Detail oriented inspector with working knowledge of regulatory services and animal disease traceability. Proficient in handling multiple species of livestock and poultry. Excellent organizational skills. Experienced in prevention and treatment of disease, investigation documentation and working with veterinary care professionals.
· Competent use of Microsoft Suite-Excel, Word, Access, Power Point
·Keen sense of observation
· Communicates findings through detailed reports
· USDA E-Authentication; Level 2
· Commissioned under USDA, FDA for Tissue Residues
· Extensive knowledge & experience handling large animals for inventory, medical procedures and transportation.
Animal Disease Traceability.
Dairy Farm Inspection.
2009 F101-F104 Food borne Illness Investigation,
FDA 22 Evidence & Proof,
FDA 23,25, 28,35, 36; Sample collection, Special Investigations, Food Laws, Public Health Principles.
2010 MICOI 1 -4 Microbiology, Gram negative, Gram Positive Rods & Cocci, Food borne Viruses & Parasites
FDA 375, 577 Dairy Farm Sanitation & Inspection, Special Problems in Milk Protection
FDA ER325 Food borne illness Investigations
2011 Cornell University Vat Pasteurization Operators Workshop & Cheese grading.
National Animal Control Training academy- Level II, FEMA Animal Disaster Response Training
2012 FDA FD372 Milk Plant Sanitation & Inspection course
Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue(operational level)
FEMA IS-0010a&b, IS-00111 Incident command Animals in Disasters, Livestock in Disasters
FDA FD371 Milk Pasteurization Controls & Tests
2013 MA Veterinary Assn- Oiled Bird Workshop
2014 UCONN Farmstead Food Safety Workshop
Dairy Animal Care & Quality Assurance& Animal Health Modules-Kansas State University
USDA APHIS MIMs Advanced Training (Mobile Information Management
2015 Animal Handling in Livestock Auction Markets; Beef Cattle Institute, Kansas State University
2016 NE Animal Control/Humane Academy-Equine Cruelty Investigation: The scientific & forensic approach
2017 Food Safety Preventative Controls for Human Food
2018 Investigating& Prosecuting Animal Cruelty UCONN School of Law
FDA VM201W100 Tissue Residue
2018 Investigating & Prosecuting Animal Cruelty Cases- UCONN School of Law, Hartford ,CT
FDA VM201W100-Tissue Residue
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