Complete Report – 2010 Risk Factor Study
In 2010, Wake County staff conducted a survey of 458 randomly selected food establishments from 9 distinct sectors and evaluated observations associated with risks of foodborne outbreaks. The purpose of the study was to establish a baseline of risk factors and to work with establishments over time to reduce those risks.
The study used the 2005 FDA Food Code as a reference for the study. The state adopted new food rules based on the 2009 Food Code on September 1, 2012. The Wake County Risk Factor Study will be conducted again in 2015.
Report on the Occurrence of Foodborne Illness Risk Factors
Table of Contents
- Selection of Facilities
- Assignment of Facilities
- Selection of Data Collectors
- Geographical Locations
- Baseline Data Collection Procedure
- Baseline Data Collection Form
- Quality Control
DATA REPORTS AND DISCUSSION