Instructional Objectives And Guidelines Ciphi-Books Pdf

Instructional Objectives and Guidelines CIPHI
01 Jun 2020 | 16 views | 0 downloads | 20 Pages | 352.84 KB

Share Pdf : Instructional Objectives And Guidelines Ciphi

Download and Preview : Instructional Objectives And Guidelines Ciphi


Report CopyRight/DMCA Form For : Instructional Objectives And Guidelines Ciphi



Transcription

Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors,Instructional Objectives. Instructional Objective 1 Safe Food,1 0 Inspection. 1 1 Food Establishments, 1 1 1 explain the principles underlying food regulations. 1 1 2 explain the principles underlying hazardous analysis. 1 1 3 define critical control points and delineate the principles underlying this concept. 1 1 4 list the requirements in food preparation to prevent food borne illness. 1 1 5 list the requirements in food service to prevent food borne illness. 1 1 6 list the requirements in food storage to prevent food borne illness. 1 1 7 list the symptoms and incubation periods of the various food borne illnesses. 1 1 8 identify the types of food contamination including adulterations. 1 1 9 describe food equipment requirements, 1 1 10 describe and demonstrate food sampling techniques. 1 1 11 describe laboratory food analysis, 1 1 12 explain the procedures involved in food borne illness investigations.
1 1 13 review the protocol and procedures involved in sampling body wastes of. food borne illness victims, 1 1 14 identify and evaluate the records which should be kept in food borne. illness investigations,1 1 15 define Aw and describe its significance. 1 1 16 define pH and describe its significance, 1 1 17 name the primary sources of micro organisms found in foods. 1 1 18 name the secondary sources of micro organisms found in foods. 1 1 19 describe what is meant by the temperature danger zone in food storage. 1 1 20 name and compare the effectiveness of common preservation methods for. high risk foods, 1 1 21 outline the methods used in an inspection of a food premises. 1 1 22 discuss the difference between standards and guidelines used for the. operation of food premises,1 1 23 define what is meant by a food recall.
1 1 24 describe the process used in food recalls and name the origins of recalls. 1 1 25 list the public health concerns to be noted when inspecting food processors. such as abattoirs dairies fish plants canneries cereals food warehouses. and food transportation systems, 1 1 26 name the common food additives and explain their public health significance. 1 1 27 name the food types most often associated with food allergies. 1 1 28 describe the health significance of allergic reactions. 1 1 29 describe control measures to prevent allergic reactions. 1 1 30 design a sampling program given a site and situation in a food operation. Instructional Objective 2 Safe Water,2 0 Water Management. 2 1 Potable Water Quality, 2 1 1 identify the major water borne diseases in Canada. 2 1 2 describe the methods used to ensure that water provided for human consumption. is adequately treated and is potable,2 1 3 list the equipment used in water treatment. 2 1 4 explain cross connections and identify probable causes. 2 1 5 describe water sampling techniques, 2 1 6 demonstrate water sampling techniques given appropriate equipment.
2 1 7 interpret the results for bacterial and chemical parameters given laboratory. analysis reports and the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality. 2 1 8 list the tolerable limits for chemical parameters in drinking water according to the. Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality,2 1 9 identify the sources of drinking water. 2 1 10 list in sequence the procedures to be followed in the case of a water main break. 2 1 11 describe the processes used in water treatment. 2 1 12 describe water sampling procedures, 2 1 13 define the indicators used in water analysis. 2 1 14 list the potential causes of various water odours. 2 1 15 list the potential causes of various discolorations in water. 2 1 16 describe the effectiveness and the limitations of the various point of use water. treatment equipment, 2 1 17 explain the municipal distribution system for potable water and the breakdowns. which may occur, 2 1 18 design a sampling program given a site and situation in regards to potable water. 2 1 19 describe some sampling techniques and standard analyses used in Standard. Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater latest edition. 2 1 20 explain the health significance of disinfection by products in water treatment. 2 1 21 explain the four barrier approach for drinking water systems. 2 1 22 explain CT contact time and how it relates to water treatment. 2 2 Recreational Water Quality, 2 2 1 define the acceptable bacterial parameters for recreational water.
