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Posted 05 February 2016 - 08:23 PM

Understanding the FDA Sanitary Transportation Regulations

 

Taking place:

Friday, 12 February 2016 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time
This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenter:

Cathy M Crawford, Vice President, The HACCP Consulting Group

 

Webinar Overview:

 

FDA will publish Sanitary Transportation Regulations based on the Food Safety Modernization Act in March 2016. While the scope of these regulations are limited to certain food types, the information is important for all transportation operations seeking to preserve the quality of freight. It is the transportation professional's responsibility to communicate clearly with the shipper and receiver and protect freight while it is under their control. This webinar will include an overview of the new regulations as well as recommendations on how to meet the 4-hour training requirements for carriers. Topics in this webinar include:

 

- The types of hazards that can occur

- Expected control measures pre-trip, in transit and post-trip

- Sanitation, maintenance and pest control requirements

- Incident management

- Security and Defense requirements

- Regulatory requirements for records and communication 

 

 

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Posted 12 February 2016 - 05:36 PM

Unedited chat logs from today's webinar:

 

 Rajinder: Hi Rajinder from Canada is here
 Miguel Gamboa: Hello everyone From Las Vegas
 Paul: Good morning World, from a very cold East Lansing, MI!
 Fei: Hello from Minneapolis!
 Alda: Hello from Tirana, Albania
 imartin: Hi everybody, form Uruguay!
 val: Happy Friday from Delaware
 oneheata: hello Oneheata from Jamaica
 Mahmoud: Hello from Egypt
 Rajsekhar : Hello from Dubai
 Leann: Good morning from Omaha, NE
 Dan: Hello from Lancaster, PA USA
 Symeon: Hello from Greece
 ebenezer: hello from Nottingham UK
 Jean-Pierre: Hello everyone from Montreal
 Luciana: Hello from Kissimmee
 Fruzsina Ujságh: Hello from Hungary
 Emilia: hello :)
 Emilia: from Poland
 Joai: Hello from Chambersburg, PA!
 Luis Gomez: HI ALL. LUIS EDUARDO FROM CUMANA - VENEZUELA
 Mohamed Haja: Hi Mohamed Frim riyadh
 Teresa: Olá a todos desde Porto, Portugal
 Ken: Joining from Atlanta, Georgia
 Mark: Rock Chalk from Kansas!
 Mike: Hello, looking for David W
 Derrick: Hello from Virginia Beach, VA
 Mike: Also looking for David W
 Carrell: Hello from St. .Augustine FL
 Odette: Hello from Jamaica
 Patricia: Hi from Jamaica
 Mohamed Haja: good evening to all 
 Yuan Yuan: Hello from Missouri! : D
 Teresa: hello Mrs Cathy and Simon , From Porto, portugal
 Vassilis: Hi from Sao Paulo!
 Johnson: Hi Good evening from Bharain 
 Chris: Hello from Asheville, NC, USA
 Filomena: HELLO FROM PORTUGAL
 Jeannie: Hello from California
 Wayne Chen: hello , from Taiwan
 morad: hi , morad from egypt
 Robin: Good morning from Hanover, MD
 Lilian Akpe: Hello from Bentonville, Arkansas
 Ngonzi: Hi Ngonzi, attending from Goma
 jacqueline Scott-Brown: Hello from Jamaica
 sara: Goood Morning from Seattle
 Anil: Hi, Anil from India
 Cindy: Hello from Vancouver, BC
 Michelle: Hi, from Jamaica
 Adam: Hello from Michigan
 Lina: Hi from OH, US
 Emilia: it's something wrong with my connect :(
 Jacqueline: the viseo is restricted is there something I can do with out IT having to get involvd?
 David Levy: SHALOM Everybody from Israe!!
 Anna-Karin: No audio, no video :-(
 Emilia: try to refresh 
 Jacqueline: still nothing
 Matthew: Same thing for me.  The video is restricted and refresh doesn't change it.
 Anna-Karin: Still the same
 Jacqueline: what google app is it referring to?
 Robert: seetings / reset default
 Carrell: NO
 sara: not aware
 Irfanudeen : Hi to all 
 oneheata: no
 Dan: no
 Joai: no
 Kelly: No
 Maria Crawford: chemicals in wine tanker
 Jerry: No
 Herbert: No
 Kelly Gerling: not aware
 Kenza: no
 Nives: no
 ebenezer: No
 Andrew Capps: No
 Lina: Nope
 Jeannie: NO
 Mario Zardi: no
 Michael Govender: Not aware
 Diahn: No
 jeff chester: no
 xavier: no
 Rajinder: No
 Angong: No
 Stuart: no
 Vaia Tourtoura: no
 Sue: no
 kimberly: no
 Lilian Akpe: no
 Teresa: No I don't
 Deborah: no
 Pamela: No
