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Practical Food Defense (TACCP) and Food Fraud (VACCP) Training

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$97.00 (EU/UK Customers Charged 20% VAT)  


The next Live training course is scheduled for Friday, August 06, 2021 (2:00 PM to 6:00 PM UK, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Eastern USA).

Alternatively you may purchase the recording from March 26, 2021 to experience the full 4-hour training session along with the presentation slides, templates, end test and certificate of attendance.

This interactive IFSQN 4-hour online training webinar will enable your food safety team to develop practical knowledge on how to implement a fully developed food defense and food fraud plan.

Instructor: Vladimir Surčinski, Auditor and Trainer
Facilitator: Simon Timperley, Administrator, IFSQN

Cost per attendee: $97.00 USD

Training Course Outline:

In recent decades the global food supply chain has worked tirelessly to improve food safety standards and consumers have come to expect safe food products as standard. However, safe food is not a destination and emerging threats bring new challenges such as acts of terrorism on food and intentional contamination with the purpose of harming consumers, and acts of food fraud with the purpose of economical gain.

In this training course we consider the requirements of GFSI recognized certification schemes (FSSC 22000, IFS, BRC, SQF, and Global GAP) and provide guidance on how to comply with their demands.

Through this webinar you will get to know the practical steps to implement these requirements in your organisation, you will understand the threat and vulnerability assessment, mitigation plans and how to make and present the food defense or food fraud plans. Additionally in this webinar handling the food defence and food fraud processes in time of crisis (Covid19) are covered.

This specially designed four hour webinar is presented in two parts.

Part one covers all that is needed to implement an effective food defense plan in your company.

  • Explanation of incidents
  • Discussion of available food defense guidelines
  • Assessing threats to the system
  • Defining of mitigation plans with two practical case studies using available assessment tools for food defense
Part two covers all that is needed to implement an effective food fraud prevention plan in your company.
  • Explanation of incidents
  • Discussion of available food fraud guidelines
  • Assessment of vulnerabilities of the system with two practical case studies using available assessment tools for food fraud.
All attendees receive:
  • Copy of the training material (PDF)
  • Personalized IFSQN Training Academy Certificate awarded on successful completion of the course and end test
  • 30 day access to the webinar recording
  • Exclusive post webinar contact with the presenter for further explanation and input
List of topics covered:
  • World trends that affect food industry changes
  • Changes that follows in certification schemes – GFSI
  • Demands in certification schemes for Food Defense
  • Defining the Food Defense
  • Food Defense incidents
  • Types of threats for food and food production
  • Types of contaminants in attacks on food or food production
  • Types of attacker
  • Preparation steps for threat assessment
  • Food Defense guidelines for implementation
  • Food Defense Methods and Tools (FDA – FDPB, CARVER Shock, FMEA, PAS)
  • CASE STUDY – Implementation of a food defense plan in the meat industry
  • CASE STUDY – implementation of a food defense plan in the dairy industry
  • Case study conclusions and discussion
  • Demands in certification schemes for Food Fraud
  • Defining the Food Fraud
  • Food Fraud incidents
  • Types of food frauds
  • EMA – Economically Motivated Adulteration
  • Counterfeiting, Fraudulent labelling, Gray market
  • Raw Material and Supply chain Food Fraud
  • Food Fraud guidelines for implementation
  • Food Fraud Methods and Tools – (SSAFE, FMEA, PAS)
  • CASE STUDY – process flow driven in bakery industry
  • CASE STUDY – raw material driven in bakery industry
  • Case study conclusions and discussion




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