Implementing SQF Fundamentals

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Private Group

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SCS trainers can provide an interactive webinar for your team – engage associates and partners from multiple facilities! We will also come to your facility for in-person training as permitted by COVID-19 restrictions.

Recommended for groups of 6 or more. Choose from a wide range of courses or a customized training.

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  • Course Details

This 16-hours training has been developed by SQFI to provide knowledge on the Fundamentals Program for Food Manufacturing requirements. This program has been prepared for small- and medium-sized companies who don’t yet have a robust food safety management system in place or want to be sure their existing program meets the expectations of retailers and want to start their certification journey.

Participants of the Implementing SQF Fundamentals Code will be guided through the foundational programs that, along with their food safety plan, make up the SQF Fundamentals Code: product specifications, facility construction and maintenance, sanitation, personal hygiene and cross-contamination, approved suppliers, product identification and traceability and the internal audit plan.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the SQF Fundamentals Program
  • Determine where the site is in the certification journey
  • Gain knowledge in the 7 core Food Safety Fundamentals Programs
  • Develop the 7 core Fundamental Programs
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Who Should Attend:

Managers, supervisors, HACCP team members and industry members needing a better understanding of HACCP and Food Safety Plan development.


None. This is a basic food safety training.

Attendees are encouraged to bring redacted copies of their own documents to immediately apply the tools and techniques discussed in class. Attendees who are not yet manufacturing product can work alongside their teammates using the product selected by their group.