Moonachie (NJ) – March 27th, 2019
In this Course you’ll get information to help you:
Understand the underlying purpose of the new Canadian Regulation Safe Food for Canadians Act consolidated 14 sets of regulations, including the Organic Regulations, into one. These regulations will implement targeted improvements to the food system in order to overcome the risks and challenges posed by the speed, volume and complexity of present day food production. The Regulations (SFCR) came into force on January 15, 2019.
The new consolidated regulations will require food businesses that import, or that prepare food for export or to be sent across provincial or territorial borders, to have licences, as well as preventive controls that outline steps to address potential risks to food safety.
ITA’s SFCR course provide the training you need to understand the new regulations and the impact on your business. From determining if you require a license, to developing your preventive control plan, to understanding the traceability requirements and compliance timelines that apply to you, our courses will prepare you to comply with the SFCR requirements and provide opportunities to ask questions of leading industry experts as you navigate the new regulatory landscape in Canada.
This course is designed for:
- Food Safety & Quality Assurance Managers
- Food Safety Consultants
The Canadian regulatory system
The SFCA and SFCR
Tasks of importers
How to develop Critical Control Point Determination Worksheet
How to develop Critical Control Point Procedure
Implement and maintain the PCP Program
The course is scheduled to run from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Course Price: $300 per person
Seating is limited. Registrations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
Claudio Gallottini, ITA Corp, Miami, Florida USA ToT FSPCA PCHF #43ba403d, Lead Instructor FSPCA PCHF #4f7deb5b,Lead Instructor FSPCA PCAF #f9b9d999,Lead Instructor FSPCA FSVP #cb43c168, TTT SSA #312a97, TTT PSA #1609, TTT HACCP IHA, TTT Seafood HACCP SHA, TTTSOT, BPCS – Instructor FDA Approved NEHA Food Safety Trainer
Lauren Maloney, Food Safety Program Accreditation Manager, Perry Johnson Registrars Food Safety Inc, Detroit, Michigan USA
Cancellation Fee: Registering for the event commits the attendee to pay for the event. Full payment must be made prior to the event. Refunds will be issued for cancellations made 14 days before the first day of the event. Refunds for cancellations after that date will only be granted if the seat can be sold by ITA to another attendee.