FSIS Form 4450-1 "Nomination for the Food Safety and Inspection Service's Howard E. Bauman Award for Food Safety"

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE FSIS HOWARD E. BAUMAN AWARD
Introduction:
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is soliciting nominations for the Howard E. Bauman award. The
Howard E. Bauman Award was created to recognize an individual or individuals showing longstanding commitment,
leadership and service to improving food safety. The award was first presented in 2002, posthumously, to Howard E.
Bauman. Dr. Bauman is widely acknowledged as the father of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point
(HACCP) System for food safety process control. His daughters accepted the 2002 award on his behalf.
Nominations for the Howard E. Bauman award are not restricted to scientists. The Agency is interested in receiving
nominations of persons from the broad food safety community who have positively affected food safety and public
health. FSIS will accept nominations from the public for this non-monetary award through December 5, 2005.
:
Eligibility Criteria
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Citizenship: Any U.S. citizen or citizens may be nominated for the award.
Improving food safety: The nominee's contributions have significantly improved food safety and public health,
or have advanced the state of science toward that goal. The improvement need not be limited to the arena of
meat, poultry, and egg products. The achievement is of service to everyday Americans, and can be described in
.
terms meaningful to the lay person.
Longstanding commitment, leadership and service: The nominee exercised leadership, overcame challenges,
.
and collaborated with others to achieve the food safety improvement described above.
Length: The narrative portion of the nomination should not exceed 2 pages. Please do not attach
.
bibliographies, press releases, or other documentation.
Nominator: Any person or organization may nominate an individual or individuals for the award. Nominations
submitted by anonymous nominators will not be considered.
Submission of Nominations: Through December 5, 2005, nominations may be submitted to Faye Smith
by fax at (202) 690-0550; mail or hand delivery (Room 331-E, J.L. Whitten Building, FSIS, USDA,
Washington, DC 20250). Mailed nominations must be postmarked no later than December 5, 2005.
Nomination Review Committee: Nominations for the Howard E. Bauman award will be reviewed by a committee
appointed by the Under Secretary for Food Safety and Administrator of the Food Safety and Inspection Service.
The Nomination Review Committee will rank all nominations that meet the basic criteria. They will forward their
recommendations to the Under Secretary and Administrator, who will make the final determination of the recipient of
the Howard E. Bauman award.
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NOMINATIONS FOR THE FSIS HOWARD E. BAUMAN AWARD
Introduction:
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is soliciting nominations for the Howard E. Bauman award. The
Howard E. Bauman Award was created to recognize an individual or individuals showing longstanding commitment,
leadership and service to improving food safety. The award was first presented in 2002, posthumously, to Howard E.
Bauman. Dr. Bauman is widely acknowledged as the father of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point
(HACCP) System for food safety process control. His daughters accepted the 2002 award on his behalf.
Nominations for the Howard E. Bauman award are not restricted to scientists. The Agency is interested in receiving
nominations of persons from the broad food safety community who have positively affected food safety and public
health. FSIS will accept nominations from the public for this non-monetary award through December 5, 2005.
:
Eligibility Criteria
.
.
Citizenship: Any U.S. citizen or citizens may be nominated for the award.
Improving food safety: The nominee's contributions have significantly improved food safety and public health,
or have advanced the state of science toward that goal. The improvement need not be limited to the arena of
meat, poultry, and egg products. The achievement is of service to everyday Americans, and can be described in
.
terms meaningful to the lay person.
Longstanding commitment, leadership and service: The nominee exercised leadership, overcame challenges,
.
and collaborated with others to achieve the food safety improvement described above.
Length: The narrative portion of the nomination should not exceed 2 pages. Please do not attach
.
bibliographies, press releases, or other documentation.
Nominator: Any person or organization may nominate an individual or individuals for the award. Nominations
submitted by anonymous nominators will not be considered.
Submission of Nominations: Through December 5, 2005, nominations may be submitted to Faye Smith
by fax at (202) 690-0550; mail or hand delivery (Room 331-E, J.L. Whitten Building, FSIS, USDA,
Washington, DC 20250). Mailed nominations must be postmarked no later than December 5, 2005.
Nomination Review Committee: Nominations for the Howard E. Bauman award will be reviewed by a committee
appointed by the Under Secretary for Food Safety and Administrator of the Food Safety and Inspection Service.
The Nomination Review Committee will rank all nominations that meet the basic criteria. They will forward their
recommendations to the Under Secretary and Administrator, who will make the final determination of the recipient of
the Howard E. Bauman award.
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
YEAR OF NOMINATION
FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE
NOMINATION FOR THE FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE'S
HOWARD E. BAUMAN AWARD FOR FOOD SAFETY
NAME AND TITLE
1.
NOMINEE INFORMATION
ADDRESS
If nominating a group,
designate one person as the
principal contact here.
Attach
contact information for all
members of the group being
nominated.
E-MAIL
PHONE NO.
FAX NO.
NAME
2.
NOMINATOR INFORMATION
Please provide contact
ADDRESS
information so that we
can reach you if we have
questions.
E-MAIL
PHONE NO.
FAX NO.
Attach a narrative which includes information outlined in items 3 and 4 below. Identify the nominee on each page.
3. IMPROVING FOOD SAFETY
Please note how the nominee's contributions have significantly improved food safety and public health, or have advanced the state of
.
science toward that goal. Suggestions:
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Briefly describe the food safety area (e.g., scientific research, education and outreach, food production, policy development) in
which the nominee contributed.
Please describe the food safety improvement achieved by the nominee in specific terms understandable to the layperson. If the
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contributions will lead to future improvements (e.g., pathogen reduction, reduction in foodborne illness), please describe those
outcomes.
Please address how the nominee's food safety contributions are of service to everyday Americans. It may not be possible to link
the contributions with a specific reduction in foodborne illness or other measurable public health improvement. However, describe
the scope and impact of the nominee's contributions. Do they affect all citizens or specific subgroups?
4. LONGSTANDING COMMITMENT, LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE
Please describe how the nominee exercised leadership, overcame challenges, and collaborated with others to achieve the food safety
.
improvement described above. Suggestions:
.
Briefly summarize the nominee's food safety background relevant to the contributions (e.g., education, leadership, duration of
service).
.
Describe, as specifically as possible, the nominee's personal role in addressing the issue. How did the nominee exercise
leadership? What challenges were overcome?
Please describe the nominee's collaboration with others in achieving the food safety improvement described above.
Please limit the narrative to 2 pages. Do not attach bibliographies or other documentation.
FSIS FORM 4450-1 (09/13/2005)
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