CIEH to launch training qualifications in Malaysia with seminar to boost food safety standards across Asia

Publication Date: 11th March 2014

Subject: Food safety

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) will launch its food safety training in Malaysia on Wednesday 12 March, the organisation announced today.

Pillsbury Consulting Malaysia will be the first registered centre to offer the CIEH’s food safety qualifications to the retail and hospitality sector.

The seminar “Promoting Best Practice in Food Safety” will take place at the Royale Chulan Hotel in Kuala Lumpur this week for an expected 150 delegates.

Executive Director of Commercial Services, Frank Post, who is responsible for food safety training activity in Asia Pacific, will be the main speaker presenting a seminar focusing on developments within global food safety as well as outlining the UK’s experience of public and environmental health.

Mr Post will also share the CIEH’s experiences in their advisory role in the delivery of a safe 2012 Olympics in London.

Commenting, Mr Post, said:

“Over the past couple of years the CIEH has been working with a wide variety of partners globally to promote the benefits of food safety and hygiene. Launching in Malaysia represents an important strategic move for us, cementing our presence in this dynamic and enterprising part of the world.

“As an organisation the CIEH has made a significant contribution to improving environmental and public health in the UK and we are delighted to share and export our expertise. Unity is strength.

“Most importantly, we believe our relationship in Malaysia can act as a template for further agreements where we can advise partners to improve food safety and performance, comply with legal requirements and achieve internationally-recognised standards of best practice.”

The seminar will be supported by Pillsbury Consulting Malaysia in partnership with Einterex.

The CIEH already accredits degree courses in Malaysian universities and has links with the Malaysian Association of Environmental Health many of whom are also members of the CIEH.




Notes to editors: 

 

  • For media enquiries please contact Brian Cowan on 020 7827 5922 or 07721 456727 or email b.cowan@cieh.org 
  • Spokespeople are available for interview

About the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health:

  • The CIEH is the professional voice for environmental health representing over 10,000 members working in the public, private and non-profit sectors. It ensures the highest standards of professional competence in its members, in the belief that through environmental health action people's health can be improved
  • The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) is a leading provider of regulated qualifications in health and safety, food safety, environmental management, fire safety and first aid and operates in over 50 countries.
  • Over 10 million people around the world from the UK to the USA and the Middle East hold a CIEH qualification
  • The CIEH’s clients range from small businesses to multinational enterprises like the InterContinental Hotels Group. We work with governmental bodies in Hong Kong as well as international agencies like the United Nations
  • The CIEH’s 60 qualification training programmes are delivered through a network of over 10,000 registered trainers. The training is developed for the varied skill levels within organisations. They cater to different learning styles and preferences through a series of flexible structures. CIEH qualifications are valued and recognised throughout the world
  • For more information about the CIEH visit www.cieh.org 



 

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