In observance of the upcoming fifth World Food Safety Day (WFSD) on June 7, the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) has announced that it will provide open access to its webinar archives for non-members throughout the month of June. This initiative aims to increase awareness about food safety and encourage action to prevent, detect, and manage foodborne risks, ultimately contributing to various aspects such as food security, human health, economic prosperity, agricultural production, market access, tourism, and sustainable development.

IAFP non-members will have the opportunity to browse through more than 100 recorded webinars dating back to 2009 on the IAFP website. Unlike usual access requirements, no login will be necessary during this period, allowing individuals to freely explore the wealth of knowledge and insights shared by experts in the field.

While access to the webinar archives is typically a benefit exclusive to IAFP members, the organization has decided to extend this privilege to non-members during the month of June as part of their commitment to promoting food safety on a global scale. The webinars cover a wide range of topics, offering valuable information on emerging trends, best practices, and innovative approaches to ensure food safety and protect public health.

IAFP membership comes with a host of advantages, including access to the association’s free webinars that are generously sponsored by the IAFP Foundation. Members can take advantage of these educational resources year-round, gaining valuable knowledge and staying up to date with the latest developments in food safety. For those who are not yet members but are interested in joining, IAFP encourages them to consider taking this opportunity to explore the benefits and significance of becoming a member.

For more information, visit IAFP’s website.

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