Final Rule: Mitigation Strategy to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration


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Since September 11, 2001, FDA has issued numerous guidance documents and developed resources to assist the food industry in its efforts to protect the food supply against intentional adulteration. The FDA’s Final Rule on Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration is aimed at protecting food from intentional acts of adulteration intended to cause wide scale harm to public health. This includes acts of terrorism targeting the food supply. 

This final rule establishes various food defense measures that an owner, operator, or agent in charge of a facility is required to implement to protect against the intentional adulteration of food.

Why should you attend?

The Food Defense rule has major implications in the way food businesses can operate.  The new rule requires food companies to create and maintain a written food defense plan for their facilities. In these plans, facilities must identify and implement strategies that address significant vulnerabilities, establish and maintain food defense monitoring procedures and corrective actions, maintain records monitoring these actions and ensure that employees are properly trained.

Because this is the first-time companies have been asked to create a food defense plan the food industry has many questions regarding implementation of the rule in their facilities and the costs associated with implementation.

The topics addressed in this webinar will discuss in detail how companies can create and implement these plans, and how companies that have already developed food defense plans can update them to ensure they are compliant with the new regulation.

Covered in the Session:

Topic 1:  The components of a comprehensive Food Defense Plan
·  Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system

Topic 2:  How to conduct vulnerability assessments
·  The severity and scale of the potential impact on public health.
·  The degree of physical access to the product.
·  The ability to successfully contaminate the product.

Topic 3:  Mitigation strategy management components
·  Monitoring, Corrective action, Verification, Reanalysis
·  Record keeping requirements.

Who will benefit?

·  Regulatory Affairs
·  Quality Assurance/ Control
·  Marketing managers
·  Product Manager
·  Labeling managers
·  Corporate managers, plant managers, production, cleaning and sanitation, and purchasing departments are all responsible for the development, implementation and upkeep of Food Defense Plans.
·  Professionals in Pharmaceuticals, Biotech, Medical Device, and anyone involved with FDA

*You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.

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