About the Author
Professor Eunice Taylor, Cert Ed, BSc, PhD, is a food safety management specialist with over 35 years of experience in education, training, consultancy and research. In 1999 she has established the International Centre for HACCP Innovation at the University of Salford, launched the world's first MSc in HACCP and completed several major Government research projects concerned with HACCP implementation in SMEs. Eunice is a member of various Food Standards Agency working groups, has been actively involved in the development of national HACCP Training Standards, and is a member of the Hotel & Catering International Management Association s Technical Advisory Group. She is involved in various Expert Panels within the commercial sector and numerous projects for the World Tourism Organisation, World Health Organisation and Food & Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations. She represents the International Federation of Environment Health at the Codex Food Hygiene Committee and is a member of the Codex working group on HACCP Implementation in Small and Less Developed Businesses. Dr Joanne Zaida Taylor, Cert Ed, Cert HACCP, BSc, PhD, is a HACCP psychologist based at the International Centre for HACCP Innovation, at the University of Salford. She recently undertook a secondment to the UK Food Standards Agency HACCP Branch to develop a new model of HACCP for small catering businesses. She was also commissioned to write the 2006 CIEH Level 3 qualification Implementing Food Safety Management Procedures . Joanne has taught HACCP in a range of contexts, from specific on-site training to on-line MSc courses, in the UK, Asia and the Middle East. Her focus is on the demystification of HACCP and the delivery of user-friendly, effective HACCP training.