Food Safety Modernization Act was signed into law on January 4, 2011, and provides FDA with sweeping new authorities and requirements. The law was a bipartisan supported bill backed by the food and feed industries. It allows FDA to promulgate new rules for preventive controls, develop performance standards, create new admininstrative detention rules, providing authority for mandatory recall of adulterated products and provides authority for hiring more than 4,000 new field staff among other provisions.
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Join us for this first webinar in our AFIA Webinar Series Food Safety Modernization Act as we give you an overview of FSMA, a history of how this rule came about and who is covered. In addition, key definitions and dates of implementation are in the discussion.
We wil also have an in-depth review of:
Current good manufacturing practices
Building the basics
How to develop a recall plan
Join us for this second webinar in our AFIA Webinar Series Food Safety Modernization Act as we,cover the how to's of completing an animal food safety plan. We will include:
The development of a hazard analysis
Implementation of preventive controls
The role CGMPs can play to mitigate risks.
Additional topics include how to develop an effective supply-chain program.
Join us for this third webinar in our AFIA Webinar Series Food Safety Modernization Act as we discuss records, records and more records! What types of records are required for FSMA compliance and specifically for CGMPs, the animal food safety plan and a company's supply-chain plan.
Animal food facilities also need to prepare for three other FSMA rules:
Foreign Supplier Verification Program
Third-Party Certification and
Sanitary Safe Food Transportation Rule.
This webinar covers the highlights of these additional rules.
Join us for this fourth & final webinar in our AFIA Webinar Series Food Safety Modernization Act as we look at FSMA, from the perspective of pet food and pet food ingredient manufacturing. We will also focus on hazards requiring preventive controls.
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