Who Must Comply with the Hazard Analysis and Preventive Controls Rule? Facilities required to register with FDA under section 415 of the Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act and/or Registration of Food Facilities (21 CFR part 1, subpart H; the section 415 registration regulations) must comply if they manufacture process, pack or hold food intended for animals. Compliance with the cGMP portion of this rule becomes mandatory for large firms in September 2016. Compliance dates are staggered with cGMP compliance required first, then giving additional time to comply with the Preventive Controls requirements. Other firms may have additional time to comply based on the number of employees and dollar amount of revenue generated from sales of animal food.
WHO WILL BENEFIT?
Quality, Food Safety, and HACCP managers, food safety HACCP team leaders and team members; those responsible for compliance, quality assurance managers, sanitation managers, regulatory managers, and any associates responsible for specific GFSI compliance and FSMA preventive controls for animal food manufacture including both primary products or by-products. Experienced food safety managers may learn about new and different information related to their areas of expertise.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- An understanding of the requirements of FSMA Preventive Controls for Animal Food and how to determine whether application is required for your organization (processors, feed mills, suppliers to the pet food and animal feed industry).
- Criteria used to identify and implement specific preventive controls.
- Practical applications, common challenges, and pitfalls
This course is offered at our professional training facility located in beautiful Orlando, Florida. Refer to the registration descriptions for locations, dates and times. If you are interested in having us present a customized workshop specifically designed for your organization at your site, please call us at (407) 290-2754.