OCT 08

2-day In-person Seminar on Leadership Certification Training: Transportation Food Safety and Quality for Shippers, Carriers and Receivers at San Diego, CA

LEADERSHIP CERTIFICATION TRAINING   

Conference CFP

  

 

When:

  08 Oct 2015 through 09 Oct 2015

Where:

  San Diego, United States

Website URL:

  http://goo.gl/jKy8cY

Sponsoring organization:

  NetZealous LLC - GlobalCompliancePanel

Categories:

  Medicine & Health > Pharmaceutical/Medicinal

Event description:

Overview: In order to qualify as a food safety transportation leader, you will need to understand what and how to implement FDA FSMA rules on the sanitary transportation of human and animal foods. This training will include detailed information on these rules and will include food safety topics generally established by FSMA to assist in your company's approach to transportation tools, load, unload, driver and transportation food safety practices across shippers, carriers and receivers. Over 84,000 businesses will be impacted by these new rules. The shift from "transportation food safety guidance" to "rules" means that the FDA now has enforcement powers that did not previously exist and these powers impact food importers and exporters as well as all food shipments intended for food consumed in the United States. We will cover how you can assess your current operations and build a plan and complete system designed to meet customer and FDA FSMA requirements. Why should you attend? Most current food safety standards and facility audits do not protect food from adulteration during food transportation processes. With the FDA's publication of the Proposed Rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods, it is clear that food container tracking, sanitation, temperature control, and record keeping are becoming legal food supply chain issues requiring internal shipper, carrier and receiver food company control. This critical transportation food safety component must be added to your overall company food safety plan and implementation schedule. On average food delivered to US consumers travels over 2000 miles from the farm to the consumer. Your customers and new FSMA rules will require new logistics leaders to become certified to help companies meet new and challenging FDA food safety maintenance and transportation process requirements. Perishable foods not completely enclosed by a container will be impacted during load, unload and movement in trucks, by rail or even in bins, containers, ships, or as part of air freight. Control over the tools used in your distribution processes and drivers will also be required. If your company transports or causes food to be transported, you can become certified to lead and prepare your company to meet new transportation standards designed to prevent adulteration of food on the move. Get trained and certified, stay on top of new FSMA rules, and prepare your company to build implementation teams who will standardize food transportation processes across all company locations. This 2 day seminar will provide attendees with a certificate from TransCert at the Sanitary Cold Chain. A complete documentation system and container checklist is included. Areas Covered in the Session: • Earn personal transportation food safety certification to add to your resume and prepare for promotion • Lead others to standardizes processes across multiple distribution locations • Gain a competitive advantage for future job opportunities • Be the leader in meeting new FDA transportation food safety rules • Show your company how to reduce transportation liability • Lead your company to meet new buyer requirements • Help your company to ensure retailers that transportation suppliers comply with food safety standards and quality and regulatory requirements • Learn to lay out specific guidelines to impact basic business processes • Be a leader in improving customer relationships • Be proactive in meeting FDA FSMA and international transportation food safety regulations • Satisfy food producer requirements for sanitation, temperature controls, and traceability • Guide your company in increasing exporting opportunities • Teach others to establish risk-based and preventive applications • Show your company how to gain efficiencies through cost-effective solutions • Lead cost reductions including waste/scrap/and other hard $ measures • Find continuous improvement opportunities in safe food transportation Who will benefit: • Food Quality Managers and Directors • Food Safety Team Leaders Members Identified on Organizational Charts • Food Safety Personnel • Food Quality Managers and Directors • Food Logistics Managers and Directors • Employees Selected to Lead Transportation Process Improvements • Promotion and Job Seekers Responsible for Food Transportation Processes • Food Safety and Quality Team Members • Food Quality Personnel Agenda: Day 1 Schedule: Lecture 1: Introduction to planning issues, FDA/FSMA Proposed Rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods Lecture 2: Hazard and risk analysis based on the type of food your company transports - Planning using HARPC (hazard analysis, risk-based preventive controls).Understanding the difference between corrective action and preventive action. Lecture 3: Standards (Management, Sanitation, Temperature Monitoring and Traceability, Maintanance. HARPC Planning and Implementation Lecture 4: Cross Contamination in Transportation Processes, Assessment using the Container Checklist, Procedures, and Short Food Movement Processes Day 2 Schedule: Lecture 5: Recall and Traceability, Electronic Record Keeping, Documentation System, System Implementation, Future Issues Lecture 6: Company Planning - You will work on a complete plan to take back to your company. Lecture 7: Company Planning Continued - You will work on a complete plan to take back to your company. Speaker: Dr. John Ryan QA Administrator, Hawaii State Department of Agriculture Dr. John Ryan is the president of TransCert.com and holds a Ph.D. in research and statistical methods. He has recently retired from his position as the administrator for the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture's Quality Assurance Division where he headed up Hawaii's commodity inspection, food safety certification and measurement standards service groups. His latest book published is "Guide to Food Safety during Transportation: Controls, Standards and Practices" is now offered by Elsevier Press. Location: San Diego, California Date: October 8th & 9th, 2015 Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Diego Downtown 1646 Front Street, San Diego, California, 92101, USA Price: $1,295.00 (Seminar for One Delegate) Register now and save $200. (Early Bird) Until September 10,Early Bird Price: $1,295.00 From September 11 to October 06, Regular Price: $1,495.00 Contact Information: Net Zealous LLC, DBA GlobalCompliancePanel 161 Mission Falls Lane, Suite 216, Fremont, CA 94539, USA USA Phone: 800-447-9407 Fax: 302-288-6884 support@globalcompliancepanel.com http://www.globalcompliancepanel.com Event Registration Link: http://goo.gl/jKy8cY

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