Intentional Adulteration – Conducting Vulnerability Assessments | Aug 13, 2020

Date & Time

Aug. 13, 2020 / 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Price

$ 550.00

Location

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) final rule is aimed at preventing intentional adulteration from acts intended to cause wide-scale harm to public health, including acts of terrorism targeting the food supply.  This “live” food defense course is taught by a qualified FSPCA lead instructor that has gone through a qualification process which includes a review of professional food defense experience, an entrance exam and a presentation skills assessment.

Individuals who complete this course will get a certificate from FSPCA which will be recognized by FDA for meeting the requirements of having a qualified individual responsible for conducting vulnerability assessments and mitigating intentional adulteration risks.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO LEARN

Attendees for this course will learn the following:
  • Overview of Food Defense measures
  • Vulnerability assessment preliminary steps
  • How to consider inherent characteristics in your operation
  • Consideration of an inside attacker
  • Element 1: Evaluating the potential health impact of potential adulteration
  • Element 2: Evaluating the degree of physical access to the product
  • Element 3: Evaluating the ability of an inside attacker to successfully contaminate product
  • Identifying actionable process steps
  • Using the hybrid method

BEFORE YOU BOOK

Attendees are strongly encouraged to take the FSPCA online Key Activity Types course before attending this course.  The KAT course can be found here  KAT Online Course.

Two reasons to register for your seat today:

  1. This very informative 1-Day course will provide you with a food defense certificate from FSPCA indicating that you have learned the skills necessary to be a “Qualified Individual” for conducting vulnerability assessments in compliance with the Intentional Adulteration Rule.
  2. The Hybrid Method – As soon as you learn this method, you will quickly realize that this is a great approach that reduces time of completion for vulnerability assessments while still allowing you to focus on those steps that have the greatest risk for intentional adulteration. Great Method!

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