2 2 2 describe the acceptable upper limits of chemical parameters for recreational. water as defined in the Guidelines for Canadian Recreational Water Quality. 2 2 3 describe how to alter bacterial parameters in recreational water. 2 2 4 describe how to alter chemical parameters in recreational water. 2 2 5 describe the functions of the equipment used in the treatment of recreational. 2 2 6 describe the processes used in water treatment. 2 2 7 describe laboratory procedures for water analysis. 2 2 8 describe water sampling procedures, 2 2 9 demonstrate water sampling techniques given the appropriate equipment. 2 2 10 describe the problems associated with air in indoor pools. 2 2 11 describe pool safety requirements and identify appropriate checkpoints. 2 2 12 describe electrical hazards associated with pools. 2 2 13 describe disinfection procedures for play equipment in pools. 2 2 14 describe the operation of and problems associated with wave pools and water. 2 2 15 describe how to overcome problems associated with wave pools and water slides. 2 2 16 list the various types of natural outdoor swimming areas. 2 2 17 identify the problems associated with the various types of natural outdoor. swimming areas and how to control them, 2 2 18 design a sampling program given a site and situation in regards to recreational. 2 3 Surface and Ground Water Quality, 2 3 1 identify potential sources for the pollution of surface and ground water. 2 3 2 describe factors influencing the leachability of various chemical and biological. surface and ground water contaminants, 2 3 3 develop plans for a community program to protect surface and ground water from. contamination,2 3 4 describe algae control measures.
2 3 5 list the potential sources of nutrients to surface and ground water. 2 3 6 describe the effects of nutrients on surface and ground water. 2 3 7 describe the effects of hazards of using drinking water treatment measures to. control elevated levels of nutrients in surface and ground waters. 2 3 8 list acceptable bacteriological parameters in surface and ground waters intended. for human consumption, 2 3 9 list acceptable chemical parameters in surface and ground waters intended for. human consumption, 2 3 10 describe a typical water system including hydrogeology mechanical equipment. sanitary seals screens and distribution lines, 2 3 11 describe the operation of water softening and its advantages and disadvantages. 2 3 12 name and explain the various types of point of use water systems and explain. their effectiveness, 2 3 13 design a sampling program given a site and situation in regards to surface water. 2 3 14 explain the cause and health concerns related to the effects of turbidity events. Instructional Objective 3 Health Hazard Management. 3 0 a Air Quality,3 1 Ambient Air Quality, 3 1 1 select what information should be accessed to describe hazardous analysis.
determination and assessment related to air pollutants toxic gases. 3 1 2 select what information should be accessed to describe risk analysis. determination and assessment related to air pollutants toxic gases. 3 1 3 categorize public health air pollutant toxic gas hazards. 3 1 4 compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the current method of. monitoring gas emissions of each of the following gases sulphur dioxide. hydrogen sulphide nitrogen dioxide carbon monoxide ozone benzene. ethylene toluene and xylene, 3 1 5 compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the current method of. monitoring particulates, 3 1 6 evaluate the adequacy of regulations in controlling gaseous emissions of sulphur. dioxide hydrogen sulphide nitrogen dioxide carbon monoxide ozone benzene. ethylene toluene and xylene, 3 1 7 evaluate adequacy of regulations regarding particulate emissions. 3 1 8 review the information required to describe gas dispersion behaviours. 3 1 9 review the information required to describe gas dispersion modeling. 3 1 10 describe the data needed for ambient air quality monitoring. 3 1 11 propose environmental indicators of various air pollutants toxic gases e g. sulphur dioxide hydrogen sulphide nitrogen dioxide carbon monoxide ozone. benzene ethylene toluene and xylene, 3 1 12 propose human health indicators of exposure to various toxic gases e g sulphur. dioxide hydrogen sulphide nitrogen dioxide carbon monoxide ozone benzene. ethylene toluene and xylene, 3 1 13 describe how to compile ambient air quality standards from literature reviews.
