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FDA FSMA Preventive Controls Inspection Hot Buttons for 2022

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FDA FSMA Preventive Controls Inspection Hot Buttons for 2022

Time: January 13, 2022 from 10am to 1pm
Location: online
Street: Compliance Online
City/Town: Palo Alto
Website or Map: https://www.complianceonline.…
Phone: 8887172436
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Complianceonline
Latest Activity: Jan 3, 2022

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Event Description

This course will look at the new FDA direction and other programs aimed at transforming food safety in 2022 and beyond, including how to manage #483 violations for non-compliances.

Why Should You Attend:

FDA implemented the new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), including the hazard analysis and risk-based preventive in 2016 to help industry manage potential hazards in producing safe food products. Along the way, implementation has taken a few twists and turns, including side-tracking with a pandemic.

So, what have we learned along the way and where is the FDA now focused with Food Safety improvements? FSMA places primary responsibility on the owners and operators of food facilities to identify and control hazard risks, and intentionally grants facilities considerable flexibility in designing and implementing their food safety plans. However, not all the industry has stepped up to mitigate risks effectively.

Key FSMA takeaway points are covered, with requirements overview explained with the minimal recommendations for successful FSMA compliance. Key Essentials to examine your own playbook, the Food Safety Plan (HARPC) are teased out in detail.

Documentation needs with an in-depth review of Preventative Controls the main focus of FSMA for food processors and mandatory Supply chain Preventative Controls are explained as well.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Expectations covered for new 2022 FSMA Audit by Regulators
  • Hazard Analysis Risk Preventative Controls (HARPC) or Food Safety Plan basics covered from FDA identified gaps perspective
  • New World Post FSMA, understanding new regulations
  • COVID, a Bump in the Road or a New Normal
  • Robust Food Safety Plan, Know Your Site and Programs, what you need for your own Food Safety Plan
  • Required Documentation
  • Sanitation Program to mitigate risks and watch-outs
  • Environmental Monitoring Programs Essentials
  • Other Needed Risk Mitigation Programs
  • Employee Training Program Importance
  • Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA)
  • Understanding Verification vs. Validation Programs
  • Supplier Programs, recommended minimization requirements
  • Next Steps

Who Will Benefit:

  • PCQI, Food Safety Teams, QA, Plant leadership, OPS, Regulatory, R & D, Sanitation Teams, supervisors, front line leaders, maintenance leaders, technicians, auditors

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