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Instructor : Rotimi Toki
Product Id : 30375PACK

Overview: Attend this webinar to understand the purpose of cleaning validation. The training session will focus on how to develop a cleaning validation plan related to food allergens, including the sequence of events likely to proceed in a cleaning validation plan, which can be tailored for specific situations. Participants will understand what to consider when choosing sampling and testing methods.

The session will provide useful example scenarios to demonstrate effective cleaning regime and non-effective cleaning regime depending on the acceptable level. On completion of the training, the participants will undoubtedly be able to develop and use a cleaning validation plan to demonstrate that a defined cleaning procedure is able to effectively and reproducibly remove the allergen from the specific food processing line or equipment.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Cleaning validation definition
  • What allergens are we concerned with
  • Management of allergen cross-contamination
  • Why validate cleaning regime to show allergen removal
  • Cleaning validation plan and its characteristics
  • What to sample (Final product, Flushes, Surfaces & Personnel, Rinse/wash waters and Air)
  • Selecting the method of analysis
  • Data collation
  • Verification
  • Validation confirmation
  • Documentation

Who Will Benefit:

  • Food Processors and Manufacturers
  • Owners of SME’s
  • Production Managers
  • QA & QC Managers
  • HACCP Coordinators
  • Microbiologist and Food Processing Engineers
  • Food Scientists and Technologists
  • Hygiene Managers
  • Catering managers
  • Government Food Inspectors


Instructor : Rotimi Toki
Product Id : 30375PACK

Overview: Foreign bodies are the most obvious evidence of a contaminated product, its presence in foods is among the biggest source of complaint and prosecution in the food industry. To the food processor or manufacturer, foreign body contamination can be costly and may include the cost of a product recall, legal expenses and ultimately, the costs of lost reputation and consumer confidence.

Therefore, it is essential that the food supply and allied industries act in line with the current Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) that mandates all processing facilities implement comprehensive, science based preventive controls that are appropriate for their operations. This webinar will provide in-depth information on the currently available approaches to the prevention, control and detection of foreign bodies in foods.

Why should you Attend:

Attend this webinar to understand all reasonable precautions necessary for the prevention and control of foreign bodies in food. The training will focus on how to use the due diligence defense and what is required to demonstrate this defense. This training will assists participants or companies of all sizes in the selection of relevant methods used to prevent and control foreign bodies in foods. This session will discuss what to do when a foreign body incident has occurred. This will include useful and relevant example scenarios. On completion of the training, the participants will be able to select detecting point and assess which approaches are appropriate to the challenges presented by the nature and scale of their operations.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Major sources of foreign bodies in foods
  • Due diligence plan
  • How to manage foreign bodies incidents
  • The role of HACCP system
  • Methods for the detection and removal of foreign bodies
  • Selection of the detection and rejection systems
  • Position of Food Safety Modernization Act on foreign bodies

Who Will Benefit:

  • Food Processors and Manufacturers
  • Owners of SME's
  • Production Managers
  • QA & QC Managers
  • HACCP Coordinators
  • Microbiologist and Food Processing Engineers
  • Food Scientists and Technologists
  • Hygiene Managers
  • Catering managers


Instructor : Rotimi Toki
Product Id : 30375PACK

Overview: Attend this webinar to have a clear understanding of what information should be on a label.The training session will dwell extensively on the ten legally bound things on the list of information which labelling laws say must be included on most foods. Participants would be shown with practical examples how to calculate Quantitative Ingredient Declaration (QUID), when to apply it and when it is inappropriate for use.

This webinar will show the use of symbols or simple icons to help direct consumers to information. The session will address the declaration of allergens on labels and making claim about vitamins. Certain foods with specific labelling requirements will be highlighted.

