SANITATION UNDER FSMA – Workshop in Logan, UT July 25th and 26th 2016
This Utah State University Extension Food Safety Program workshop was created and updated for FSMA to help food manufacturing staff upgrade their knowledge of the science and technology of cleaning and sanitizing, in the FSMA era. This workshop is equally applicable to USDA regulated or small operators that might not yet be subject to FSMA.
Topics: Sanitation in Regulations (GMPs, FSMA, USDA, 483’s, etc), Environmental Microbial Hazards (Salmonella and L. monocytogenes), What is soil? Cleaner Basics. Sanitizer Basics. Sanitation on the offensive (Sanitation programs). Monitoring, record keeping and training.
More: Lectures, discussions and hands-on sessions focus on control of pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms, plant and equipment design, allergen sanitation control, and educational strategies to get your staff integrated into your food safety plan.
Participants receive a USU certificate demonstrating knowledge to management and third party auditors.
Instructor: Dr. Brian Nummer, PhD. 25 years’ experience in food safety! Brian.firstname.lastname@example.org