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  • THE NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP
    responsibility for the promotion of food hygiene The NHP Management Committee is drawn from representatives of each of these member organisations Our Products Services Management Training Training Publications e Learning Programme Newsletter Signup Management Training The Management of Food Hygiene Programme The Essential Guide to HACCP Compliance was designed to enable food businesses to conform to EU Food Safety legislation The course is based on the National Standards Authority of Ireland specifications I S 340 2007 Hygiene in the Catering Sector and I S 341 2007 Hygiene in Food Retailing and Wholesaling It also addresses the Level 3 Food Safety Skills requirements for Managers and Supervisors as defined by Food Safety Authority of Ireland Training Publications The Hygiene Matters training publications have been developed by the National Hygiene Partnership for the purpose of improving Hygiene and Food Safety standards within the entire food sector In recognition of the multi national profile of the workforce the booklets have been published in ten different languages to provide induction training in essential hygiene and food safety principles to junior staff members employed on a part time seasonal or occasional basis in the different food sectors e Learning Programme We provide a range of

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  • THE NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP » About Us
    a professional voluntary non profit organisation founded in 1966 for managers in the hotel and tourism hospitality sector in Ireland The main focus is the professional interests and needs of managers within the Irish tourism hospitality industry Tel 353 0 1 662 4790 Web www ihi ie Address 8 Herbert Lane Dublin 2 Excellence Ireland Quality Association EIQA First established in 1969 EIQA is the Irish National Quality Association known specifically for hygiene and quality programmes EIQA offer solutions to customers that are committed to improving their hygiene and quality standards and view a nationally recognised accredited programme as key to their company s future All EIQA programmes are built on a proven framework to ensure an organisation s progress Tel 353 0 1 660 4100 Web www eiqa com Address 9 Appian Way Ranelagh Dublin 6 Safefood The Food Safety Promotion Board Safefood is a North South body responsible for the promotion of food safety in the island of Ireland It was established in 1999 under the terms of the British Irish Agreement Act 1999 and the North South Co operation Implementation Bodies Northern Ireland Order 1999 The governing legislation confers the following specific functions on the organisation Promotion of food safety Research into food safety Communication of food alerts Surveillance of foodborne disease Promotion of scientific co operation and laboratory linkages and Development of cost effective facilities for specialised laboratory testing In addition to these specific functions safefood has a general remit to act as an independent source of scientific advice Tel 353 0 1 448 0607 Web www safefood eu Address Abbey Court Block B Lower Abbey Street Dublin 1 The Sea Fisheries Protection Authority An t Údarás um Choisaint Iascaigh Mhara The SFPA was established under the provisions of the Sea Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Act 2006 and is Ireland s competent authority for Seafood Safety and Sea Fisheries Protection The SFPA s mission is To apply sea fisheries conservation legislation and seafood safety legislation fairly and consistently in accordance with the provisions of the Sea Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Act 2006 and to promote compliance with the law co operatively with sea fisheries and seafood sectors and other relevant interests with the overall objective of ensuring that the marine fish and shellfish resources from the waters in Ireland s EEZ are exploited legally and consumed safely for the long term benefit of all Based in Clonakilty County Cork the SFPA has a number of offices in the major ports around the coast at Killybegs Ros aá Mhíl An Daingean Castletownbere Dunmore East and Howth Tel 353 0 23 885 9300 Web www sfpa ie Address Block B Marine Headquarters Park Road Clogheen Clonakilty Co Cork Teagasc Teagasc is the agriculture and food development authority in Ireland Its mission is to support science based innovation in the agri food sector and the broader bioeconomy that will underpin profitability competitiveness and sustainability Tel 353 0 1 805 9538 Web www teagasc ie Address Teagasc Ashtown Food Research

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  • THE NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP » Our Aims & Objectives
    standards of food safety through training in the Irish Food Sectors by the provision of information and a range of quality and innovative products and courses for all Food Workers within the different sectors Goals Photo courtesy of Fáilte Ireland Ensure that relevant hygiene programmes are developed and promoted within the Irish Food Sector Maximise the benefits of co operation and linkage between members of the National Hygiene Partnership Achieve independent 3rd party accreditation of the NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP s licensing process Increase awareness of NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP accredited trainers for all food hygiene training Review update all NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP products in line with changes in legislation Increase awareness of the NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP within the Irish Food Sectors Photo courtesy of Fáilte Ireland Objectives Institute an awareness building campaign aimed at consumers of food safety training through the development of an annual training calendar available online and other suitable media Update our website www nhp ie on a monthly basis Evaluate all training products and programmes annually and update where necessary Establish annual training targets for each of the NHP products Achieve FETAC Approved Provider Status by December 2011 Develop an annual budget for the Partnership and review

