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Developing and implementing FSMA preventive controls for human food training from SGS – gain an understanding of the practical implementation of the FSMA rule on preventive controls for human food.

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The FSMA Preventive Controls for Human Food rule (PC Human Food rule) requires food facilities to have a food safety plan in place that includes an analysis of hazards and risk based preventive controls. Our course will show you how to implement the FSMA rule.

Why choose FSMA preventive controls implementation training from SGS?

This course will show you how to comply with the FSMA’s requirements by conducting hazard analysis, identifying and managing preventive controls, and developing documentation. It covers the practical implementation of the PC Human Food rule, including GMPs (Subpart B), hazard analysis, preventive controls and food safety plan. It uses case studies and practical examples.

The course is aimed at those seeking guidance on the practical implementation of the FSMA PC Human Food rule.

Prerequisites

It is recommended that students taking this course have prior knowledge of GMPs, HACCP or experience with food safety systems.

Course details

  • Duration: 2.5 days
  • Accreditation: SGS
  • Delivery methodology: face to face, instructor-led virtual (online) training

Upon completion of the course, you will receive an SGS certificate.

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To find out more about our training in developing and implementing FSMA preventive controls for human foods, contact us today.