This 20-hour workshop provides attendees with a firm understanding of the principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP), and how HACCP applies to the juice industry. This workshop focuses on Codex HACCP guidelines, Juice HACCP (21 CFR 120), and the Juice Model Tanker Wash Guidelines and Audit Checklist for approved food-grade tanker wash facilities. The agenda for each workshop is customized for the actual attendees based on their operational needs. Attendees are encouraged to bring their company’s HACCP program, as we will provide the opportunity to ask any questions that they may have. Case studies are based on real world examples. This is an excellent opportunity to develop, review and revise your program with expert guidance. Attendees not only gain knowledge of the Preliminary Steps and the HACCP Principles, but also how to apply these to their operations. This workshop is approved by International HACCP Alliance.
Who Will Benefit
Juice processors, JPA-approved tanker wash station staff, managers, supervisors, production staff, HACCP team members, juice tanker wash audit recipients, QA/QC managers, purchasing personnel, maintenance, system implementation associates and any other associates interested in achieving a better understanding of the implementation/maintenance of HACCP programs, FDA Juice HACCP (21 CFR 120) and its realistic application to the industry sector.
What You Will Learn
► Juice HACCP (21 CFR 120) overview and models for practical application
► Ways to customize your Juice HACCP program
► Food safety modernization act overview, FDA compliance, and other regulatory issues
► Understanding the 12 Steps of HACCP – 5 preliminary steps and the 7 principles (12 step approach)
► Enhanced understanding of prerequisite programs and their role in an effective Juice HACCP Program
► Necessary tools for developing, implementing, and sustaining a value-added HACCP program
► True benefits of implementing an effective and compliant juice HACCP program
► Prepares the attendee for a juice HACCP FDA audit
► Difference between verification versus validation and how they relate to juice processing facilities and programs