Develop food plant sanitation programs and procedures that shine!

New regulations, new products, microbiological concerns, and customer demands challenge personnel responsible for food safety to remain current. This must-have seminar will help you find more effective, efficient, and cost-saving ways to stay on track. Learn how to develop and manage critical food plant programs that allow you to produce safe, legal food products and meet your customers’ quality expectations. All personnel with food safety and sanitation responsibilities should attend.

After this seminar you’ll know how to:

  • Develop a strategy to control common stored-product insects, rodents, and bird pests
  • Select the proper cleaning compound, sanitizing material, and methods of use for food processing equipment
  • Develop control strategies to avoid allergen cross-contamination
  • Identify sanitary design deficiencies in equipment and structures and develop methods to minimize their impact on food safety programs

Upon succesful completion of this course you will receive 2.5 IACET continuing education units.

Schedule Your Training

Course Details | Cancellation Information

This seminar is not being offered at a public location this year, but is available at any time for plants interested in private training.


Food Safety and Sanitation for Food Plants
Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Feb 06 - 09, 2018$1,345.00

Food Safety and Sanitation for Food Plants
Manhattan, Kansas, United States

Jun 26 - 29, 2018$1,345.00