FSMA Hazard Analysis Training (Friday Schedule) AFIA MEMBERS ONLY

Fri. February 3| 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM | Room B-304/305

The American Feed Industry Association contracted with the University of Minnesota’s Center for Food Safety and Animal Health to prepare a generic hazard analysis as required by the Food Safety Modernization Act’s animal food final rule. This seminar will highlight that report and provide processes for determining what applies to feed facilities, including feed mills, pet food plants and ingredient manufacturing and distribution sites. The FSMA final rule requires each facility to develop a facility-specific Animal Food Safety Plan that begins with a hazard analysis of the plant, determines the severity and probability of those hazards in the plant’s products and how to mitigate the risks of those hazards. Guiding participants through this maze of requirements is the goal of this seminar. Participants will receive the hazard analysis in advance. This meeting is open to AFIA members only. The hazard analysis work was funded by a grant from the Institute for Feed Education and Research. 

Fees cover both days of the session.

Agenda

8:00 a.m.-8:30a.m.

Welcome and Recap of Report

8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Application of the HA Report in Facility's Animal Food Safety Plant

American Feed Industry Association Staff

10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Continue Discussion of Animal Food Safety Plan

12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Questions and Wrap-Up

Cost: $350

Track: IPPE Fee Based Educational Programs


Educational Partner


Speakers

Dr. Preston Buff
Dr. Preston Buff Director of Regulatory Affairs, American Feed Industry Association | Role:
Dr. W. Henry Turlington
Dr. W. Henry Turlington Director of Quality, Education and Training, American Feed Industry Association | Role:
Gary Huddleston
Gary Huddleston Manager of Feed Manufacturing Safety and Environmental Affairs, American Feed Industry Association | Role:
Gina Tumbarello
Gina Tumbarello Director of International Policy and Trade, American Feed Industry Association | Role:
Leah Wilkinson
Leah Wilkinson Vice President of Legislative, Regulatory and State Affairs, American Feed Industry Association | Role:
Richard Sellers
Richard Sellers Senior Vice President of Public Policy and Education, American Feed Industry Association | Role: