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  • Transformation Technologies and Translational Research Symposium

  • Implementing the SQF Food Safety Code for Manufacturing (ed. 8)

    More and more food manufacturers and foodservice operators are seeking to implement Safe Quality Food (SQF) systems to improve their operations, protect consumers and meet the demands of food buyers. Taught by experienced SQF trainers, this two-day Ecolab course leads participants through the material, using practical exercises that reinforce learning. Ecolab is an Officially Licensed SQF Training Center.

  • Implementing SQF Systems-Manufacturing Edition 8

    Course Description: As a licensed SQF training center, Eurofins enables suppliers to gain further insight on the application of the SQF code within their own facility. This comprehensive course focuses on learning how to implement the Safe Quality Food (SQF) scheme. Learning Objectives: -Understanding the SQF code -Promote knowledge base to facilitate the successful implementation of an SQF system -Utilize a HACCP based approach to managing food safety. Prerequisite Programs: HACCP Who should attend? Food Safety Managers, Internal food suppliers, food safety auditors, quality assurance, quality control, regulatory affairs manager department supervisors, or anyone who is interested in becoming an SQF practitioner and advancing their SQF knowledge of food safety and quality management systems.
  • Label Promotion of Drugs and Medical Devices

    Overview: This session sets the context for the off-label promotion of medical products starting with early history and moving to the most recent history of FDA's decision on guidance documents. Why should you Attend: This class presents the latest FDA, industry & patient thinking to assist manufacturers in enhancing the predictability, consistency, and transparency of off-label promotion of medical products, and describing in greater detail the regulatory framework, policies, and practices underlying such a decision. Areas Covered in the Session: Snake Oil Salesmen and the FDA FDA: between patients and industry Off-Label Promotions and First Amendment Issues Federal Register History of the current guidance documents Who Will Benefit: Quality Managers Quality Engineers Regulatory Affairs Regulatory Attorneys Doctors Health Insurance Small Business Owners Speaker Profile: Angela Bazigos Seasoned Executive with 40 years of experience in the Life Sciences & Healthcare Industries. Positions include Chief Compliance Officer http://morflearning.com/angelabazigos/. Experience combines Quality Assurance, Regulatory Compliance, Business Administration, Information Technology, Project Management, Clinical Lab Science, Turnarounds and Business Development. Event Fee: One Dial-in One Attendee Price: US$150.00 Contact Detail: Compliance4All DBA NetZealous, Phone: +1-800-447-9407 Email: support@compliance4All.com
  • IAFP European Symposium on Food Safety

    Since 2005, IAFP's European symposium has been shaping the future of food safety by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas with colleagues from across Europe working in industry, government and academia. The Symposium is an excellent forum to gain knowledge about the latest developments and techniques in food science and safety. The symposium be held 25-27 April 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Advanced SQF Practitioner

    Course Description: This complete course focuses furthering knowledge of corrective action management, root cause analysis, improvements for internal audit programs, and development and implementation of key process indicators. Eurofins is one of the select training centers approved to offer this course. Learning Objectives: -Advanced understanding of the SQF code -Promote knowledge base to facilitate the successful implementation of an SQF system -Incorporate key learning to take back to your facility Prerequisite Programs: -HACCP -Implementing SQF Systems Who should attend? Food Safety Managers, Internal food suppliers, food safety auditors, quality assurance, quality control, regulatory affairs manager department supervisors, or anyone who is interested in becoming an SQF practitioner and advancing their SQF knowledge of food safety and quality management systems.

  • Internal Food Safety Auditor Training

    Course Description: Internal audits are a requirement of all food safety certification schemes (SQF, BRC, FSSC 22000). This course teaches the fundamentals of quality auditing principles, the establishment of food safety and quality criteria, and how to develop and implement an effective internal audit program. Learning Objectives: -Understand the basics of the audit process -Gain insight to auditing techniques and effective tactics -Create well-written audit reports and effectually follow through with corrective actions -Promote knowledge base to conduct thorough internal audits that add value to your food safety and quality plan Who should attend? Intended for those that are looking to improve and/or implement their facility’s internal audit program as well as those interested in gaining more knowledge of the internal auditor requirement set forth by GFSI schemes. Those involved in the industry include; Internal Food Safety Auditors, Second party auditors, Quality Control/Assurance personnel, Production Management/Supervisors, and Consultants.

  • 2018 ADPI/ABI Annual Conference

  • Food Safety Net Services (FSNS) SQF Training Course

  • SQF Training Course

    Provided by an SQF licensed trainer, this course prepares participants to meet the SQF Practitioner requirements as defined in the SQF Code, Edition 7.2. The SQF Vision is to be the single most trusted source for global food safety and quality certification. Participants will receive detailed information for the successful implementation and maintenance of an SQF System. This course applies to all sectors of the food industry including primary production through distribution. We encourage plant management, quality personnel, or anyone that is seeking to be or is a SQF practitioner to take this course.

