Become a Food Defense Coordinator and know how to interpret the requirements established by the FDA-FSMA, GFSI, FSSC 22000 and PAS 96 for the development and implementation of a program against intentional adulteration for malicious purposes through an identification plan threats (TACCP) and a vulnerability assessment of the organization, the factory and the food, as well as a mitigation plan and adaptation to the GFSI-based certification system.
-Program Objective, International Vision, External Presses
-Law 107-188 The safety of public health and preparation and response to bioterrorism
-SEC 302. Prevention against intentional adulteration
-FDA Food Safety Modernization Act 111-353 (FSMA)
-SEC 106. Prevention against intentional adulteration
-Federal Code of Regulations 21 CFR 121
-Deadlines and implications of FSMA and FSSC 22000 Audits.
-Protection and defense of food and beverages from deliberate attacks – PAS 96: 2017 – EUROPE
-Types of threats in the market
-Understanding the attacker
-Process for the construction of a “Food Defense” program under PAS-96
-Evaluation of Critical Threat Control Points (TACCP)
-TACCP vs. VACCP ratio
-Threat Assessment (Product, Facilities, Organization)
-Evaluation of Vulnerabilities in the Process, facilities and Organization.
-Development and implementation
-Methods for the analysis of TACCP and VACCP (cont…)
-Practical session within the factory and other critical departments to build the program under FDA criteria.
-Food Defense Plan Builder VERSION 2.0 tool released in October 2019 by FDA
-Practical use of the tool with the TACCP equipment
-Food Defense Plan Builder VERSION 2.0 tool released in October 2019 by FDA (Cont…)
-The participant receives a diploma for their full attendance at the session and / or Coordinator certificate after exam approval
-Proof of work skills DC-3 (STPS)
Day 1: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Day 2: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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