Prevent exposure to fraudulent activity within your supply chainView Instructor-Led Training
The FDA’s Intentional Adulteration Rule is aimed at preventing intentional adulteration that can cause wide-scale harm to public health, such as acts of terrorism targeting the food supply. This rule requires that certain activities be completed by a “food defense qualified individual,” someone who has successfully completed training in conducting a vulnerability assessment. Upon successful completion of this two-day course, you will be recognized by the FDA as meeting that requirement.
You are required to complete the FSPCA course evaluation within 72 hours of completing the training, and FSPCA will issue your certificate afterward.
This course will be held over two days, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. (CT).
“Instructor had vast knowledge and experience and responded to questions with concise information and with additional supporting guidelines (e.g., website links to FDA code, FDA mitigation strategies database). I like the fact they made all of us engage and participate in the training through questions and participation in the exercises. Good examples provided by auditors and very applicable to the industry. Really enjoyed this training!”
–Gabriela Araujo, Hilmar Cheese Company