3 1 14 assess the health risks and make recommendations on control measures at point. of source based on field data provided, 3 1 15 assess the health risks and make recommendations on control measures for. local area air sheds and or larger regional zones based on field data provided. 3 1 16 design a risk communications plan to inform various publics e g media general. public politicians on ambient air quality issues, 3 1 17 describe the technologies used to reduce air pollutants toxic gas emissions. 3 1 18 develop protocols for ambient air quality investigations. 3 1 19 identify the levels of indicator gases and make recommendations for monitoring. levels of emission using actual field data, 3 1 20 assess and predict the effects of various emission gases based on actual field. 3 1 21 describe in both high and low pressure situations the dispersion characteristics. of various emission types of air pollutants toxic gases. 3 1 22 describe giving both strengths and limitations the types of air testing equipment. currently used in the field, 3 1 23 describe the oxides of nitrogen and oxides of sulphur atmospheric cycles and. their relationship to acid rain, 3 1 24 explain the carbon dioxide and methane atmospheric cycles and their.
relationship to the greenhouse effect,3 1 25 explain hydrocarbon sources and cycles. 3 1 26 describe the variables associated with seasons on air quality. 3 1 27 describe the sources and contributory amounts of atmospheric contaminants. from industries residential communities and transportation systems. 3 1 28 describe air pollution monitoring stations and related sampling protocol identify. the current methods used to reduce or eliminate air pollutants. 3 1 29 design a sampling program given a site and situation in regards to ambient air. 3 1 30 design a sampling program given a site and situation in regards to indoor air. 3 1 31 describe the human health effects of poor air quality and identify the susceptible. populations,3 2 Indoor Air Quality, 3 2 1 describe the types and sources of indoor air quality contaminants in private. 3 2 2 describe the types and sources of indoor air quality contaminants in public places. 3 2 3 describe the types and sources of indoor air quality contaminants in workplace. 3 2 4 develop a protocol for indoor air quality investigations. 3 2 5 design a survey to be used in indoor air quality investigations. 3 2 6 describe giving strengths and weaknesses the various kinds of indoor air testing. equipment in use today, 3 2 7 make recommendations for a core resource base related to indoor air quality in. terms of current literature evidence journals and equipment. 3 2 8 identify and evaluate the kinds of evidence required for court proceedings related. to indoor air quality concerns, 3 2 9 calibrate use and read indoor air quality testing equipment. 3 2 10 identify the indicators used in indoor air quality monitoring for each of the. following types of buildings schools day cares care facilities homes. workplaces theatres and private dwellings ice arenas and pools. 3 2 11 interpret continuous indoor air quality guidelines. 3 2 12 identify levels of exposure limits for various air pollutants gases. 3 2 13 explain acute and chronic health effects for various air pollutants and toxic gases. 3 2 14 evaluate various sources of indoor air quality guidelines. 3 2 15 list common indoor contaminants including particulates CO2 CO VOC s bio. aerosols formaldehyde and asbestos e g household products building. materials second hand smoke, 3 2 16 explain acceptable indoor air quality with respect to temperature and humidity.
3 2 17 describe the effect of yeast molds and pollens on allergy sufferers. 3 2 18 name aerosols associated with illness e g legionnaire s disease. 3 2 19 name the components of a ventilation system and the factors required for. decision making to adjust air flows e g HEPA filters HVAC systems. 3 2 20 describe air filtration systems and cleaning controls for gases particulates and. viable micro organisms, 3 2 21 define various types of heating systems including forced air radiant hot water. steam and electric, 3 2 22 describe heat pumps and associated problems. 3 2 23 explain thermal comfort, 3 2 24 identify and explain the operation of common instrumentation and data loggers to. measure particulates CO CO2 VOC bio aerosols formaldehyde radon. asbestos temperature relative humidity and thermal comfort. 7 to 13 are common core competencies shared by public health professionals in Canada 1 1 24 describe the process used in food recalls and name the origins of recalls 1 1 25 list the public health concerns to be noted when inspecting food processors such as abattoirs dairies fish plants canneries cereals food warehouses and food transportation systems 1 1 26 name the common food

