Sanitary Design Course for Equipment Certification

Building and Equipment Design

Sanitary Design Course for Equipment Certification

Learn how to interpret and apply ANSI's Z50.2 Standards to the design and installation of bakery equipment.

Poor equipment design can lead to food safety and quality issues. Learn how your bakery equipment can lessen the risk of product contamination, increase sanitation efforts and enhance operational efficiency when designed in compliance with ANSI's Z50.2 Equipment Design Standards for Bakery Equipment. In this two-day bakery equipment training workshop, you’ll perform actual equipment inspections against these standards in our on-site bakery to practice what you’ve learned. 

The course includes information on the expectations of regulatory agencies, retailers and consumers regarding food safety, as well as how equipment design can impact every aspect of the food process – including allergen control.

The BISSC Certified Symbol is a mark of quality demonstrating that equipment was designed and built to meet the strict requirements established in the Z50 Equipment Design Standards for Bakery Equipment. Upon completion of this course, participants will be authorized to proudly display the BISSC Certified Symbol on the equipment designed by their companies.

Who would benefit from this Bakery Equipment Design seminar?

This course is beneficial for all equipment manufacturers that design, build, and market bakery production equipment.

After this course, you’ll know how to:

  • Improve equipment quality using sanitary equipment design
  • Apply the Z50 Standards to the design and installation of bakery equipment
  • Identify contamination issues related to poor equipment design

Upon successful completion of this course you will receive 1.3 IACET continuing education units.

Time Activity
8:00 a.m. Registration and Introductions
8:15 a.m. Introduction to BISSC
  • Brief history and mission of BISSC
  • Introduction to the ANSI Rulemaking Process
8:45 a.m. Introduction to Food Safety Regulations
  • The History of the GMP's
  • GMP's Relevance to Equipment Design
  • The Proposed Changes to the GMP's
9:45 a.m. Break
10:00 a.m. The Market and Consumer's Perspective on Food Safety
  • Expectations of Regulatory Agencies, Retailers and the Consumer
  • Allergen Control: Why the Concern and What is the Connection to Equipment Design
11:00 a.m. The Application of Third Party or Certification Scheme and Food Safety Standards
  • What is Expected of the Baker During Food Safety Inspections
  • The Variety of Audit Schemes and Application to Equipment Design
  • Specific Requirements of the Regulations that Impact the Equipment Manufacturer
12:00 p.m. Lunch (On your own)
1:15 p.m. The Monetary Impact of Equipment Design
  • Monetary Impact of Poor Design on the Baker
  • Monetary Gain of Proper Equipment Design
2:30 p.m. Break
2:45 p.m. The BISSC Equipment Design Standards - A Critical Aspect of Food Safety
  • In-Depth Review and Discussion of the ANSI/ASB Standards
  • Definitions and Basic Criteria of Bakery Equipment Design
  • General Principles of Design
5:00 p.m. Adjourn
Time Activity
8:00 a.m. Installation Guidelines
  • Poor Installation Can Defeat Good Design
  • Proper Installation Can Enhance Good Design Qualities
9:30 a.m. Break
9:45 a.m. Equipment Certification / Inspection Workshop
  • Perform a Certification Inspection on Actual Bakery Equipment
  • Inspection Report Review and Documentation
11:30 a.m. BISSC Certification and Recertification Process
  • Requirements and Guidelines
  • Recertification Timeline and Testing
12:00 p.m. Presentation of Certificates and Adjourn

Enrollment information:

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Taxes will be added to stated seminar fees as applicable.

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This course is currently offered as private training. To schedule for your facility, email or call 800-633-5137.
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