- TRAINING & CONSULTING
- SAFE FOOD CERTIFICATIONS
- FOOD SAFETY RESOURCES
- SAFE FOOD SPOTLIGHT
Talk with our experts, and improve your programs!
We’ve talked about Preventive Controls for years now, and many companies feel they’re prepared for what FDA is looking for. But how much do you know about the new GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) requirements under FSMA (the Food Safety Modernization Act)? Will you be ready for your next regulatory visit, when they start digging a little deeper? Having an effective, documented food safety plan is important to the success of any food or beverage manufacturer, but it’s still vital that companies maintain focus on sustaining robust GMP programs. History has taught us that recalls are often the result of a fundamental breakdown in these programs.
What You’ll Get
This is a live training, so bring your questions and be ready to talk with us and other attendees! The course will go through the new requirements section by section, with a practical perspective and examples, to give attendees a deeper understanding of the cGMP requirements from a real-world perspective. We will explore the most recent updates to the GMPs that are required through FSMA, and we will share best practices you can implement in your facility. Topics will include employee practices, sanitation, pest control, and other pre-requisite programs that are critical for any food or beverage manufacturing facility. Whether your company has GFSI certification or not, this course will benefit you and your team.
Additional Stuff That Comes With The Course
Self-Audit checklist to use on-site at your facility, based directly on the regulation. Make sure you haven’t missed anything!
Copy of the Regulation, 21 CFR 117 Subpart B
Schedule – All Times are Pacific Time
9:00 am – Course Begins
10:30 am – 10 Minute Break
12:00 pm -Lunch
12:30 pm – Resume Training
1:50 pm – 10 Minute Break
2:00 pm – Course Resumes
3:00 pm – Course Ends
Note: This is a live training. Participation in the full course is expected from attendees; please contact us for any exceptions.