Related Books

Operating Instructions ACU RITE

Operating Instructions ACU RITE

Operating Instructions The Operating Instructions contain all the infor mation and safety precautions needed for the proper operation of the product according to its intended use This document has the third highest priority for reading This documentation can be downloaded from the download area at www acu rite com The Operating Instruc

MILLING MACHINE OPERATIONS HNSA

MILLING MACHINE OPERATIONS HNSA

milling machine to help become familiar with the location of the various parts of these machines 1 Column The column including the base is the main casting which supports all other parts of the machine An oil reservoir and a pump in the column keeps the spindle lubricated The column rests on a base that contains a coolant reservoir and a pump that can be used when performing any

Manual on sawmill operational Food and Agriculture

Manual on sawmill operational Food and Agriculture

Manual on sawmill operational maintenance The designations employed and the presentation of material In this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations conceming the legal status of any country territory city or area or of Its authorities or coooerning the delimitation 01 Its frontiers or

INSTRUCTION MANUAL with Replacement Parts

INSTRUCTION MANUAL with Replacement Parts

INSTRUCTION MANUAL with Replacement Parts A product of HOBART CORPORATION701 RIDGE AVENUE TROY OHIO 45374 0001 MODELS FD3 150 FD3 200 amp FD3 300 FOOD WASTE DISPOSERS ML 110301 FD3 150 ML 110305 FD3 200 ML 110309 FD3 300

THE CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDITOR PROGRAM

THE CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDITOR PROGRAM

the certified information systems auditor program candidate s guide to the cisa examination table of contents introduction 1 benefits of becoming a cisa 1 the cisa examination 1 administration of the examination 2 grading the examination 4 types of questions on the cisa exam 4 cisa exam terminology 5 application for certification 6 requirements for maintaining certification 6 revocation of

CISA Review Manual 27th Edition smtgroup org

CISA Review Manual 27th Edition smtgroup org

Using the CISA Review Manual and Other ISACA Resources About the CISA Review Questions Answers and Explanations Products Chapter 1 Information System Auditing Process Overview Domain 1 Exam Content Outline Learning Objectives Task Statements Suggested Resources for Further Study Self assessment Questions Answers to Self assessment Questions Part A Planning 1 0 Introduction 1 1 IS Audit

CISA Exam Dumps with Real Exam Questions

CISA Exam Dumps with Real Exam Questions

D Audit testing and review techniques Answer A Explanation Inadequate router configuration and rules would lead to an exposure to denial of service attacks Choices B and C would be lesser contributors Choice D is incorrect because audit testing and review techniques are applied after the fact QUESTION 398 The Secure Sockets Layer SSL protocol addresses the confidentiality of a

Standard Trench Embankment Installation

Standard Trench Embankment Installation

See Tables 1 amp 2 H Haunch Lower Side Springline Overfill Soil Category I II III Standard Trench Embankment Installation Concrete pipe should be installed in accordance with the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Construction Specifications Section 27 or ASTM C1479 Figure 1 shows the basic pipe and soil terminology There are four types of Standard Installations each with its own soil and compaction

ASTM International

 ASTM International

ASTM International Submit Your Draft in Word ASTM requests WORD for balloting purposes TCO takes your WORD file and converts it to PDF for

SpiritIT eXLerate Measurement supervisory software

SpiritIT eXLerate Measurement supervisory software

The 1952 Tables consists of 58 tables containing all kind of correction and conversion factors used in the measurement of hydrocarbon liquids Each table deals with a particular conversion of units correction of density or correction of volume The 1952 tables that have to do with the conversion of density and volume are 5 6 23 24 53 and 54