December 2, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM PST - 1:00 PM PST
1 CLE credit pending.
Zoom login information will be emailed to registrants.
Food Forensics & Safety
Topics will include:
- What Disease-Causing Microorganisms and Pathogens are
- The Top 5 Pathogens that Cause Food Illnesses
- The Main Types of Foodborne Illnesses
- The Best Methods of Preventing Foodborne Illnesses
Allison Stock, PhD, MPH, MS
Principal Project Director I
Dr. Allison Stock has over 25 years of epidemiological, toxicological, and environmental experience. She has worked nationally and internationally with local and federal governments as well as private industry. Her expertise includes human health risk assessments and the impacts following environmental, occupational, and pharmaceutical exposures. Additionally, Dr. Stock has extensive epidemiological experience and has conducted large human health studies following exposures to environmental agents such as lead, petrochemicals, and formaldehyde and infectious agents such as SARS, Salmonella and Legionella. Dr. Stock has also served as a corporate representative and an expert witness for litigation support. She has served on both federal and industry working groups on air pollution issues such as particulate matter, low sulfur diesel exhaust, and benzene. Dr. Stock's experience in chemical exposures in the environment or workplace, foodborne and infectious disease outbreaks, petrochemical exposures, and air quality issues provides support for client needs on all manner of environmental and occupational safety related projects.
J.S. Held is a global consulting firm with expertise in construction, environmental health & safety, equipment, forensic architecture & engineering, water & fire restoration, and forensic accounting & economics.