What to Expect with the New FSMA Internal Adulteration Regulation
Product ID : GINA-0017
Level : Intermediate
Duration : 90 Minutes
President, QAS, (Quality Assurance Strategies, LLC), private
consultation for the Food and Beverage Industry specializing in Global
Food Safety and Quality with expertise in Regulatory Compliance, Prop
65, Business Integration and Due Diligence. Formerly, Vice President,
Food Safety (Officer), Weston Foods (WF), a GWL Canadian company and
North American leader in bakery products. Transformed organization toward World-Class Excellence for Food Safety within four years by framing Food Safety Roadmap Strategy. This included fast-tracking to
FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act), SFCA (Safe Foods for Canadian Act)
and new NLEA (Nutrition Labeling Education Act) for US and Canada compliance. Over 25+ years of food safety and quality experience, after
holding successively senior positions with Colgate-Palmolive, Coca-Cola,
Bestfoods NA, Unilever, YUM! Brands and Quiznos (Board). Prior to
joining Weston Foods, held the position of Quality Director with Mondelez
International (formerly Kraft Foods) in Europe, (Zurich, Switzerland)
and Cadbury as QA Chocolate Director (Quality, Environmental, and Health
& Safety) for NA/Europe/Global.
IA establishes requirements to prevent or significantly minimize acts intended to cause wide-scale public health harm. The session will explain coverage, summarize requirements for facilities that manufacture, process, pack or hold human food. Also, exemptions will be discussed as well as best practice approaches and Food Defense Qualified Individual detail.
- Food defense plan
- Vulnerability assessment (VA)
- Mitigation strategies
- Procedures for food defense monitoring
- Food defense corrective action procedures
- Food defense verification procedures
- FDA Rollout Plan
Course Level - Basic to Intermediate
Who Should Attend
- Flowers Foods
- Weston Foods
- Red Star Yeast
- All food manufacturers
Why Should You Attend
The webinar will cover the three guidance publications and the status of open items pending on the last of the FSMA foundation regulations. Any organization responsible for food manufacturing under the FDA needs to comply with the new regulations. Three approaches for vulnerability assessment will be explained as well as compliance requirements.
Launched in July 2019 and kicking in 2020, this is a significant added to the list of FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) requirements. The intent is to seamlessly augment existing systems for food manufacturers, however, there are new requirements that must be incorporated.
Compliance dates, requirements, Key Activity Types (KAT), Hybrid Approaches, defining, de-risking and preventing an attacker, mitigation strategies, Fundamental Elements, creating a Food Defense Plan, point, step, or procedure (PSP), actionable process steps (APSs), Vulnerability Assessment, recordkeeping, Training, Food Defense Plan Builder, and other important details will be outlined.