 imartin: no
 Robert: no
 Adam: no
 Ken: No
 Paul: No, not aware
 Shae: Not aware
 Miguel Gamboa: no
 Luciana: no
 Andrea: no
 Filomena: NO
 Chris: no
 Vassilis: no
 Evan: No
 Bill: no
 Fei: too young to know it
 Terry Patterson: no
 GAIL: not aware
 Mary B: skippy peanut butter
 Kaveh: no
 Carol Dyck: no
 Cory Baron: no
 Marlene: no
 Kimberly: Not aware
 Neil: no
 Luis Gomez: NO
 Lance Cranford: no
 Symeon: not aware
 Johnson: No
 Larry: No
 Qiu: no
 Leann: Do not recall
 Ngonzi: no
 Fei: no 
 Wayne Chen: no
 Emilia: i think yes
 Gary: No. I don't know
 Irfanudeen : No
 Mohamed Haja: salmonella in ice cream
 tammy mixon: no
 Mike: dole produce?
 kathy czerwinski: no
 oneheata: hello
 Kaveh: hi everyone
 KK: no
 Rajsekhar : yes
 Rajsekhar : yes
 ula: Greetings from Jamaica to all.
 khian: hello from jamaica
 Deborah: Hello from Beautiful California,Glad the super bowl is gone
 jacqueline Scott-Brown: No
 Stuart: just lost feed, am I the only one?
 Emilia: not only you, but i refresh
 imartin: I loose all, but I reconnect 
 Jacqueline: cant see anything says restricted
 Anna-Karin: refresh does not help
 Stuart: ok, i'm back, refreshed
 Johnson: Lost so I need to register start
 Gurpreet: Not working for some reasons
 Jacqueline: can someone tell me what google app
 Jacqueline: i should try
 kimberly: what about ensuring loads remain sealed during transport to be sure that no one has introduced a contaminate during transport?
 Yehia: Hi everybody
 lahcen: hi everybody
 Teresa: In my opinion, people until recent years, don't care about transportation, they don't remember that this part of the food chain can put in resk food safty
 Narongchai: Lost
 Vickie: Will fluid milk still be regulated by States for intra state transportation? Is Milk a RAC
 jacqueline Scott-Brown: Loss the feed
 joyce: What is raw honey - extracted from the comb and from the beekeeper.  In a 55 gallon drum
 Nives: what about bulk transport like railcars ; are allergens discussed?
 Deborah: protecting your loads is required by SQF standards.
 Filippo: Ciao from Italy!
 Fei: I guess raw milk is RAC
 Teresa: I'm sorry but what it is RAC, what's that mean? Please
 Emilia: webinar jam?
 Tim: What is considered transshipped food?
 Gurpreet: JAMMED Webinar!!!!
 Johnson:  Got it
 Stuart: Can we have a link to the specific RAC's regulations from a farm?  Must it be direct from the Farm or can a grain elevator handle /store it inbetween (Raw Soybeans)
 Bill: are shelf stable dry foods containing big 8 allergens included ?i
 Simon Timperley: If the audio or video is not good then it is likely your poor internet connection for live video streaming
 Teresa: What's RAC means? Please
 Christopher: Teresa - Raw Agricultural Commodity
 jeff chester: Shipper definition needs lots of work!!
 Teresa: Thank you Christopher
 Simon Timperley  (to Christopher): thank you Christopher.
 mark nickerson: hermiston watermelons. 
 David: RAC is raw agricultural commodity unprocessed
 Mario Zardi: lost signal for the 3rd time
 Teresa: Thank you David
 Brent: Are you aware of any approved solutions for transportation, to meet the sanitary transportation of food requirements?
 David: RAC is raw agricultral commodity unprocessed produce
 Aura: I have lost the signal to the webinar several times this morning
 Stuart: had to refresh 4 times so far, never had issues like this before.  any suggestions?
 Gaganpreet Kaur Saini: hi to all
 Simon Timperley: I have no idea Stuart, it seems to be happenign with a small number of attendees.
 Symeon: what aboout the way of transfer of the air in the  vehicles concerning food that require specific temperature and humidity specifications?
 Paul: I had to refresh several times. Then I closed the browser completley and rejoined. No problems since.
 monette: have problem with the signal
 : Hello every body. MLChillida
 Alda: lost signal again
 : hello every body
 Yuan Yuan: I reopened the browser, and the crashes solved!
 Brent: In the US, who is responsible, the shipper or the transportation company? or both?
 Nives: no
 Carrell: No.  Maybe hand sanitizer would work
 Vassilis: no
 Jesus Lopez: no
 Carol Dyck: yes
 Katrina: no
 Lance Cranford: No
 tammy mixon: no
 Maria Crawford: yes
 Julie: Yes
