With the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), all businesses that process, pack, hold or manufacture human food will be required to have food safety plans outlined and supervised by qualified staff. Specifically, the final rule “Preventive Controls for Human Food” of the Food Safety Modernization Act requires that food safety plans must be developed and overseen by a “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual” (PCQI).
ITAC recommends the FDA-recognized standardized 2.5-day training curriculum, developed by the FSPCA, that complies with the qualification requirements for “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual” as defined in the new 21 CFR, 117.3. The course will be held on September 12th, September 18th, and September 25th (half day) in New York City.
After successfully completing this course, participants will receive a certificate signed by the AFDO (Association of Food and Drug Officials), which they can present during FDA inspections to prove competency.
Learn how to develop a compliant food safety plan according to the “Preventive Controls Rule for Human Food”, which includes:
- Hazard analysis
- Preventive controls
- Corrective actions and corrections
- Verification and validation
- Record keeping
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- QA Directors and Managers
- QA Supervisors
- Operations Managers
- GFSI Practitioners
- Individuals responsible for food safety plans
- FDA investigators
Martin Ziegler, lead instructor for FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food, Lead Auditor for ISO/FSSC 22000, BRC, IFS and HACCP, and International Hygiene Trainer will be conducting all three sessions.
Cost: $950/participant* for all 3 sessions, and this includes the official FSPCA training materials and certificate fees.
Dates: September 12th, September 18th, and September 25th (half day).
Location: TBD (will be in New York City)
Space is limited, click here for more information or to sign up!