Good Warehousing Practices

Instructor: Brian Hendrickson
Product ID: 703690
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This webinar on good warehousing practices for human food will provide an introduction to FDA regulation requirements and proper procedures for food storage. It will emphasize the importance of proper storage procedures to avoid contamination of food that can cause illness or death. It will explain how FDA acts during and after inspections of food warehouses storing adulterated foods to ensure compliance with the FD&C Act and how warehouse facilities can ensure regulatory compliance.

Why Should You Attend:

This webinar will focus on FDA rules for storing human food. It will emphasize the importance of strict adherence to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) to prevent contamination of stored human food. It will identify what types of products stored in food storage warehouses may need a hazard analysis and HACCP or Food Safety Plan under FSMA. It will identify what FDA investigators typically look for during their inspections and will summarize types of regulatory actions that have been taken by FDA against these facilities. This should help prepare warehouse managers for FDA inspections of their food storage facilities.

This webinar is intended for domestic and foreign manufacturers and storage facilities that store human food to ensure compliance with FDA regulations. This session will focus on requirements of FDA rules governing the storage of human food – currently 21CFR Part 110 and Part 117 under FSMA.

Learning Objectives:

  • Obtain a basic understanding of FDA requirements specified in FDA regulation -21CFR Part 110/117 pertaining to the storage of human food.
  • Understand the meaning of adulterated food as defined in Section 402(a)(4) of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) and how it is applied to stored human food.
  • Obtain a basic understanding of what must be done on a regular basis to prevent adulteration of stored human food and ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Obtain a basic understanding of the circumstances that would likely cause FDA to take regulatory action against food storage warehouses.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • FDA’s rule governing the storage of human food – Part 110/117 (FSMA).
  • Food adulteration as defined in the FDCA and applied by FDA to stored human food.
  • Acceptable procedures for storing human food to ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Action warehouse managers and employees should take to prevent adulteration of stored human food and ensure regulatory compliance.
  • What FDA investigators look for during inspections of human food storage warehouses.
  • Food storage warehouses exempt under FSMA.
  • Who FDA holds most responsible for preventing adulteration of human food in food storage facilities (this person receives all FDA correspondence including the FDA 483 and Warning Letter).
  • Types of FDA regulatory actions that have been taken against food warehouses storing and shipping adulterated food.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Personnel in warehouse management and operations (domestic and foreign)
  • Plant managers
  • Quality control managers and employees
  • Production managers and employees
  • Microbiologists
  • Scientists
  • Consultants
  • Importers/exporters
  • Raw materials and ingredient manufacturers
  • Marketing staff

Instructor Profile:

Brian Hendrickson is a retired FDA national food expert with more than 35 years’ experience with the agency. As a national expert, he helped develop FDA regulatory policy for high-risk foods and trained FDA and state food inspectors nationwide in food technologies and related hazards, FDA regulations and inspection techniques. He has conducted FDA inspections of food manufactures internationally. Since his retirement in 2011, he has been self-employed as a food industry consultant, served a 3-year appointment as assistant professor of food science at Purdue University and taught food safety courses at Purdue and 4 other universities nationwide.

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