Food Defense and Intentional Adulteration: What’s Your Plan?
Part 1 of a 3 part series – Free Webinar
Compliance dates for the FDA’s Mitigation strategies to prevent intentional adulteration have come and gone. Under the rule, every covered facility is required to prepare and implement a food defense plan. Is your food processing operation compliant? Are your teams prepared? In this one hour webinar we’ll discuss the key components of the final rule as well as tools available to help get your teams on the path to compliance.
You’ll learn the basics of:
- Key activity types
- Conducting the vulnerability assessment
- FDA food defense plan builder
- Monitoring Activities
- Corrective Actions
Who should attend:
- Food Plant Quality Managers
- Food Plant Managers
- Owners of Food Plants
- Members of HACCP teams
Peg Dorn, WMEP Manufacturing Food Safety Consultant – Peg brings over twenty years of experience in the food industry as a Quality Systems Manager. Duties included performing internal auditing, writing SOPs, writing an approving corrective actions, preparing export documentation, and participation in food and pharmaceutical audits. Peg spent two years as a third party auditor for NSF international.
She has performed certification and non-certification audits for a variety of food companies including dairy, meat, confectionary, ingredients, cold storage, food contact packaging, and others. Peg spent an additional two years as an independent consultant helping companies prepare for FDA and third party audits.