FDA Recognized FSMA Courses
These courses can be offered either as onsite programs or as public courses. If you would like to suggest a public training or request a quote for onsite training, contact our food safety team and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Our FSMA courses are taught by passionate and seasoned subject matter specialists who utilize real-world experience to educate professionals on how to get their facility FSMA ready.
Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training Course
Safe Food Alliance offers the FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) Produce Safety Training, which was designed by the Produce Safety Alliance, as described by the FDA, in partnership with various industry associations and members of the agricultural community. This one day training, designed to help meet FDA requirements, will provide a foundational understanding of the contents of the Produce Safety rule including required programs and records, as well as recommended best practices which are based on existing GAP (good agricultural practices) programs.
A sample agenda is available for download here.
Preventive Controls Qualified Individual
Safe Food Alliance has lead trainers for the FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) Preventive Controls Qualified Individual Training (PCQI), designed by the as described by the FDA. This two-and-a-half day training, designed to help meet FDA requirements, will provide direction to create a Food Safety Plan which complies with the Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Foods requirements.
Additional FSMA Trainings
Foreign Supplier Verification Program Training
The course is taught by FSPCA Lead Instructors for the Foreign Supplier Verification Programs (FSVP) course. The course will provide the foundational knowledge regarding how to implement the requirements of the “FSVP” rule (“Foreign Supplier Verification Programs for Importers of Food for Humans and Animals”) published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
To help you get up to speed with FSMA, Safe Food Alliance’s food safety professionals can conduct an analysis of your food facility and identify areas of concern or non-compliance. We can help you build HACCP plans, and develop a prioritized road map to assist you with FSMA compliance. Our team can provide:
- A detailed gap analysis
- Direct assistance preparing required documents, monitoring forms and facility registration
- Supply chain and product traceability assistance
- Assistance in identifying and implementing preventive controls
- HACCP vs. HARPC