The Preventive Controls Rule for Human Food is robust, extensive and final. As firms struggle to understand the implications of the rules, many resources exist today through blogs, publications, and seminars that provide insight. Though information wealth is abundant, many of these solutions do not provide direction specific to your needs, and your questions.
Being fearful and apprehensive is normal with such tough regulations, but being informed and prepared is the right thing to do to ensure compliance.
This session by expert speaker Valerie Scheidt, MBA, CP-FS, will simplify the PC Rule for Human foods, and explain the role of a Qualified Individual becoming a beacon of change for your organization. You’ll get tips that are relevant for any firm in the food industry, yet customized for your particular operation. Unlike other training events where information is passed down from the speaker “at” the audience, this session will include interactive tools and resources that can be immediately applied to benefit the current state of your organization.
Why Should You Attend:
This 60-minute webinar breaks down the final Preventive Controls rules for human food into an easy-to-understand digest while offering unique insight on the implications for your operation. At the end, you will have the knowledge to:
This program will provide answers to these important questions:
You will also get answers to the following tough questions:
Who Should Attend
Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
- Shawn K. Stevens
Learning and performance expert, speaker, writer, consultant and facilitator, Valerie Scheidt, MBA, CP-FS is the founder of Keystone Quality, LLC, an Arizona-based consulting firm with expertise in food safety, compliance, performance improvement, change management, procedural enhancement, and knowledge transfer. Keystone’s mission is to create more positive and productive workplaces while aligning performance strategy to organizational goals.