December 2022 • Journal of Environmental Health 51 RESOURCE CORNER REHS/RS Study Guide (5th Edition) National Environmental Health Association (2021) The Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian (REHS/RS) credential is the premier credential of the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA). This edition reflects the most recent changes and advancements in environmental health technologies and theories. Incorporating the insights of 29 subject matter experts from across academia, industry, and the regulatory community, paired with references from over 30 scholarly resources, this essential reference is intended to help those seeking to obtain the NEHA REHS/RS credential. Chapters include general environmental health; statutes and regulations; food protection; potable water; wastewater; solid and hazardous waste; hazardous materials; zoonoses, vectors, pests, and poisonous plants; radiation protection; occupational safety and health; air quality and environmental noise; housing sanitation and safety; institutions and licensed establishments; swimming pools and recreational facilities; and emergency preparedness. 261 pages / Spiral-bound paperback Member: $169 / Nonmember: $199 NEW! CP-FS Study Guide (4th Edition) National Environmental Health Association (2022) NEHA has released a new edition of the Certified Professional–Food Safety (CP-FS) Study Guide. The fourth edition of the study guide has been updated to the current FDA Food Code and includes information and requirements from the Food Safety Modernization Act. It was developed by retail professionals to help prepare candidates for the NEHA CP-FS credential exam with in-depth content, an examination blueprint, practice test, and many helpful appendices. The study guide is the go-to resource for students of food safety and food safety professionals in both regulatory agencies and industry. Chapters in the new edition include causes and prevention of foodborne illness, HACCP plans, cleaning and sanitizing, facility and plan review, pest control, inspections, foodborne illness outbreaks, sampling food for laboratory analysis, food defense, responding to food emergencies, and legal aspects of food safety. 358 pages / Spiral-bound paperback Member: $199 / Nonmember: $229 Handbook of Environmental Health, Volume 1: Biological, Chemical, and Physical Agents of Environmentally Related Disease (4th Edition) Herman Koren and Michael Bisesi (2003) A must for the reference library of anyone in the environmental health profession, this book focuses on factors that are generally associated with the internal environment. It was written by experts in the field and copublished with NEHA. A variety of environmental issues are covered such as food safety, food technology, insect and rodent control, indoor air quality, hospital environment, home environment, injury control, pesticides, industrial hygiene, instrumentation, and much more. Environmental issues, energy, practical microbiology and chemistry, risk assessment, emerging infectious diseases, laws, toxicology, epidemiology, human physiology, and the eects of the environment on humans are also covered. Study reference for the NEHA Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian credential exam. 790 pages / Hardback Member: $215 / Nonmember: $245 Handbook of Environmental Health, Volume 2: Pollutant Interactions With Air, Water, and Soil (4th Edition) Herman Koren and Michael Bisesi (2003) A must for the reference library of anyone in the environmental health profession, this book focuses on factors that are generally associated with the outdoor environment. It was written by experts in the field and copublished with NEHA. A variety of environmental issues are covered such as toxic air pollutants and air quality control; risk assessment; solid and hazardous waste problems and controls; safe drinking water problems and standards; onsite and public sewage problems and control; plumbing hazards; air, water, and solid waste programs; technology transfer; GIS and mapping; bioterrorism and security; disaster emergency health programs; ocean dumping; and much more. Study reference for the NEHA Registered Environmental Health Specialist/ Registered Sanitarian credential exam. 876 pages / Hardback Member: $215 / Nonmember: $245 Resource Corner highlights dierent resources the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) has available to meet your education and training needs. These resources provide you with information and knowledge to advance your professional development. Visit the NEHA online Bookstore at www.neha.org/store for additional information about these and many other pertinent resources!