Article | May 2, 2014

FSMA Fridays: What Constitutes A Good FDA Audit? (Part One Of Four)

Source: Safety Chain Software
Safety Chain

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

Safety Chain’s Barbara Levin discusses the ins and outs of FDA audits in food producing facilities with the Acheson Group’s Jennifer McEntire, Anne Sherod, and Melanie Neumann. The panel will discuss FDA audits in terms of the third-party auditing process, GFSI, and more.

On the last Friday of every month, Barbara Levin of 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: Good morning or afternoon, everybody. Welcome. Our topic today: what constitutes a good FDA audit? We've got our group, the FSMA Friday team from the Acheson Group. Actually, we've got the whole crew with us today, with the exception of David (Acheson), who's on a plane. He sends his apologies and will be back next month, but we've got the best of the crowd here.

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