Food Defense, Food Fraud & Crisis Management

Food Defense, Food Fraud & Crisis Management

This course provides an overview of Food Defense and Food Fraud. Meet the requirements of the FSMA Preventive Controls Rule for a documented Recall Plan during this engaging, interactive training.

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Learning Objectives:

  • Define Food Defense and Food Fraud
  • Identify the difference between Food Safety, Food Defense and Food Fraud
  • Recognize your role in the prevention of intentional adulteration of your products
  • Identify the threats that you may encounter
  • Implement the adequate measures to prevent any threats that present that can result in a food safety incident
  • Assess your readiness to manage a crisis situation

Who Should Attend:

Production, Supervisors, Managers, Procurement, R&D, and any Industry members



Instructor-Led Live

Webinar Price: $550

This course is currently available as a private group training only. Contact us for more information and a quote.

This 8-hour interactive course teaches best practices and enables participants to assess their readiness for food defense, facility and employee protection, and crisis situations, providing best practices related to security and crisis management. Identify and mitigate food fraud vulnerabilities.

Private Group

Classroom / Virtual
Save when you have 6 or more team members for training. SCS trainers can present a live, interactive webinar for your team or, when safe, come to your facility. Contact us to discuss options, get a quote and schedule a training for your team.
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  • I would like to thank SCS for their fine training program. It’s our preference to send our employees to in-person trainings, but with restrictions set by Covid in 2020 we understand why SCS conducts classes via webinar. Our employees said the setup and webinars were both informative and well-paced and felt they were as close to being in-person as possible.

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