Getting involved in IAFP’s Committees gives you the opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise with other Committee members, which in turn directly impacts the future of your profession and helps guide the efforts of the Association.
Food Protection Trends Management Committee
Mission Statement: To provide guidance to the Executive Board on matters concerning Food Protection Trends.
Journal of Food Protection® Management Committee
Mission Statement: To provide guidance to the Executive Board on matters concerning the Journal of Food Protection®.
European Symposium Organizing Committee
Mission Statement: To develop the European Symposium program, evaluate abstracts, identify symposia topics and speakers, identify session convenors and oversee competition(s) at the symposium.
Mission Statement: To develop the Annual Meeting program, evaluate abstracts, identify symposia and speakers, identify all sessions' convenors, and oversee Developing Scientist Awards Committee.
- 3-A Committee on Sanitary Procedures
- Awards Committee
- Black Pearl Selection Committee
- Committee on Control of Foodborne Illness
- Constitution and Bylaws Committee
- Developing Scientist Awards Committee
- Fellows Selection Committee
- Foundation Committee
- Membership Committee
- Nominating Committee
- Past Presidents' Committee
- Tellers Committee
- Webinar Committee
IAFP Complete Committee Minutes
- Committee Minutes — 2016
- Committee Minutes — 2015
- Committee Minutes — 2014
- Committee Minutes — 2013
- Committee Minutes — 2012
- Committee Minutes — 2011
- Committee Minutes — 2010
- Committee Minutes — 2009
- Committee Minutes — 2008
- Committee Minutes — 2007
Board Responses to the Committee Recommendations
- 2016 Recommendations
- 2015 Recommendations
- 2014 Recommendations
- 2013 Recommendations
- 2012 Recommendations
- 2011 Recommendations
- 2010 Recommendations
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Involvement in committees and professional development groups (PDGs) offers Members the opportunity to share a wealth of knowledge and expertise. Members of committees and PDGs are the architects of the Association structure. They plan, develop and institute many of the Association's projects, including workshops, publications and educational sessions. Technical challenges facing the food safety industry are discussed, examined and debated. Members may volunteer to serve on any number of committees or PDGs that plan and implement activities to meet the Association's mission.