FDA’s New Food Safety Regulations - Part One - Webinar CD/Transcript
FDA’s New Food Safety Regulations, Part One: Understanding “Preventive Controls for Human/Animal Food”
Most manufacturers required to register with the FDA as a food facility must now create a specific written food safety plan.
Major steps in the plan include conducting a hazard analysis and designing preventive controls. To allow flexibility for a manufacturer to design a safety plan which meets the unique needs of both its food product and facility, the rule is left intentionally vague — in fact, the FDA has declined to provide a sample plan.
During this presentation you will learn:
- The FDA’s “Seven Pillars” and the schedule for their implementation
- What your food safety plan must include
- Who is a preventative controls qualified individual
Depending on the size of your business, you may have less than a year left to comply with these rules. The smallest businesses (less than $1 million in sales annually) and those subject to the pasteurized milk ordinance have three years from the release of the regulations. Businesses with fewer than 500 full-time employees have two years; anyone larger has only one.
This is part one of a two part series on the FDA’s New Food Safety Regulations. Click here for more information on part two.
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