This is an instructional course for personnel responsible for establishing and maintaining standard procedures for washing and sanitizing containers that are used to move food. Preventing diseases from spreading due to poor sanitation practices
in food transportation processes is critical for companies moving food from one place to another. Vicarious liability laws put the food carrier directly in the path of food safety and quality requirements being established throughout the food industry. Establishing
good preventive sanitation practices is a basic requirement needed to protect suppliers, customers and the public.
The course covers both short (harvest to packing house) and longer (harvest to retail) types of transportation and includes sanitation practices for devices commonly used to move food from one place to another: Trucks, trailers, shipping containers,
pallets, bins, trays, etc.
The course includes downloadable standards, controls, practices, forms and documents to help companies quickly establish their own procedures that are in line with upcoming FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules.
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All of our training sessions are recorded. Because of this, they may take several minutes to download. Please be patient.
Once the presentation is downloaded into your computer, open the power point by double clicking on the power point icon. After opening the power point presentation, click on the first slide so it shows up on your screen. At the top of your screen you will
see the words “Slide Show”. Click on that tab.
Make sure your speakers are turned on and the volume is turned up. On the left top side of your screen you will see a power point icon and the words “From Beginning”. Once you click on that icon, the show will begin automatically. All slides should progress
after the discussion of its contents. If a slide does not automatically go to the next slice, click once on the down arrow on your keyboard.