By : Compliance Online
Date : 2012
Location : United States US / Palo Alto
This 90-minute Record Keeping for a Food Recall training will help you understand why records are a key factor in the recall decision and determination process for companies, customers and regulators.
Food Recall, Record Keeping, Food Safety Program, Document Control, Document Retention
Lack of sufficient records erodes confidence in the ability of a company to control food safety. Records are the method by which companies demonstrate an effective HACCP plan and evaluate processes for continuous improvement. Retention of production documentation, self audits and employee training provide evidence of control and enhances the ability of the company’s legal department to mount an effective defense. Recalls can be averted or at least minimized by good record keeping.
This 90-minute training will cover how you can design and implement effective record keeping. We will discuss how you can have data available that identifies the amount of affected inventory, tells the story of how food protection was implemented and document the location of product post processing. The speaker will cover key factors or components that can limit and sometimes prevent a product recall.
Attendees will gain an understanding of:
- What really constitutes an effective record?
- What types of records should be included in the Quality and Food Safety Program?
- How to utilize records to the company's benefit?
- Positive and negative examples.
Areas Covered in the Seminar
- Retention Policy.
- Record design and implementation.
- Batch Sheet Template
- Training Record Template
- Recall/Product Withdrawal summary report with checklist of supporting documentation
Who Will Benefit:
This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all companies that manufacture and distribute food products.
- Operations Managers
- QA Managers
- IT Managers
- Corporate Compliance
- Recall Team Members
Craig Nelson, is founder of Vigilistics, Inc., Mission Viejo, Calif. Nelson has been an automation expert for 20 years, specializing in the food, dairy and beverage industries. Nelson speaks regularly throughout the Americas about food production automation, batching, information systems and regulatory compliance. He also has consulted with the FDA for nearly 15 years, and is an author of many of the technology parts of the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance. Besides authoring with the FDA, Craig teaches the regulatory staff in all 50 states electronic record keeping, pasteurization controls and inspection, and Bioterrorism Act compliance.
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