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  • THE NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP » Management Committee
    Aims Objectives Management Committee Committee Meetings Tuesday 12 01 2016 02 11 Your are here Home About Us Management Committee National Hygiene Partnership Management Committee The National Hygiene Partnership Management Committee is drawn from the representatives of the member organisations The current Management Committee team members are Management Committee Clodagh Fitzgerald CHAIR The National Hygiene Partnership Colm Breheny TREASURER Manager Professional Development Failte Ireland Mary Gorby SECRETARY Senior Environmental Health Officer Environmental Health Officers Association Raymond Ellard TRUSTEE Director of Audit Compliance Food Safety Authority of Ireland Natasha Kinsella MIHI TRUSTEE Chief Executive Officer Irish Hospitality Institute IHI Anne Marie Crowley Standards Officer National Standards Association of Ireland NSAI Maurice Bergin Director Irish Hospitality Institute IHI Martin Roper Technical Director Excellence Ireland Quality Association EIQA Ita White Food Industry Development Teagasc Marie Henson Seafisheries Officer The Sea Fisheries Protection Authority An t Údarás um Choisaint Iascaigh Mhara Adrian Cummins Chief Executive Officer Restaurant Association of Ireland RAI Sinead O Halloran Food Safety Professionals Association FSPA Margaret Kenny President Catering Management Association of Ireland CMAI Liam Nolan Vintners Federation of Ireland Dermot Moriarty Manager Marketing Communications Safefood The Food Safety Promotion Board John Maher Senior Environmental Health Officer Environmental Health Officers

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  • THE NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP » Committee Meetings
    News Hygiene Articles Press Releases Photo Gallery Trainers Connaught Leinster Munster Ulster Licensing Process Shop Our Aims Objectives Management Committee Committee Meetings Tuesday 12 01 2016 02 12 Your are here Home About Us Committee Meetings Management Committee Meetings AGM 20th March 2013 Committee Meeting 21st May 2013 Committee Meeting 11th September 2013 Committee Meeting 4th December 2013 AGM March 2014 TBC Contact Us Sitemap Privacy Security Equality Policy The

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  • THE NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP » Management Training
    to benefit Catering Managers Supervisors Executive and Head Chefs in the Hospitality Industry Health Sector Retail Sector Delicatessens Industrial and Institutional Catering Units It will also benefit Personnel Training Officers in large scale Hospitality and Catering Organisations and College Lecturers in Tourism and Food and Beverage Management subjects The Management of Food Hygiene Programme Trainers The programme is delivered by trainers who have been licensed and approved by the National Hygiene Partnership after having successfully completed an eight phase Licensing Process The training standards are monitored audited and assessed by the NHP on an on going basis in accordance with defined procedures Read more Licensing Process The Course Objectives Participants will be trained both in the principles and practices of effective food hygiene management The participants will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to formulate and implement a comprehensive food safety management system in the workplace and to organise the necessary training for their staff The Course Structure The Management of Food Hygiene Programme The Essential Guide to HACCP Compliance is comprised of twenty one hours tuition in three modules The programme is generally delivered over 5 days one day per week as follows Day 1 full day Day 2 full day Day 3 full day Day 4 half day revision module Day 5 2 hour examination The NHP Licensed Trainers can deliver the programme over a range of time frames to suit your needs Please contact your local Licensed Trainer from our register of Licensed Trainers or contact Administration for details on upcoming courses Read more Trainers Examination and Certification Upon completion of the programme participants are required to take a written two hour examination and depending on their results the successful candidates will be awarded either a Pass 55 to 69 Credit 70 to 84 or Distinction 85

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  • THE NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP » Exam Guidelines
    Unsuccessful candidates will be afforded the opportunity to re sit the examination at a later date An administration fee will be charged for this facility payable at the time of booking Post Examination Instructions A Exam papers must be corrected and returned to Liz Brady Administration National Hygiene Partnership NHP c o safefood Food Safety Promotion Board Block 2 Abbey Court Lower Abbey Street Dublin 1 for all courses The individual course tutors must ensure that this is done within 14 days of the examination date Course assessment forms must also be returned at this stage In an effort to reduce the time span between the exam date and receipt of results the following deadlines have been agreed and adopted as policy by the National Hygiene Partnership B The corrected Examination Papers must be accompanied by a completed course register This must be accurate and legible as the information will be transferred directly to the National Hygiene Partnerships database C The Administration department will have responsibility for sending on all the examination papers to the validation panel approved by the N H P within 14 days of the examination date The tutor will not be advised of the Validator s name and address D The validation process will be completed within 7 days of receiving the examination papers A 10 sample or a minimum of 2 papers will be selected and then validated results will be returned to NHP within 7 days E The validated results will then be entered into the National Hygiene Partnerships database and the candidates will be notified of their result in writing This correspondence will be issued by The National Hygiene Partnership NHP and will include details of mark achieved and the status of the award i e Fail Pass Credit or Distinction Correspondence will

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  • THE NATIONAL HYGIENE PARTNERSHIP » Course Booking
    Booking Information By request to a Licensed Trainer Licensed Trainers can run courses on request If required in company training courses can be organised A full list of Licensed Trainers is available here Please contact any trainer in your area to discuss your training requirments Public Courses A number of public courses are scheduled during the year The location for these courses includes Cork Dublin Galway and Limerick The Schedule

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