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Sanitary Warehousing & Distribution for FSMA

Course Description: Risk-based prevention relevant to your warehousing and distribution activities. The training highlights GMP requirements and other essential prerequisite programs, as well as applicable FSMA regulations.

  • Food Safety Hazards – Biological, chemical, physical hazards overview, factors that impact growth of biological hazards, & control measures
  • PCHF Subpart B - Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs 21 CFR 117 Subpart B): personnel, plant and grounds, sanitary operations and sanitary facilities and controls, equipment, and production and process controls.
  • PCHF Subpart C – Preventive Controls, contrasted with HACCP
  • Sanitary Transport Rule
  • Intentional Adulteration Rule

Delivery format: One day live training (public or onsite at client’s facility) or 2 day webinar with interactive exercises and discussion, led by qualified Preventive Controls approved lead trainer.

  • Current Courses
  • Sept. 11-12: Webinar: 10am-1pm PTRegister
SCS Training Fee

Registration Fee: $425/person. Discounts apply for early bird, multiple attendee and multiple course registrations.
Fees include: instructor-led training, downloadable presentation, and Certificate of Completion.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Define the requirements of applicable FSMA regulations
  • Update your food safety or HACCP program in compliance with the FSMA’s Preventive Controls for Human Food and Sanitary Transport rules.

Who should attend: Managers, supervisors and employees of manufacturing, warehouse, distribution, and transportation companies seeking an understanding of preventive controls, HACCP, sanitary transport, intentional adulteration, and food safety plan development.

Industries: Manufacturing, warehouse and distribution operations, including cold storage; and transportation companies.

Recommended Prerequisite(s): Knowledge of GMPs