At the end of the webinar, the attendees would gain the appropriate skill to confidently carry out label analysis and also be well informed on what to do to ensure compliance so as to prevent recall incident as a result of product mislabelling.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Labelling regulations
  • Due diligence
  • Grouping information on the label
  • Nutritional labelling
  • Making a claim about vitamins and minerals
  • Date marking
  • Allergens declaration
  • Print size and clarity
  • Net quantity
  • Quantitative ingredient declaration/calculation (QUID)
  • Use of symbols or icons
  • Specific labelling requirement

Who Will Benefit:

  • Regulatory affairs
  • Food packaging suppliers and manufacturers
  • Pet Food Industry
  • Pet Food suppliers
  • Labeling
  • Documentation
  • Food technologists
  • Food safety
  • Food inspectors
  • Marketing
  • QA/ QC


Instructor : Rotimi Toki
Product Id : 30375PACK

Overview: The gluten-free market is one of the fastest growing markets worldwide. For the 18 million Americans who suffer from gluten intolerance, gluten sensitivity or celiac disease, gluten - free products are a necessity. To help assure customer confidence, the FDA issued a final rule in August 5, 2014 that defines gluten - free claims across the food industry. To enforce the final rule FDA may use its full range of routine post- market monitoring activities, including periodic inspections of manufacturer's facilities, food label reviews and gluten analyses of food samples.

Why should you Attend: Attend this webinar to avoid the pitfalls commonly associated with incorrect gluten-free claims. This webinar session will include an overview of the scientifically valid methods available for conducting gluten testing to ensure that the foods labelled gluten-free do not contain 20 ppm or more gluten. In addition, the session will highlight the various considerations available for manufacturers to credibly support gluten - free claims, including quality management systems and good manufacturing practices (GMPs) to demonstrate that products reproducibly meet the requirements of the rule.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • What is gluten?
  • Examinations of how the FDA defines the term "gluten-free"
  • Conducting a food label review
  • How to properly declare gluten-free foods in labelling
  • Gluten - free labelling globally
  • Detection of gluten in food systems
  • Good manufacturing practices (GMPs)
  • Third - party gluten-free certification

Who Will Benefit:
  • Food Processors and Manufacturers
  • Owners of SME's
  • Production Managers
  • QA & QC Managers
  • HACCP Coordinators
  • Marketing personnel from food, beverage & ingredient companies
  • Regulatory Affairs & Compliance Professionals
  • Food Scientists and Technologist
  • Hygiene Managers
  • Label Designers
  • Government food Inspectors


Instructor : Jason Teliszczak
Product Id : 30375PACK

Overview: Since the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010 was signed into law by President Obama on January 4, 2011, Food Defense is now clearly called out and must be adhered to. These requirements mandate FDA’s action in the area of Food Defense, and penalties continue to go higher and higher. With the associated costs related to oversights and recalls, Food Defense is an important economic aspect of any organization.

This session is designed for food manufacturers, packagers and handlers and is focused towards helping both domestic and foreign entities in ensuring compliance with being secure and remaining compliant to FDA regulations. This session will cover the security and safety requirements of FSMA, particularly in the context of Food Defense, and will highlight FDA action taken to date in this area.

Why should you Attend: This webinar will focus on Food Defense and will detail what an organization needs to have in place in order to safely manufacture, package, and or handle food products. It will cover a broad range of: production types, facilities, and the transportation of goods. This webinar will highlight key areas of the organization that need to be controlled to ensure that intentional contaminants do not enter the product by potential threats.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Brief overview of Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), highlighting new prevention focused tools pertaining to Food Defense.
  • Overview of the requirements spelled out by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).
  • Examination the FDA’s definition the term "Food Defense".
  • How to prepare and improve an organization to be Food Defense compliant.
  • How to harden any facility to improve security.
  • Regulatory status of the Food Defense clause and timeline of Agency action.
  • What FDA expects from manufacturers and handlers.
  • How failure to comply with the guidelines may affect an organization.

Who Will Benefit:
  • Food manufacturers and facilities responsible
  • Regulatory affairs
  • Processors, packers, and or handlers of food products
  • Infrastructure


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