Compliance with the FSMA Produce Safety Rule

LIVE  Apr 04, 2019 12:00PM EST

Duration : 60 min

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Topic Background :

The Produce Safety Rule was first proposed in January 2013. In response to input received during the comment period and following numerous public engagements, the FDA issued a supplemental notice of proposed rule making in September 2014. The proposed revisions were designed to make the originally proposed rule more practical, flexible, and effective.

The final rule is a combination of the original proposal and revisions outlined in the supplemental proposal, with additional changes as appropriate. The definition of “farm” and related terms were revised in the final Preventive Controls for Human Food rule, and the same definitions of those terms are used in this rule to establish produce safety standards. Operations whose only activities are within the farm definition are not required to register with FDA as food facilities and thus are not subject to the preventive controls regulations. Regardless of the legal requirements, should the FDA Produce Safety Rules be adopted voluntarily?

Course Summary :


The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety rule is now final, and the earliest compliance dates for some establishments is 2020. Depending on the nature of your facility, compliance may be mandatory or you may be exempted. Regardless, the rule establishes, for the first time, science-based minimum standards for the safe growing, harvesting, packing, and holding of fruits and vegetables designated for human consumption. What are the requirements? What are the dates for implementation? How do you ensure compliance?  Regardless of the legal requirements, should you follow the  FDA Produce Safety Rules voluntarily?

Learning Objectives :

Learn about the rule requirements for:
1.  Agricultural Water
2.  Biological Soil Amendments
3.  Sprouts
4.  Domesticated and Wild Animals
5.  Worker Training and Health and Hygiene
6.  Equipment, Tools and Buildings


Who should Attend :

Anyone managing an establishment involved with growing, harvesting, packing, and holding of fruits and vegetables designated for human consumption. 





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