Understanding the FDA Food Traceability Rule Workshop

Understanding the FDA Food Traceability Rule Workshop

Provides an overview of the Traceability Rule with applicable practical exercises.

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Learning Objectives:

  • Define Traceability
  • Identify Critical Tracking Events (CTEs)
  • Identify Key Data Elements (KDEs)
  • Determine when to apply the Traceability Lot Code
  • Become familiar with the Traceability Plan requirements
  • Identify the records needed in the Traceability Plan

Who Should Attend:

Supply chain professionals, Quality Professionals, Warehouse and Distribution Professionals that work in companies that harvest, receive, transform, ship or sale foods that listed in the Food Trace List.



Instructor-Led Live

Webinar Price: Starting at $275

In November 2022, the U.S. FDA issued a final food traceability rule, which establishes additional traceability recordkeeping requirements to facilitate faster identification and rapid removal of potentially contaminated food from the market. This training will enables participants to understand key concepts in the FDA’s Traceability Rule and provides a practical approach to implementing these requirements into their business.


Understanding the FDA Food Traceability Rule Workshop Webinar - June 2023

Microlearning Course

8:30am-12:30pm PST
Starting at $275

Private Group

Classroom / Virtual

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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  • 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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