FSMA Compliance for the
Intentional Adulteration Rule 

The FSMA Compliance for the IA Rule course has been designed to give you a fundamental understanding of how to implement the IA Rule legal requirements in your food business. 
  • SUMMARY
  • DESCRIPTION
  • LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • PRE-REQUISITE
  • AWARD
  • FSMA Compliance
  • WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • DETAILS
  • TECHNOLOGY

SUMMARY

Food Defense is the effort to protect food from acts of intentional adulteration. In May 2016 FDA issued the final rule on Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration with requirements for covered facilities to prepare and implement food defense plans.

The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Rule for ‘Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration’, referred commonly as the IA Rule, is aimed at preventing intentional adulteration from acts intended to cause wide-scale harm to public health.

Our FSMA Compliance for the Intentional Adulteration Rule course is designed to provide an overview of the IA Rule and how to implement its compliance requirements within your food business.

This training is presented over 8 hours via a virtual classroom and covers a practical implementation approach to help you to:

  • Prepare and implement a written food defense plan
  • Conduct vulnerability assessments to identify significant vulnerabilities and actionable process steps, and,
  • Identify and implement mitigation strategies to minimize vulnerabilities

Language: English

HACCP Mentor is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). HACCP Mentor complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices. As a result of this accreditation, HACCP Mentor is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.

HACCP Mentor is a IACET Accredited Provider


LEVEL

Intermediate

DURATION

7-8 Hours

DELIVERY

Virtual Live Classroom

AWARD

Certificate of competency

Training Schedule

DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Thursday 26th March 2020

8am - 4pm (PT)

Virtual Classroom

Tuesday 5th May 2020

8am - 4pm (PT)

Virtual Classroom

PT - Pacific Time (California / LA - USA)

What People Are Saying...

Great experience for not having to travel.

“After completion of the FSPCA Part 1 Online course I was hesitant about Part 2 being a virtual course having never participated in something like that. Upon completing Part 2 with Amanda Evans-Lara, I was satisfied with the outcome. Everything from the login directions to the activities were clear and simple. There was never an uncomfortable feeling about the class. The combination of knowledge presented by the instructor and exercises asked to be done were informative and useful. ”

Nick Yakas | Dennco Foods

A refreshing alternative to classroom training.

“The online options for training is a great way to ensure all the required information and certification is met while being able to do the training in your own environment and at your own pace. The content of the training was exceptional, as was the trainer, and I personally got a lot out of it. A refreshing alternative to classroom training”

Janie Zimmermann | Quality Manager | Coopers Brewery

Save Time And Travel.

“Having the Virtual format allowed better flexibility for timing and eliminated the need to travel. The course was easy to follow and I will take away much more than I would have a traditional classroom setting”

Savannah Holmer | Manager, Food Safety & Regulatory | Nikken Foods

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About the Facilitator


This course is facilitated by Amanda Evans-Lara from HACCP Mentor

HACCP Mentor was founded with one simple objective – to make food compliance easy. We do this by helping to educate food handlers, food businesses and the food industry in food safety and food quality compliance requirements. The most obvious benefit to this is a safer food supply for everyone.

“If we can help you do just one thing to promote food safety, we feel like we have made a difference.”

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