Milwaukee, WI – Safe Food Resources announced they are expanding the reach of their in-person FSMA Preventive Controls training courses to include seven new cities across the US in spring 2016. The food safety courses will grow from their hometown of Milwaukee and expand to include Chicago, Minneapolis, Green Bay, Fond du Lac, Denver, Kansas City and Las Vegas.
“As the food industry continues to evolve, it’s more important than ever that food safety professionals and leaders are investing in an educated work force,” said Vicky Waskiewicz, founder of Safe Food Resources. “We are thrilled to bring access to our workshops to more cities across the U.S. and provide lasting quality food safety courses and education for the food industry.”
The two day workshops fulfill all the requirements and arm attendees with successful, practical tools to oversee and prepare a food safety plan compliant with the FSMA. They go beyond the norm with the courses specifically designed to be hands on and are presented under a standardized curriculum recognized by the FDA.
The expansion of the food safety courses will permit Safe Food Resources to expand its mission to ensure food manufacturing organizations can meet training requirements set by the Code of Federal Regulations and achieve their safety goals.
The FMSA workshops will continue to expand are more news is expected to be released when the spring FSMA Preventive Controls workshops are complete.
About The FSMA
Prior to publishing the FSMA Final Rules, the FDA created the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA) that consists of members of the FDA as well as members of academia to write the education program and ensure industry had the understanding and technical knowledge to effectively comply with the FSMA Preventive Controls Final Rule. This includes both the domestic and foreign food industries along with the upcoming rule for Foreign Supplier Verification Programs (FSVP).
About Safe Food Resources
Safe Food Resources is a Milwaukee-based full service food safety consulting firm. Its mission is to protect the food supply through education and empowerment of those charged with the farm to fork process. They provide food safety professionals with the knowledge and expertise needed to promote food safety, quality and regulatory compliance.
For more information and to register for a course, please visit http://safe-food-resources.com/training-courses/
To learn more about FMSA compliance and Safe Food Resources, please contact Vicky Waskiewicz, Media Relations
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