amsa-logo.png

American Meat Science Association Food Safety & Science Certification
Preparation Materials

iCEV offers optional study materials designed to prepare individuals for the American Meat Science Association Food Safety & Science Certification exam. The preparation materials consist of a playlist, which includes a combination of video and PowerPoint® lessons created in collaboration with our industry partners to teach and reinforce the industry standards tested for by the certification. Explore the preparation materials below.


American Meat Science Association Food Safety & Science Certification

The American Meat Science Association (AMSA) Food Safety & Science Certification verifies individuals possess an in-depth knowledge of food safety procedures and standards necessary to thrive in the food industry.

LEARN MORE

Example Preparation Materials

The Science in Food Handling & Storage

This presentation explores the basis and purpose of various food handling and storage practices in the industry, as well as in home kitchens. Food spoilage, food intoxications and infections, along with food pathogens, food microorganisms and food additives are also discussed. The application and importance of proper storage methods, such as freezing, vacuum packaging and dehydrating, are introduced and explained.

Accompanying Resources (Education Access Only)

Food Industry Safety

Without safe and healthful practices, the food industry can cause many injuries and illnesses. Therefore it is extremely important for members of the food industry to understand food and workplace safety. This presentation will allow students to learn about and analyze regulations, systems and practices which promote safety in the food industry.

Sanitation & Safety Procedures in Food Production

This presentation describes the differences between cleaning and sanitizing a food contact surface. Also described are various government laws and guidelines regarding sanitation and cleanliness in a food production facility. This presentation will also explain why regular cleaning and maintenance schedules are important to keep a facility free from contaminants.

American Meat Science Association
Food Safety & Science Certification
Preparation Materials Course Playlist

Scientific Principles: Chemical Properties

Acids & Bases in Food Science

Scientific Principles: Solutions & Emulsions

Scientific Principles: Enzymes

Chemical Processes in Food Science

The Science in Food Handling & Storage

The Science in Food Preservation

Food Packaging Options & Guidelines 

Food Industry Safety

It’s Alive!: Foodborne Illnesses

Sanitation & Safety Procedures in Food Production

Principles of HACCP: Introduction

Principles of HACCP: Identifying Hazards in Food Processing

Principles of HACCP: Conducting a Hazard Analysis

Principles of HACCP: Identifying Critical Control Points

Principles of HACCP: Establishing & Monitoring Critical Limits & Taking Corrective Actions

Principles of HACCP: Establishing Verification Procedures

Principles of HACCP: Recordkeeping