Article | March 6, 2015

FSMA Fridays: Migrating From HACCP To HARPC (Part One Of Four)

Source: Safety Chain Software
Safety Chain

Safety Chain’s Barbara Levin discusses what members of the food industry should be doing now to migrate from HACCP plans to HARPC plans with the Acheson Group’s Dr. David Acheson and Melanie Neumann.

On the last Friday of every month, SafetyChain, a leading provider of food safety and quality assurance automation and compliance solutions, hosts FSMA Fridays™, the leading online forum for the food and beverage community to learn the latest information about the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Featuring Dr. David Acheson, the popular monthly interactive pod/webcast is sponsored by SafetyChain Software and The Acheson Group.

Barbara: Hello, everyone. Welcome to FSMA Fridays. Our topic today — one that has been asked for a while now — is “What should you be doing now to get ready to migrate from HACCP to HARPC?” We are going to go through our pre-planned questions first and then take questions from the participants.

With that, I'm very excited, as always, to welcome our FSMA Fridays' team. Today, we have with us Dr. David Acheson, CEO, President, and Co-founder of the Acheson group as well as Melanie Newman, one of our favorite panelists, VP and Chief Financial Officer of the Acheson Group. David and Melanie, welcome to FSMA Fridays, and as always, we are going to jump right in with you, David. Please, start out by telling us what's the latest and greatest that we are hearing from FDA?

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