Illnesses like this are easily preventable. Proper use of preventive controls during food manufacturing and careful oversight can lead to fewer outbreaks and a healthier society.
Relevance to Your BusinessDiligence in adopting preventative safety measures can impact your company on multiple levels. Beyond the social responsibility aspect of increasing preventative safety measures, manufacturers will benefit by elevating the standard of their product. By safeguarding against potential outbreaks, manufacturers are protecting against the negative perception that accompanies them. Lowering the risk of a product recall makes good business sense and helps maintain a company’s reputation with customers.
Contact Nebraska MEPTrained Nebraska MEP specialists can provide assistance to your business in the development of a Food Safety Plan, validation of Preventive Controls, Records Review, and the reanalysis of the Food Safety Plan.
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Upcoming Training Opportunities
To meet the requirements of the 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), facilities that process human or animal food must now have a “Qualified Individual” to oversee preparation of the food safety plan, validation of preventive controls, records review, and the reanalysis of the food safety plan. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln routinely hosts courses on Preventive Controls for Human and Animal Food to help companies meet the requirements for training under Title 21 CFR Part 117.8(c)(1).
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