Article | April 3, 2015

FSMA Fridays: Risk Assessment Best Practices And Implementing Preventive Controls (Part One Of Four)

Source: Safety Chain Software
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Safety Chain’s Barbara Levin discusses with the Acheson Group’s Dr. David Acheson and Anne Sherod best practices for risk assessment and how to put in place preventive controls to comply with the Food Safety Modernization Act.

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: Welcome to FSMA Fridays. Today’s topic: risk assessment best practices and putting preventive controls in place. As always, I’m Barbara Levin with SafetyChain. I’ll be your host today. We’ll be taking questions from the audience after our pre-submitted questions. As always, here is the agenda: we’re going to look at some pre-submitted questions on today’s topic and then we’ll begin handling questions from the audience.

With that, we’re going to jump right in. Hello, David. Maybe we can start, as we always do, with what are the latest updates from the FDA on FSMA, before we jump into today’s topics.

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