01-ENG-3002 Key Components of Allergen Control
Good Manufacturing Practices are the foundation for any food safety program and allergens are a part of that program. This course discusses that GMP’s are a pre-requisite to an allergen program and defines elements of a GMP program that can contribute to an effective allergen program.
The course also discusses key elements of an allergen program like supplier control, process and equipment design, scheduling and rework processes. It helps learners understand the purpose of these allergen programs and how they may impact them.
Course Length: 9 Minutes
Quiz Length: 3 Questions
Students who take this course will be able to:
- Identify key components of an Allergen Control Program
- Understand how suppliers contribute to the success of your Allergen Program
- Describe how traffic patterns poorly implemented can result in an allergen cross-contact issue
- Understand how color code policies can work to help protect the public from allergen cross contact
- Understand why rework control is an integral part of the allergen program
Who should take this course:
- Front Line Employees
- New additions to the Food Manufacturing Industry
- Quality Assurance, Sanitation, Maintenance and Shipping, Receiving Personnel
- Anyone learning about the food industry
**Completing this course does not result in achieving of college credit or continuing education units (CEU).