In the second installment of this series, we review lessons 6–13 that we learned following more than 30 food defense vulnerability and risk assessments conducted in accordance with FSMA’s IA rule.
The event will take place October 21–23, 2020 in Schaumburg, IL.
After conducting more than 30 food defense vulnerability and risk assessments in accordance with the FSMA Intentional Adulteration rule, here’s what we learned.
Some sound bytes on what food safety and quality stakeholders had to say about important industry issues.
Working in a thankless job can be grueling, but it is possible for food safety professionals to gain respect and remain true to their mission as they work in an often-underappreciated field.
At the 2019 Food Safety Consortium, Frank Yiannas, FDA deputy commissioner for food policy & response, discussed the evolution of FSMA and the role that technology must play in providing better transparency and traceability.
Were you there? Here’s a snapshot of some of the moments at the 7th Annual Food Safety Consortium Conference & Expo.
Could industry be seeing a trend in increased enforcement?
This year’s event will have excellent educational, training and networking opportunities.
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis can help objectively evaluate any vulnerable steps in your process.