Guidance for Lubricants in Food Applications

This Best practices Online training program will be covered lubricant program that can augment the verification requirement for the new Food Safety Plan (HARPC/HACCP) under FDA FSMA. 

Gina Reo
Gina Reo
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
60 Minutes

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Over application or incorrect usage of lubricants can lead to insanitary conditions or contamination. Often condensate plays a big part in refrigerated foods and mixed with improper use of lubricants can spell potential problems in the environment.

Proper application for lubricant use, examples of both good and poor practices will be covered, as well as watch-outs for industry, tracking recommendations, lubricant ratings, FDA approved applications, control programs and decision tree for Extraneous Material Control will be outlined.

Best practices will be covered so lubricant program can augment the verification requirement for the new Food Safety Plan (HARPC/HACCP) under FDA FSMA.

Why should you Attend: FDA at one time approved and updated a lubricant listing for the food industry. This is now the responsibility of manufactures to manage.

The use of lubricants in foods has come under scrutiny of late for over-application leading to concerns on human health and possible contamination in manufacturing of foods.

Potential migration of extraneous material in food products is a concern which needs to be managed properly as the use of lubricants is essential in many processes including the food industry.

Additionally, lubricants have been suspected to cause possible adverse health concerns so minimizing the impact of lubricant use is a prudent approach for application in foods where its' release properties are vital in molding operations and in some packaging uses.

Safe handling, preventative controls for FSMA and examples will be covered in this session.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Lubricant Overview for Food Industry
  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Risk Assessment and Acceptable Application for Lubricants
  • Cleaning, Verification and Monitoring
  • Monitoring Lubricant Usage
  • Do's and Don'ts
  • Control Plan for FSMA
  • Application of Lubricants
  • FSMA Watch-outs
  • Success Takeaways

Who Will Benefit:
  • Quality Control/Assurance and Food Safety
  • Professionals, Supervisors, Leads, Managers
  • Operations Managers/Supervisors
  • Regulatory Managers, Supervisors or Leads
  • Corporate Quality Managers
  • Senior Management
  • Plant Management Personnel
  • Third parties Developing HACCP/HARPC/Food Safety Plans
  • Auditors and those with Food safety Inspection roles
  • Validation Specialists
  • Quality System Auditors
  • Sanitation, Maintenance & Engineering Staff and Management

Speaker Profile
Gina Reo President, QAS, (Quality Assurance Strategies, LLC), private consultation for the Food and Beverage Industry specializing in Global Food Safety and Quality with expertise in Regulatory Compliance, Prop 65, Crisis Management, Business Integration and Due Diligence M & A Compliance Risk Assessments.

Formerly, Vice President, Food Safety, Weston Foods (WF), a GWL Canadian company and North American leader in bakery products. Transformed organization toward World Class Excellence for Food Safety by framing Food Safety Roadmap Strategy for fast-tracking compliance to FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act), SFCA (Safe Foods for Canadian Act) and new NLEA (Nutrition Labeling Education Act) for US and Canada compliance.

Over 25+ years of food safety and quality experience, after holding successive senior positions with Colgate-Palmolive, Coca-Cola, Bestfoods NA, Unilever, YUM! Brands and Quiznos (Board). Prior to joining Weston Foods, held position of Quality Director with Mondelez International (formerly Kraft Foods) in Europe, (Zurich, Switzerland) and Cadbury as QA Chocolate Director (Quality, Environmental, and Health & Safety) for NA/Europe/Global.

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