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FSMA Food Safety and Quality Planning

FSMA Food Safety and Quality Planning
The initial Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules are now on the table.  One of the first issues addressed in the rules is a call for the food processors, farms, distributors, handlers, packers, and distributors to develop food safety plans that embrace and define operational hazard analyses and preventive controls.  Additionally, these plans must address process monitoring, corrective action, verification and record keeping.  While there are currently many compliance bodies that provide food safety standards and certification, most of these bodies provide little or no guidance for developing a detailed and comprehensive planning strategy that can be used to meet rule requirements.
This course includes a free paper with the same title.  The training includes planning procedures for incorporating both food safety and food quality plans into a single plan.  Advanced concepts include flow charting, process mapping, critical control point determination, hazard analysis, procedure development, inspection, test and other concepts required for a complete plan.

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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.

Happy Training!