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Online or Virtual Live
Food Traceability
Plan HACCP

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Food Traceability Plan HACCP Options

Option One:

Virtual Live -

Instructor Led

On ZOOM

$499.00

Option Two:

On your Site or in Los Angeles
125 Pacific Coast Highway
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254

Please Call or Email Alex

Option Three

Online Self Paced

60 Days to Complete

Work at your convenience

$499.00

                Experience Counts

We have had over 20,000 attendees since Professional Food Safety LTD since 1995. Be it HACCP, PCQI, GFSI, Primuslabs, BRC, and ISO22000. We are auditors, consultants, and trainers.

Please feel to Call directly.  Info@professionalfoodsafety.com
773-251-5646

Or
Email
Info@professionalfoodsafety.com

505 North Lake Shore Unit 714

(Lake Point Tower)

Chicago IL 60611

In Plant and On site Trainings

In-house training provides cost-effective and convenient answers for delivering training solutions for small to large groups. Our instructors are qualified leaders in their field, and ensure that all course content builds on the industry’s best practices. We offer a full range of training courses across Quality, Environment, Food Safety plus a range of other courses across Business Improvement and Professional Development. On-Site Training

This option would be self-paced to be finished within 60 days. Alex is available to answer questions. The course will be very interactive and multimedia is used.

The manual and the Exercise Workbook will be shipped free of charge.

Locations of In Person Classes

Location: Holiday Inn
125 Pacific Coast Highway
Hermosa Beach, CA  90254

Location: Chicago Temple Building, 77 W Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602

Food Traceability Plan HACCP

According to Section 204 of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) ,  in December 2022 FDA finalized  21 CFR Part 1 Subpart  S – Requirements for Additional Traceability Records. The requirements established in the Final Rule will help the Agency rapidly and effectively identify recipients of foods to prevent or mitigate foodborne illness outbreaks and address credible threats of serious adverse health consequences or death resulting from foods being adulterated or misbranded. This rule is effective January 20, 2023. Tech-enabled Traceability is also the first of four foundational pillars of the FDA New Era of Smarter Food Safety, the other three being Smarter Tools and Approaches for Prevention and Outbreak Response,  New Business Models and Retail Modernization, and  Food Safety Culture. The Rule established additional recordkeeping requirements for persons who manufacture, process, pack, or hold foods the Agency has designated for inclusion on the Food Traceability List (FTL). The final rule adopts provisions requiring these entities to maintain records called Key Data Elements (KDEs) containing information on Critical Tracking Events (CTEs) in the supply chain for these designated foods. A Critical Tracking Event means an event in the supply chain of a food involving the harvesting, cooling (before initial packing), initial packing of a raw agricultural commodity other than a food obtained from a fishing vessel, first land-based receiving of a food obtained from a fishing vessel, shipping, receiving, or transformation of the food. Key data elements means information associated with a critical tracking event for which a record must be maintained and/or provided in accordance with this subpart.  In addition, the Rule requires that covered entities maintain and provide a Food Traceability Plan. This Food Traceability Plan HACCP course is a comprehensive course in covering all  applicable laws and regulations and assists industry to leverage their globally recognized  HACCP principles to conduct traceability analysis, establish critical tracking events, and  identify associated key data events followed by management components of monitoring, corrective action, verification and record-keeping.

Syllabus

Module 1. Introduction, History, Definitions and Exemptions
Module 2. Food Traceability Plan
Module 3. Procedures for Modified Requirements and Exemptions
Module 4. The FDA Food Traceability List
Module 5. The FDA FSMA Final Rule on Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods
Module 6. The FDA FSMA and Traceability – Section 204
Module 7. The FDA Produce Safety Rule and FDA Traceability Rule
Module 8. The FDA Seafood HACCP Regulation and FDA Traceability Rule
Module 9. The FDA New Era of Smarter Food Safety and Traceability
Module 10. Establishment, Maintenance and Availability of Record (21 CFR Part 1 Subpart J )
Module 11.The FDA Food Traceabiity and Mapping Requirements
Module 12. Application of Prerequisite Programs, Preliminary Steps and HACCP Principles to Food Traceability
Module 13. Preliminary Steps in Developing Food Traceability Plan
Module 14. Application of the First Principle of HACCP to Conducting Food Traceability Analysis
Module 15. Application of the Second Principle of HACCP to Determine Critical Tracking Events (CTEs)
Module 16. Application of the Third Principle of HACCP to Determine Key Data Elements (KDEs)
Module 17. Application of the Fourth Principle of HACCP to Establish Monitoring Procedures at CTEs for KDEs
Module 18. Application of the Fifth Principle of HACCP to Establish Corrective Action Procedures for Deviations from Key Data Type Elements (KDEs) at Critical Tracking Events (CTEs)
Module 19. Application of the Sixth Principle of HACCP to Establish Verification Procedures to verify Compliance with Key Data Elements (KDEs) at Critical Tracking Events
Module 20. Application of the Seventh Principle of HACCP to Establish Record-Keeping and Documentation for All Required Records and Documents

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Phone 773-821-1943

email  info@professionalfoodsafety.com

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