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November 13, 2018| Chicago, IL
This one-day professional workshop covers the new FDA requirements for Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food under the 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The new regulations include vehicles and transportation equipment, transportation operations, training and records. Industry professionals must keep abreast of the changes and be aware of the implications to their sector of the food industry. Learn how to apply the requirements to your current management system, and improve the safety and quality of overall operations as a result. With a focus on practical techniques and risk assessment, we will discuss the implications of the final rule and what it means to shippers, carriers and receivers involved in the transportation of food at any level. This course is a general overview that is not intended to replace the FSPCA/FDA recognized curriculum. we are offering this course as an option for those who need to be compliant now and need practical knowledge and techniques for designing systems. Upon completion of this course, you will have a complete understanding of the new requirements and how they relate to your individual situation. This course will explain the applicability of the requirements and how to tailor your food safety system to meet them. Training materials include a comprehensive manual, slides, explanations of key terms and concepts, and reference materials to help you communicate requirements to your staff. Participants will receive a professional certificate upon completion. Who Must Comply with the Hazard Analysis and Preventive Controls Rule? The final rule applies to shippers, receivers, loaders and carriers who transport food in the United States by motor or rail vehicle, whether or not the food is offered for or enters interstate commerce.