 Herbert: no
 Christopher: Yes
 bianka: no
 Filomena: YES
 Jerry: No, but close by
 Symeon: yes but inside the plant
 Andika: yes
 Gary: Pretty Close to it
 Yemi: no
 Gaganpreet Kaur Saini: no
 Derrick: no
 khian: yes
 Sue: lost signal for 2nd time
 Johnson: Yes
 Sherri: no
 Kaveh: yes
 Epitacio: Also we do have a sign to guide drivers to do so!
 Vickie: Depends on the type of shipment
 Adam: yes
 Patricia: yes
 Miguel Gamboa: If a restroom is closed by still ok?
 Staci: we also hear simon twice because you aren't using headphones, kathy :)
 Michael Govender: that will not be acceptable to have the sink at the receiving area for it might contaminate the product- should be ina different area
 Ehab Nassar: No but close to it 5 meters
 Nives: Simon is echoing
 Brent: mute one of your secondary mikes
 mark nickerson: there is an echo. we can hear but the gentlemen echos.
 Stuart: What is considered close or close enough?
 Lina:   Is the hand wash in the receiving area is dictated in the FSMA?
 Cory Baron: The definition of "handeling"? for drivers?
 : hi again mlChillida
 Joai: What about bulk materials - flour, oil, etc. - will handwashing for the carrier be required for them to hook up hoses, etc.?
 Victoria Ufford: If there is a washroom in the vicinity is an outdoor station still required? 
 Teresa: What is it LTL, please
 Staci: Less Than Truckload
 Symeon: what about products with low aw specifications?
 Christopher: Teresa: Less than Truck Load
 Sue: lost signal 3rd time
 Tim: How are drivers supposed to check temperatures on sealed loads?
 Christopher: Also UPS shipments
 Eddie Maldonado Sysco Centra CA: Reefer set point to check temp
 Teresa: Once again, thank you very much Chrstopher
 Carlito: Hi, I'm Lito from Talisay City, Cebu, Philippines
 Pamela: can the receveir request the temperature record to the carrier in the receveing?
 Toni-Ann Robinson: How do you  manage LTL appropriately?
 Lina: What about e-commerce companies when product is shipped to customers? is there anything in the FSMA refering to this?
 Jerry: Tim, our drivers record temp shohing on the reefer unit at every stop
 Jacqueline: what is the you tube link?
 ula: Yes
 Awotayo: yes
 Christopher: Every 5 minutes
 Vassilis: every 4 hours
 Jim: 2 hours
 Lance Cranford: B and Every stop
 Derrick: c
 Vickie: or continuously monitored
 Symeon: in meat industry transportation of vacuumed meat peaces are enclosed in a carton pack..is this allowed ?concerning the fact that some vacuums are not appropriately sealed
 Symeon: ?
 Epitacio: Any brakage in cold chain will harm the product. Particualrly in tomatoes.
 Larry: a
 val: Receiver usually dictates 
 David: RAC Raw Agricultral Commidity unprocessed produce
 Larbi Chouguer: a
 Kaveh: a
 jacqueline Scott-Brown: Loss my feed but I believe you need to do so based on your product?
 val: Receiver usually dictates frequency of temp checks
 Luis Gomez: A
 Epitacio: We do use a continuous temp sensor which is retieved at the end of the trip.
 Lina: means everybody!!!
 : HI again Chillida
 Brent: Will there be required documentation to show when crossing  state boders?
 Teresa: Already exists, at least in Europe some legislation as: Reg 852/2004; EN ISO 22000:2005; IFS logistics and BRC
 Vickie: Does the carrier provide the tools needed for monitoring during transit; thermometers, GPS, etc?  or does the shipper?
 Jennifer: For bulk liquid shipments, how do we ensure sanitizing of vessel? We find our trailer liners cannot have a wash at high enough temperatures to be classified as sanitizing.
 Roberto: the regulation applys too for food packaging materials, like plastics closures?
 Christopher: Jennifer, Trailer Wash Companies typically hit 180 or above. If they don't, they have to use detergent/sanitizer.
 Luis Gomez: TCS PLEASE?
 Chris: Great Job Cathy, you are spot on with your material, as always!
 Teresa: Thank you Mrs Cathy and Simon for this very good explanation and good examples!
 Brent: thank you Cathy, awesome job!
 Wayne Chen: thank you
 Dan: Thank you!
 Mohamed Haja: thank ypu
 Martina Görnebrand: How common are certified transporters in US . In my country (EU) we only have 5 certified transporters to chose between
 Patricia: Learnt a lot.  Thank you
