Sanitary Food Packaging Concepts-Food Safety Training | August 27, 2015 10:00 AM - August 27, 2015 1:00 PM |

Sanitary Food Packaging Concepts-Food Safety Training

Event Summary

August 27, 2015
Fremont, CA 94536
United States
August 27, 2015 10:00 AM
August 27, 2015 1:00 PM
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Sanitary Food Packaging Concepts

Instructor: John M Ryan
Product ID: 500919

This presentation will provide insight into safe and sanitary food safety packaging concepts designed to help companies review and upgrade their handling and use of packaging materials. The legal and operational basis for sanitary food packaging, prevention of cross contamination, facility, HACCP, and personnel requirements will be explored from the farm through transportation and distribution, into processing and retail.

The areas covered in this webinar are:
Facility requirements
Types of packages
Packaging equipment and systems
Protection of packaging from adulteration (prior and during use)
Personnel and handling sanitation
Food not completely enclosed by a container
Qualifying sanitary package suppliers
In-transit sanitation requirements
Sanitation of tools used in packaging operations
Management responsibilities

Why Should you Attend:
This training program will discuss protection of food packaging from adulteration, types of packages, facility requirements, packaging equipment and systems, personnel and handling sanitation, and more.

Much of today’s food packaging uses materials that would not be allowed in electronics packaging due to outgassing and chemical contamination. Often food packaging is stored in dirty conditions that allow contaminants to transfer from food operations onto clean food.

Objectives of the Presentation:
Understanding how to maintain sanitation controls over packaging
Learning how to certify packaging manufacturers
Understanding legal packaging implications
Learning what not to do when establishing packaging lines
Knowing the differences between food completely and not completely enclosed by a container
Understanding the impact that unsanitary transportation conditions can have on your packaging
Understanding how the packaging itself can contaminate foods.

Who can Benefit:
Harvest Supervisors
Packing House Supervisors and Managers
Shipper-Growers (Farm Level Packaging)
Distribution Center Operations Personnel
Internal Food Safety and Quality Team Members
Carrier Supervisors and Managers
Purchasing Agents
Sanitation Specialists and Teams
Internal and External Auditors Who review Facility Quality Assurance and Food Safety Programs
Customers who want to understand best practices that they should require of their packaging suppliers

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