Orlando, FL, August 26, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Doug Campbell, Vice President of Business Development for Orlando-based Environmental Health Testing (EHT), has been named Vice Chairman of Council II of the Conference for Food Protection (CFP).
Council II is one of three councils in the CFP whose purpose is to deliberate issues that are assigned by the Issue Committee and recommend actions to the Assembly of State Delegates. Council II oversees administration, education and certification for the CFP and has seven committees under its wings including: Program Standards, Inspection Scoring Forms, Food Contact Utensil Barrier Usage, Electronic Reporting and National Voluntary Assessment Information Systems.
According to Environmental Health Testing CEO, Lawrence Lynch, a member of the CFP Manager Certification and Testing Committee, "EHT remains committed to fully participating in the vetting of information and systems that impact food safety. Doug's vast experience in the business of certifying food safety managers, as well as his success as a regulator, make him a perfect candidate to lead this part of the Conference."
The CFP is a nonprofit organization established in 1971 which provides a representative and equitable partnership of regulatory, industry, academia and consumer professionals to identify problems, formulate recommendations and develop practices that promote food safety and consumer protection. The CFP is convened biennially with work being carried on by committees and the Executive Board between these meetings.
Environmental Health Testing specializes in standardized certification test development for the environmental health field. EHT develops, administers and maintains certification programs for leading industry and association clients. EHT's mission is to promote public health and safety by providing excellence in certification, education and support services.