Event Date: September 2, 2020
Does your team need a refresher on developing a food defense plan? Do you have leadership teams looking to acquire a better understanding of their responsibility for ensuring food defense?
Food facilities covered by the Intentional Adulteration Rule are required to develop and implement a defense plan that identifies vulnerabilities and mitigation strategies. Operations not covered by the rule, such as meat processors, are often required to include food defense as a component of their food safety certifications.
Developing, implementing and evaluating a food defense plan involves a systematic approach.
This succinct webinar will review the Intentional Adulteration Rule, cover the main components of a solid plan, and provide resources for how you can build your plan or review the validity of your current plan.
Who Should Attend:
- Food safety personnel looking for a refresher on food defense and intentional adulteration
- Leadership wishing to gain a better understanding of their role in supporting their company’s food defense program
- Food processing risk management personnel
September 2, 2020
12:00 – 12:45 pm
Consultant Food Safety
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Director of Food & Agribusiness
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