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FSMA: The Implementation Phase

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1/22/13 to 1/23/13
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The biggest change in food legislation in US history was initiated in January 2011 with the signing of the Food Safety Modernization Act. However, due to the structure of the legislation, many of the specific rules and details were not readily known. As we pass the two-year anniversary of this ground-breaking Act, more details are becoming apparent and it is evident that food companies cannot wait for all the regulations to become published to upgrade their programs to meet the new requirements.

 

AIB's professionals in Food Defense, HACCP, and Foreign Suppliers have collaborated to bring you practical guidance for updating your programs and understanding the evolving relationship between industry and the FDA. The FDA has many new authorities under the Act, and food plant management cannot expect it to be business as usual. This course is designed to help food plant management understand their rights and responsibilities under the new law.

 

The course addresses key questions about records access, whistleblower protection, preventive controls, and use of foreign ingredients. The course covers not only what needs to be done to comply, but how to do it in the best interest of the company and the consumer.

 

We have known about FSMA for two years. Now is the time to move into the implementation phase.

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