Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI) training

7/30/19 to 8/1/19
Nashville, TX
United States
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requires one or more PCQIs in each facility that manufactures, processes, packs or holds animal food to develop and apply an animal food safety plan. Developed by the FSPCA, the 20-hour course provides the “standardized curriculum,” which is recognized by the Food and Drug Administration as adequate for PCQI training. The training will cover topics including:
• An overview of the FSMA requirements for animal food;
• Current Good Manufacturing Practices requirements;
• Animal food safety hazards;
• Overview of the food safety plan;
• Hazard analysis and preventive controls determination;
• Preventive controls management components;
• Process preventive controls;
• Sanitation preventive controls;
• Supply chain applied controls; and
• Recall plans.