5 Steps to Creating a Rock-Solid Recall Plan


Instructor: Valerie Scheidt
Product ID: 704720

  • Duration: 60 Min
This training session is designed for food safety practitioners who are preparing for implementation of the Preventive Controls rule, and require assistance in effectively developing a recall plan. Those who have an existing product recall and crisis management program understand that identification of the issue is only the first step in controlling the problem. Operations which have formally relied upon the standards as set forth by certification bodies may wish to reconsider their approach based upon the finalization of the PC Rule.
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Why Should You Attend:

The program will discuss the practical development of a product recall plan to fit the Preventive Controls rule. Participants will learn the requirements as set forth to effectively identify the scope of a product recall, direct notification of the consignees, public notification of the hazards presented by the food, communication with the FDA, effectiveness checks, and disposal of affected product.

Program participants may be familiar with performing mock recalls, but generally this practice begins and ends as a traceability exercise. Instead, a recall plan incorporates product traceability along with communication, role assignment, and checkpoints. This program will explain best practices for equipping industry with this knowledge to ensure compliance and promote brand protection.

Five specific recommendations will be provided to extend your existing plan into an effective crisis management program suitable for the post-FSMA environment.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Explanation of FSMA and the preventive controls
  • PC Rule requirements for a recall plan
  • Strategies for implementation of the requirements
  • Product recall recordkeeping
  • Specific recommendations for best-in-class plan development

Who Will Benefit:

  • Food manufacturing leadership (plant managers and department leaders)
  • Quality and compliance personnel (plant and corporate)
  • Regulatory personnel

Instructor Profile:

Learning and performance expert, speaker, writer, consultant, and facilitator, Valerie Scheidt, MBA, CP-FS is founder of Keystone Quality, LLC: an Arizona-based consulting firm with expertise in food safety, compliance, performance improvement, and knowledge transfer. Keystone’s mission is to create more positive and productive workplaces while aligning performance strategy to organizational goals and compliance strategies.

Valerie is a former quality and training executive who held prestigious leadership positions within industry and consulting groups. Her career includes 15 years of quality, compliance, organizational leadership, and consulting within Fortune 500 firms. She holds an executive MBA focused upon organizational excellence and project management.

As a leader in organizational learning and training, she has inspired global organizations to adopt best-in-class practices and has produced successful outcomes through effective and sustainable engagement of the workforce. She has contributed her knowledge to several publications, and serves as a consulting editor for an industry trade magazine.

Topic Background:

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has resulted in several regulations, including one that requires facilities to implement preventive controls. As part of the requirements, a pre-established recall plan is a necessary measure to ensure that adulterated foods can be quickly identified and effectively removed from the marketplace to reduce the likelihood of catastrophic public health impact.

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