  • Preventive Controls for Human Food

    This course, developed by the FSPCA, is the standardized curriculum recognized by FDA; successfully completing this course is one way to meet the requirements for a “preventive controls qualified individual” under Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 117. The Preventive Controls for Human Food rule is intended to ensure safe manufacturing, processing, packaging and holding of food products in the United States. Even before the FDA published the final rulings for the Preventive Controls they created the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA). The alliance, originated in 2011 and is a collaboration of the FDA and academia to standardize an education/training program, providing the technical knowledge to the industry on how to work towards compliance with the Preventive Control ruling. The core components of the course are listed below: • Resources for and preliminary steps in developing a food safety plan including GMPs and other prerequisite programs • Hazard analysis and preventive controls determination • Monitoring preventive controls, verification and validation, and corrective actions/corrections, • Supplier Programs and Recall Plans • Record-keeping, and regulatory requirements Upon the successful completion of the course participants will receive a training certificate including the FDA recognition.

  • Food Safety Congress - Gida Guvenligi Kongresi

    IMPORTANT DATES

    Early Registration Deadline 01 March 2018

    Deadline for Abstract Submission 05 February 2018

    Sending Acceptance-Rejection Responses 19 February 2018 

  • Environmental Monitoring for Manufacturing Plants

    Course Description: Covers microbiological hazards, allergens and allergen validation. Including Listeria and Salmonella mapping and sampling selection. Learning Objectives: - Understand the importance of a robust environmental monitoring program - Gain insight to sampling techniques, where to sample and frequency of sampling, target organisms, and data management. - Promote knowledge base to conduct environmental testing that adds value to your food safety and quality plans. Who should attend? Intended for those that are looking to improve and/or implement their facility’s environmental monitoring program as well as those interested in gaining more knowledge of the environmental monitoring requirement set forth by GFSI schemes. Those involved in the industry include; Quality Control/Assurance personnel, Production Management/Supervisors, Sanitation personnel, and Consultants.

  • HACCP For Food Processors

    This course is recognized by the International HACCP Alliance, focusing on providing easy to understand steps to implementing a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system. Eurofins training is based on the Codex Alimentarius HACCP guidelines which form the foundation for future Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) approved food safety schemes. Learning Objectives: -Understand the 7 principles of HACCP -Learn how to conduct a Hazard Analysis effectively Who should attend? Food Safety Managers, quality assurance, quality control, regulatory affairs managers, department supervisors, HACCP team, or anyone who is interested in learning more about HACCP in the food processors industry.
  • HACCP Training Course

    This event is sponsored by Food Safety Net Services.

  • Implementing SQF Systems-Manufacturing Edition 8

    Course Description: As a licensed SQF training center, Eurofins enables suppliers to gain further insight on the application of the SQF code within their own facility. This comprehensive course focuses on learning how to implement the Safe Quality Food (SQF) scheme. Learning Objectives: -Understanding the SQF code -Promote knowledge base to facilitate the successful implementation of an SQF system -Utilize a HACCP based approach to managing food safety. Prerequisite Programs: HACCP Who should attend? Food Safety Managers, Internal food suppliers, food safety auditors, quality assurance, quality control, regulatory affairs manager department supervisors, or anyone who is interested in becoming an SQF practitioner and advancing their SQF knowledge of food safety and quality management systems.

  • Microbial Challenge Testing Workshop

  • Microbiology and Food Safety Course

    This event is sponsored by Food Safety Net Services.

  • Food Plant Microbiology & Hazards 101

    Course Description: This course reviews the microbiological ecology of a food manufacturing facility, introduction and description of microbial, as well as chemical and physical food safety hazards. In addition, it identifies how different environments and products can select for certain food safety hazards. Learning Objectives: -Recognize top food safety hazards -Develop and implement control strategies selective to facility -Understand source and importance of previous food safety incidents -Increase knowledge of microbiological criteria to conduct effective sampling plans Who should attend? Intended for those that are looking to improve and/or implement their facility’s food safety program as well as those interested in gaining more knowledge of the potential food safety hazards within the industry today. Those involved in the industry include; Quality Control/Assurance personnel, Production Management/Supervisors, and Facility Personnel.

  • Internal Food Safety Auditor Training

    Course Description: Internal audits are a requirement of all food safety certification schemes (SQF, BRC, FSSC 22000). This course teaches the fundamentals of quality auditing principles, the establishment of food safety and quality criteria, and how to develop and implement an effective internal audit program. Learning Objectives: -Understand the basics of the audit process -Gain insight to auditing techniques and effective tactics -Create well-written audit reports and effectually follow through with corrective actions -Promote knowledge base to conduct thorough internal audits that add value to your food safety and quality plan Who should attend? Intended for those that are looking to improve and/or implement their facility’s internal audit program as well as those interested in gaining more knowledge of the internal auditor requirement set forth by GFSI schemes. Those involved in the industry include; Internal Food Safety Auditors, Second party auditors, Quality Control/Assurance personnel, Production Management/Supervisors, and Consultants.