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Modifying Your HACCP Plan for FSMA Compliance

in Food Safety Fridays Webinars
Added by Simon, 04 Jan 2018

Taking place 26 Jan 2018 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (Single Day Event)


Webinar Description

Today’s food safety professionals know that transitioning to a FSMA-compliant food safety plan is a must. With 9 out of 10 of Americans supporting more aggressive food safety and defense regulations and FSMA implementation in place, facilities must create effective ways to implement hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls. But to modify your existing HACCP plan, you need the right understanding of how the FSMA ruling impacts your food safety system to address additional requirements. AIB International provides best practices as the go-to leader for food safety training and FSMA knowledge. We offer full service training solutions online and in person that meet the needs of the food and beverage industries. Sign up now to learn how to modify your HACCP plan for FSMA compliance.

Cost of Attendance: $Free

Webinar Presenter

Speaker Bio:
Alicia Swanson is part of AIB International’s Food Safety Services QA team, where she acts as the Global Manager for HACCP & HARPC. Prior to her current role, she served as a Food Safety Professional for 7 years with primary duties related to providing audits and inspections focused on GMPs, food defense, FSMA, and agricultural practices. In 2015 she also became an AIB instructor, providing food safety training for AIB employees and food industry audiences in North America.

Prior to joining AIB, Alicia served as a quality manager for a ready-to-eat plant in Massachusetts. In addition she had a ten year military career with the US Army as a food inspector.
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Alicia Swanson
Global Manager HACCP/HARPC
AIB International

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