Food Safety Modernization Act Worksop
May 20, 2014
This in-depth one-day workshop will identify food plant operational requirements of the 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), the accompanying regulations including:
- Food Plant Registration
- Mandatory recall
- Administrative detention of products
- Monetary penalties for individuals and companies
- Produce Safety
- The HACCP-like "Preventative Controls"
- Use of FDA-Accredited Laboratories
- Environmental Monitoring
- Supplier Verification
- Allergen Control
- Finished Product Traceability
The newest FSMA regulations also include a significant update of FDA's "Good Manufacturing Practices" that expand requirements in the areas of plant facility; processing equipment; employee health, hygiene; training; and process controls. The Workshop will also compare SQF, BRC & FSSC22000 private food processing certification programs against the FSMA food processing requirements and identify gaps.
Who Should Attend?
- Food processing corporate and plant staff with regulatory compliance responsibility.
- Food processing corporate plant staff with operational responsibilities for ensuring compliance with government food safety laws and regulations.
- Anyone interested in getting the "facts" on the new FSMA requirements.
Suggested Course Prerequisite
It is recommended that students have an understanding of HACCP and its application in a food processing or distribution setting prior to taking this course.
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