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FDA FSMA Required Training for Carrier Personnel Engaged in Food Transportation Operations

Recorded Webinar | John Ryan | From: Aug 01, 2017 - To: Sep 30, 2017
Description

Awareness of potential food safety problem, sanitary transportation, practices and responsibilities Under the FDA FSMA rules for food transportation

The final rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods establish training requirements for all carrier personnel committed to shipper food transportation operation responsibilities. This session will include:

  1. Awareness of Potential Food Safety Problems that May Occur During Food Transportation
  2. Responsibilities of the Carrier Under the Final FDA FSMA Rules on the Transportation of Human and Animal Foods
  3. Basic Sanitary Transportation Practices to Address Potential Problems That May Occur During Food Transportation Processes 

Over 84,000 food shippers, carriers, and receivers are impacted by this new law and most have less than one year for full compliance.  This new law may require significant changes to procedures currently employed for food transportation operations, personnel, vehicles, containers, trailers tools and equipment used in food transportation.  The final rules have now established the law which has significant differences from earlier published proposed food transportation rules, laws and guidance documents.  Self-reporting of compliance failures is required as are critical shipper-carrier agreements for data, records, and reporting.

The training covers the Final Rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods (now law) as published by the Food and Drug Administration under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

Class - 1: Responsibilities of the Carrier Under the Final FDA FSMA Rules on the Transportation of Human and Animal Foods

Length: 60 minutes | Time: 12:00 PM EST to 1:00 PM EST

  • Understand US FDA FSMA Law for the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods
  • Understand changes from the proposed FDA FSMA rules
  • Know the different requirements for shippers, carriers, and receivers
  • Know who is exempted
  • Understand the FDA waiver requirements

Class - 2: Basic Sanitary Transportation Practices to Address Potential Problems That May Occur During Food Transportation Processes

Length: 60 minutes | Time: 01:15 PM EST to 2:15 PM EST

  • Understand basic management, preventive control, sanitation, temperature monitoring and traceability and training standards
  • Help to write and implement appropriate container procedures (truck, trailer, sanitation, testing, container traceability and temperature monitoring)
  • Learn to keep appropriate records
  • Understand the transportation food safety audit and certification process
  • Help to establish preventive controls
  • Understand how to collect, analyze and take preventive action using statistical data

Class - 3: Awareness of Potential Food Safety Problems that May Occur During Food Transportation

Length: 60 minutes | Time: 02:30 PM EST to 3:30 PM EST

  • Understand basic bacterial, chemical and physical hazards
  • Know what prevention means
  • Know how tools and equipment, pallets, trays, bins, gaskets, hoses, load and unload systems, vehicles, containers, and trailers can contaminate foods
  • Understand the impact of temperature variation on food safety and food quality
  • Know what conditions occur in transportation operations that may cause bacterial growth
  • Be able to prevent cross contamination
  • Know what missing records can mean
  • Know what action to take if a reefer fails or a container is out of acceptable maintenance condition
  • Understand accident protocols
  • Be able to participate in recalls  

Why should you attend?

The final rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods establish training requirements for all carrier personnel committed to shipper food transportation operation responsibilities.   This training is not “maybe” training but is REQUIRED for all carrier personnel engaged in transportation operations upon hiring and as needed thereafter if the carrier has responsibilities for sanitation, temperature control, and associated documentation.

What are carriers exempt from these training requirements?

  1. Carriers with an average annual income less than $500,000 requirements.
  2. Carriers of food completely enclosed by a container
  3. Carriers of live food animals, except molluscan shellfish
  4. Carriers whose shippers will assume carrier responsibilities under the rules

Who will benefit:

  • All carrier transportation operations employees of foods not completely enclosed by a container engaged in food transportation operations whether or not the food is being offered for or enters interstate commerce
  • Interstate, intrastate and import food carrier personnel
  • Business food supply chain owners
  • Food Compliance Professionals
  • Food Manages
  • Food Buyers
  • Food transportation Supervisors
  • Internal food safety audit team members
  • Food transportation operations Load and Unload Personnel
  • Trailer, container and vehicle Maintenance Personnel
  • Food Safety Employees
  • Food supply New business development, sales, and marketing specialists
  • Food Inspectors
  • Food Trainers

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