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Environmental Monitoring Workshop

March 10 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Attendees will learn how to identify common sampling deficiencies and how to use a variety of tools to implement an effective EMP

3-4 Hour Course

Price

Early Bird: $300 | Regular: $350

Group rates:

Please call us at 915 561 5900 or email us at foodsafety@safefoodalliance.com for the discount code.

• 2 or more save $15 each

• 3 or more save $25 each

• 4 or more save $40.00 each

Presenters:

• Thomas Jones, Senior Director of Analytical Services

• Kyla Ihde, Microbiology Manager

• Antonio Munguia, Lead Auditor

Course Description:

The importance of a sound environmental monitoring program cannot be overstated, both as a verification of sanitation effectiveness, and to prevent contamination of your company’s products. It’s a required verification measure for GFSI programs such as BRC, SQF, and IFS; it’s a fundamental part of your facility’s Food Safety/HACCP plans; a required activity for verification of FSMA Sanitation Preventive Controls, and in many cases a starting point for customer expectations. This hands-on training course is intended to address techniques and best practices through an effective employee training program, which helps educate employees to ensure your company meets these evolving regulatory and customer requirements.

Students will learn how to identify common sampling deficiencies and how to use a variety of tools to implement an effective environmental monitoring program. The course topics, include:

• The latest FSMA requirements pertaining to environmental monitoring

  • Discovering pathogens before contamination occurs
  • EMP requirements for your food safety plan

• Fundamentals of environmental monitoring

  • Identify pathogens or allergens to control and monitor
  • Determine sample zones
  • Sanitation Controls

• How to choose appropriate sample methods, and techniques

  • Determine frequency, tools

• How to pull an environmental swab

• Sampling How to protect the integrity of collected samples

• How to interpret data for possible contamination trends.

  • Establish Corrective Actions

• GFSI Requirements for Environmental Monitoring

• Mitigation Risk and Allergen Controls

Who Should Attend?

HACCP team members, and managers. Food Safety, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, and Sanitation Personnel. Anyone needing to understand HACCP guidelines and environmental monitoring requirements.

Details

Date:
March 10
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/environmental-monitoring-workshop-tickets-88966000703

Venue

Safe Food Alliance
2037 Morgan Drive, Kingsburg, CA 93631
Kingsburg,CA93631US
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