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Entry Training for the Public Health Veterinarian

FSIS has tailored a training program to prepare the Public Health Veterinarian (PHV) to work as part of an in-plant team in establishments that slaughter different animal species and process different types of food products. The training - Entry Training for PHV - is a nine week program which is focused on FSIS' mission of improving and protecting public health. The three weeks classroom curriculum is designed to cover three main categories: FSIS as a public health regulatory agency, animal dispositions/food safety, and FSIS administrative overview. The other six weeks consist of three weeks spent in the plant environment with an assigned mentor and three weeks of Food Safety Regulatory Essentials (FSRE) training. Training Modules are provided in PDF format.

Inspection of Tuberculin Reactors
This guideline describes the minimum requirements necessary to complete the examination of T.B. reactors. Its purpose is to assure the uniform examination of cattle carcasses.  

Public Health Veterinarian Training Modules 

 

Last Modified Aug 27, 2014