI): $125 ($175 after August 15)

REGISTER NOW

The FDA Retail Food Protection Seminar will be held September 19-21, 2017. 

FDA Retail Food Protection Seminar: September 19-21, 2017
All attendees: $250 ($300 after August 15)


REGISTER NOW

Attendees have the opportunity to learn about:

  • Changes to regulations, policies, and recommendations that impact retail food safety, including but not limited to the FDA Food Code;
  • FDA Standardization Interpretations;
  • The FDA Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards;
  • Federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial regulatory initiatives to enhance retail food safety;
  • Industry initiatives to enhance retail food safety;
  • Funding opportunities available to jurisdictions responsible for the regulation of retail and food service establishments; and
  • Emerging science and technology related to retail food safety.

Presentation Proposals Needed

Proposal applications are due March 1, 2017

Invitation and Information

Proposal application



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