Management Development for the Food Safety/Sanitation Professional

Invest in your sanitation staff and give them the skills needed to recognize food safety and sanitation issues and manage your programs in today’s changing food industry. Our experienced instructors use interactive applications and one-on-one tutorials to prepare professionals to assess a facility, establish sanitation and food safety goals, develop programs and activities, and manage programs for continuous improvement.

Food plant supervisors and lead personnel will learn how to run successful food plant programs in this hands-on training program that develops the skills irneeded to become future department managers, floor foremen, or quality managers. Management Development for the Food Safety/Sanitation Professional is offered under AIB's accreditation. Upon graduation, students will receive a certificate of accomplishment and will be publically recognized during a graduation ceremony.

After this seminar you’ll know how to:

  • Develop, implement, and manage formal sanitation and food safety programs for continuous improvement
  • Apply the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) regulations to food manufacturing and distribution facilities
  • Maintain plant conditions that meet the scope of FSMA’s preventive prerequisite program requirements
  • Inspect facilities and equipment to assess compliance with sanitation and food safety criteria, identify root causes, and implement effective preventive actions
  • Budget for sanitation needs and evaluate effectiveness and efficiency of implementation through KPIs and cost functions

Topics Include:

  • U.S. Food Regulations and the GMPs
  • Regulatory Inspections & FSMA
  • Sanitary Design and Maintenance
  • Prerequisite Programs
  • Receiving/Warehousing
  • Supplier Requirements
  • Microbiology
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Foreign Material
  • Allergen Control
  • Sanitation Programs
  • Chemical Control
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Personnel Practices
  • Self-Inspections
  • Training & Education
  • Budgeting for Sanitation
  • Economics of Food Safety
  • Inspection Practicums
  • Food Defense

There are scheduled activities for every teaching topic, including:

  • Hands-on labs (swabbing, pest identification, etc)
  • Cleaning validation
  • Developing Master Cleaning Schedules
  • Self-inspections
  • Developing relevant programs, policies and procedures
  • Daily visits to on-site pilot plant for hands-on workshops

Enrollment Information

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Management Development for the Food Safety/Sanitation Professional Manhattan, Kansas, United States
Apr 30 - May 18, 2018
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