Event Date: March 27, 2019
If your company is looking for an affordable, reliable, and reputable source for basic food safety training that addresses the documented training requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), the FaBsafe Certificate® is a great option.
FSMA requires that all persons in a food or beverage manufacturing facility, regardless of position have documented food safety training. Individuals must receive training in the principles of food hygiene and food safety, including the importance of employee health and hygiene. Training must occur at an appropriate frequency (annually or more often) depending on the food facility and the individual’s assigned duties.
The half day food safety training certificate of completion will include the following five modules, each followed by a quiz:
- Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs or GMPs)
- Employee GMPs and Personal Hygiene
- Sanitation and Environmental Programs
- Food Safety Plan and Hazard Analysis
- Regulatory Compliance with FDA and USDA
Upon successful completion of testing, attendees will receive a renewable and documented food safety training certificate of completion. A FaBsafe Certificate is good for one year and renewable annually. A FaBsafe Certificate® does not replace training specific to the food or beverage manufacturer you work for, but does offer a foundation of food safety training that may be applied to any food manufacturing environment.
March 27th, 2019
828 John Nolen Drive
Madison, WI 53713
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Currently employed individuals working for a food, beverage or ingredients manufacturer or commissary, or individuals looking to pursue a career or job in food and beverage manufacturing.
FaB Members: $79
Includes training, coursebook, and refreshments
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn directly from the certificate’s developer, Pat Werner. Pat is director of food safety, quality, and compliance for FaB Wisconsin. She comes to her role with more than 30 years of industry experience, including plant management and product development management, most recently with Chr. Hansen. Pat earned her bachelor’s degree in biology from Western Illinois University and her MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
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