Providing California Workers with Free Access to Food Safety Information: A Public Health Imperative
This report describes how the inappropriate use of a public health imperative to require workers to pay for food safety training directly contravenes basic and widely accepted public health principles of providing critical community health information free to the most vulnerable members of a community.
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