Why Those Responsible for Food Safety in Your Plant NEED TO ATTEND:
Food safety concerns from consumers and regulatory organizations have never been higher. It is more important than ever for your engineers, sanitarians and plant managers to understand the proper equipment, plant, and process design that is fundamental to food safety. ABA, together with other top food industry associations, is presenting a sanitary design workshop specifically for its members.
What IS the Sanitary Design Workshop?
The Sanitary Design Workshop is a unique educational opportunity for anyone responsible for food safety in your facilities. Participants will come away with practical and proven approaches to cleaning, sanitary design, equipment layout, and personnel requirements that utilize verifiable, economically sound, and HACCP-supported processes. The workshop includes equipment design demonstrations using photos and prototypes, and the introduction of a process for continuous improvement.
Workshop Fee: $595 for members of sponsoring organizations – ABA, AIB, ASB, FPSA, B&CMA, BEMA, NCA, NPA, SFA
Who Should Attend?
Engineers, sanitarians and plant managers from equipment manufacturers, bakers, pasta makers and snack food producers – as well as other low moisture food producers.
- Equipment design demonstrations using prototypes and photos
- Case studies reviewing applications in the field
- Hands-on demonstrations
- Discussion of what FSMA means for sanitary design
- The GMA Principles of Design checklist
- A Toolkit for equipment and plant design
Learn from Leaders in Food Safety:
General Mills, Kellogg’s, Kraft, PepsiCo, Post Consumer Brands, and Commercial Food Sanitation – members of the GMA Sanitation Share Group – are collaborating to enhance food safety. Representatives from these companies will lead participants through GMP Principles of Design, which targets the control of allergens and pathogens in low moisture foods.
The Value to Your Plant:
- An investment in engineers, sanitarians, and plant managers who will become your company’s leaders in sanitary design
- Improved quality of what you offer your customers
- Increased corporate knowledge of sanitary design
- An efficient sanitary design checklist developed by today’s leading food companies
- The latest FSMA information