 Stuart: Thank you Cathy
 Kaveh: thanks you Cathy.
 Lilian Akpe: great job Cathy.
 Mohamed Haja: thank you
 Jean-Pierre: Thank you Cathy for this valuable presentation
 Carrell: Good webinar.
 bianka: This was a great presentation. Thank you!
 syed hussain: Very informative webinar
 Symeon: Thank you!
 Carlito: Thank you so much for this webinar.
 morad: thanks
 : Thank you
 Chris: Great presentation!!
 Jim: Cathy Great job!! thanks 
 Sue: Thank you.  It was excellent
 Johnson: Thks
 Fei: Thank you!
 Kaveh: it was great information
 Francesca: thank you so much
 jacqueline Scott-Brown: Thank you Cathy
 Luis Gomez: Thanks
 Larbi Chouguer: very interesting thanks 
 ebenezer: thanks
 Edwarda: Great presentation. Thank you!!!
 Kevin: Thank you Cathy
 Mark: thanks. good info.
 Alda: thanks
 Robert: Thank you Cathy great presentation
 : Thankyou, Chillida
 Nives: great informtion thank you
 Odette: Very good information and well-presented
 Miguel Gamboa: Thank you. the best
 Lina: Great presentation. Thank you
 Marlene: Thanks
 Tony: what a great message about what we do and how important it is :)
 scott: thank you
 Bev: Great presentation!  Lots of actionable steps here!  
 Cary: Excellent overview.   Thank you Cathy!
 Janna: Very good, Thanks!
 Toni-Ann Robinson: Thank you
 amechi: Thanks for the Webinar
 Vickie: There are laws or guidance regarding how many hours a driver can be on the road...do you see a conflict or issue with this FDA rule?
 Yemi: Very interesting and great presentation. Thank you
 val: this was very informative, many thanks!
 Ehab Nassar: Great presentation 
 Rebecca Daly: Very informative, thank you!
 jeff chester: If they stray from enforcing foodsafety risk and concentrate on quality this will be an overbearing law.
 Epitacio: Thanks for this excellent presentation. i wpould like to have it for its promotion inmy company.
 Carlos Romero: Who is responsible for conducting training?
 Brent: Do those schemes have specific programs for transportation?
 Herbert: Thanks Cathy & Simon, excellent presentation
 Epitacio: How about the use of microbiological verification? is it recommended?
 tammy mixon: great presentation - thank you!
 Lance Cranford: Thank You 
 Fei: Which regulation is widely followed in US?
 Angela: Can you send the group responses to all questions clustered? Thank you
 maria: Awesome presentation, thank you!
 Cory Baron: The difinition of "food handeling" by drivers?
 Ken: What about shipping materials that will be used for food packaging..either food contact or secondary packaging
 Emma Fonseca: thaks
 Ken: What about shipping material that will be used for food packaging...either food contact or secondary packaging?
 Luis Gomez: There connection with c - TPAT?
 Michael Govender: when you transporting farmer dressed product are the laws the same 
 Ehab Nassar: What about loading finished full packed good on truck floor without pallets if there is no risk of tilting or disorder 
 Vickie: Who teaches the 4 hour training?
 Lance Cranford: Commet:
 Sherri: does hand wash apply when receiving ready to eat bulk product case packed. Product arrives in closed cases and no restacking is required
 Jose: What about packaging in direct contact with food?
 Sue: When will this take effect?
 Jose: Does transportation of packaging that would be in direct contact of food are they required to follow the rule?
 Angela: The draft rules exempted transportation on  international waters. Can you comment on how FSVP will need to work best with shipping ?
 Robin: What about cases of banans
 David: can we get the two hour version?
 Brent: are companies required to be certified yearly?
 Angela: Foreign supplier verification program
 Vickie: Foreign supplier verification program (FSVP)
 Andrew Capps: Great job Cathy!
 Angela: Thank you
 Andrew Capps: Thank you
 miguel: thanks
 Fei: Thank You!
 Brent: Thanks all.
 imartin: Thank you! 
 Leann: Thank you Cathy.  Great information.
 Ravi: Thank you!!
 Adam: Thank You
 Kevin: Well done
 Edwarda: Thank you!
 joyce: Great Job Cathy!
 ebenezer: great presentation
 Patricia: Thanks Simon
 Epitacio: Thanks Simon...! Excellent job...!
 Edwarda: Thanks Simon!

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