Traceability, Recall & Crisis Management

Traceability, Recall & Crisis Management

How businesses react to a food recall can make or break their reputation and financial position.

Getting Started:
Traceability & Recall
Free Guide
Download this free guide. Includes: Top Traceability Issues Food Plants Face, 4 Steps to be Recall Ready, Important Questions for Recall Team Members
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With food recalls on the rise and consumers demanding transparency and accountability, being prepared to quickly and effectively manage a food safety crisis is essential for companies and their food safety teams. In addition, the US Food and Drug Administration’s Food Safety Modernization Act Final Rule for Preventive Controls for Human Food requires facilities with identified critical control points (CCPs) and/or preventive controls in their food safety plan to have a documented recall program.

AIB International provides comprehensive traceability, recall and crisis management online training so your team will be prepared when a recall or crisis happens.

Virtual Instructor-Led Training

Workshop: Developing Your Pandemic Preparedness Plan
Learn how to write a comprehensive pandemic preparedness plan based on the best-in-class Pandemic Prepared Certification standard.
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Online Training

Crisis Management Online
Optimize response time and get your business back to normal quickly after crisis strikes, with the 6P approach to crisis management.
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Traceability & Recall Online
Respond effectively with confidence and in compliance when recalls occur with a pre-planned approach and mock exercises.
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Traceability/Recall + Crisis Management Online Bundle
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Pandemic Prepared Certification Standard Introduction, Interpretation, Implementation
Optimize response time and get your business back to normal quickly after crisis strikes, with the 6P approach to crisis management.
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