Successfully Transition from HACCP to a FSMA-Compliant Food Safety Plan

Make sure your Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points plan (HACCP) is modified and in compliance if you're planning to use it to meet FSMA's hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls requirements. Under new FSMA rules, some 85,000 food manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and 300,000 in foreign countries must comply with new food safety regulations. Many of these facilities have a HACCP plan that will need to be revamped to meet additional preventive controls criteria. This requirement is outlined in Part 117 — Current Good Manufacturing Practice, Hazard Analysis, and Risk-Based Preventive Controls, designed to assist food manufacturing, storage, distribution and contact packaging facilities in completing a HACCP plan. 

It is vital that your facility’s food safety plan meets these compliance requirements — your business depends on. The good news is you don’t have to feel your way in the dark. AIB International offers the HACCP Integration for FSMA Compliance Webinar Series, a trusted resource for understanding FSMA’s preventive controls requirements and updating your HACCP plan. 

It's a powerful new way to enhance your HACCP plan and manage additional hazards, assign appropriate preventive controls, provide justification, and identify responsible parties -- all at the same time.  

It's a powerful new way to enhance your HACCP plan and manage additional hazards, assign appropriate preventive controls, provide justification, and identify responsible parties -- all at the same time.  

This 2 1/2- hour webinar is available on demand. Senior management employees, HACCP teams, compliance personnel and others will review and compare HACCP to the new FSMA regulatory requirements, as well as learn how to transition to compliance.

Course participants will cover various critical topics in food safety planning, including: 

  • the scope and content of the Preventive Controls for Human Food Rule (PCHF) Food Safety Plan
  • the different levels of “qualified individuals” training and management requirements. 
  • applying available FDA guidance documents while developing a food safety plan
  • reassessing and aligning HACCP’s five preliminary steps with the PCHF Food Safety Plan requirements
  • understanding Food Safety Plan implementation records requirements
  • considering the implications of other FSMA rules in developing a compliant Food Safety Plan

All this information from AIB’s industry experts directly to your staff, for only $295. Be secure in your FSMA compliance and move toward the future with confidence. Click here to enroll in the HACCP Integration for FSMA Compliance Webinar Series today. 

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