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FSMA Final Rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods (TNS561V)

Presented By : Joe Lynch
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Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
  •  Tue, May 24, 2016
Event Description

Understand How the Finalized FSMA Rule Will Impact Your Transportation & Logistics Activities

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FMSA) is the biggest regulatory overhaul in the history of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is a paradigm shift where the attention is shifted towards preventive measures and process compliance from food inspections. The FSMA impacts distributors, logistics and transportation companies which transport food, retailers and food producers.

FSMA Final Rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food, which has been finalized recently, is one of the most crucial part of the FSMA. Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food rule is one of the seven foundational rules that were introduced since 2013 to make a risk-based, modern framework concerning food safety.  The rule is built on safeguards visualized in the 2005 Sanitary Food Transportation Act (SFTA).

The companies which process, grow, sell and distribute food has to comply with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Therefore, supply chains are also required to meet the act. Some other important elements of the food supply chain which is required to comply with FSMA laws are third party logistics providers, logistics companies and transportation companies.

In this session, expert speaker Joe Lynch will provide you with an overview of the FSMA with a focus on the Final Rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food.

Session Highlights:

  • Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) compliance and requirements.
  • Final Rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food, which was finalized on April 5, 2016.
  • The Seven Foundations of the FSMA
  • Specific provisions of the FSMA that were originally part of the 2005 Sanitary Food Transportation Act (SFTA)
  • SFTA Problems & Preventative Controls
  • Ways to develop a food safety plan that identifies potential risks, ongoing monitoring and preventative controls
  • Foreign Supplier Verification Program
  • Latest rules that govern food exporters and importers
  • Compliance Best Practices: Identify and Evaluate Hazards
  • Requirements concerning continuous improvements, training and documentation

Benefits:

  • Understanding of Final Rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food
  • Knowledge to prepare you to work within Food Safety Modernization Act guidelines
  • Knowledge on how you will be impacted, and how to adapt
  • Learn FSMA implementation timing
  • Additional Information on FSMA

Who Should Attend

Companies that are involved in the storage, handling or transport of food including:

  • 3rd party logistics providers
  • Transportation companies including: trucking, sea freight, air freight and intermodal companies. 
  • Warehousing companies that store, handle, package and process food
  • Food supply chain and operations consultants
  • Transportation brokers
  • Food companies including producers, farmers, distributors, processors and retailers
  • Cold supply chain and operations consultants
About Our Speaker(s)

Joe Lynch, Transportation Guidelines ExpertJoe Lynch
Joe Lynch is the founder of The Logistics of Logistics, a logistics training and consulting firm.  Joe specializes in helping logistics and transportation companies grow their sales.  Joe also works with manufacturers, retailers, distributors and wholesalers to select and manage their logistics providers (3PLs, broke... More info

 
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