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Food Safety and Sanitation for Food Plants

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The 2014 Food Safety and Sanitation for Food Plants seminar provides valuable information for the development and management of critical food plant programs. Understanding why and how these programs contribute to helping maintain an environment that allows you to produce safe, legal food products and meet the customer quality expectations is the key to any food plant's success.

This course is excellent for all personnel with food safety and sanitation responsibilities. It provides new information for the entry level supervisor and is great for seasoned managers wanting an update on today's expectations.

New regulations, new products, microbiological concerns, and customer demands challenge personnel responsible for food safety to remain current. Staffing reductions and increased production demands make this seminar a must to help you find more effective, efficient, and cost-saving ways to stay on track.

Seminar participants will receive support materials to use as a reference upon return to the plant.

Participants will have an opportunity to meet with speakers and other participants during a social hour on Monday and Tuesday following the seminar. This relaxed atmosphere allows for one-on-one discussions to help discover solutions to issues you face in your facility.

Who should attend:

Anyone responsible for sanitation programs in the food industry.

Learning objectives:

  • Develop a sanitation program and procedures for a food plant.
  • Identify common stored product insects, rodents, and bird pests to develop a control strategy in a food plant.
  • Select the proper cleaning compound and sanitizing material to maintain food processing equipment in a clean sanitary manner.
  • Identify the Big 8 allergens and develop control strategies to avoid cross contamination.
  • Identify sanitary design deficiencies in equipment and structures and develop methods to minimize their impact on food safety programs.
  • Identify key prerequisite programs.
 

Assessment methods

Workshops, class discussion, and exams.


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Topics and time are subject to change

Due to the volume of handout material, remember to leave extra room in your travel bag.

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Enrollment Information

  • Mail: AIB, PO Box 3999, Manhattan, KS 66505-3999
  • Phone: 785-537-4750, 800-633-5137 or 800-242-2534 (enrollments only)
  • Fax: 785-537-1493
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Printable enrollment form available here. (pdf)

Make check or money order payable in US dollars to: AIB.

Planned locations and dates for 2014:

Manhattan, KS January 27-30, 2014

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(Keywords: Sanitation, Food Plant, Hygiene, GMPs, EPA Regulations, Seminar )


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