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Implementing an Effective Sanitation Program in a Food Manufacturing Facility | September 15th & 16th | Twin Falls, Idaho | In-Person
9/15/2021 8:00 AM
9/15/2021 5:00 PM
September 15th and 16th.
Course taught by NIST-MEP Tri-State (Washington, Montana, Idaho) Food Processing Specialist, Janna Hamlett of TechHelp, and the University of Idaho
Cost: $495 Per Person
This course is designed to teach the importance and basics of a sanitation program in a food manufacturing facility. It allows participants to understand how important a sanitation program is to a food facility's overall management and food quality and safety. Participants will be able to manage a sanitation program effectively. Guest speakers from industry and academia will provide up-to-date information on food industry best practices. This jam-packed 1.5-day course will offer both hands-on and practical information for managing today's sanitation program.
After completion of the course participants will be able to:
- Understand the importance of sanitation in a food manufacturing environment.
- Value the importance of a snatiation program in a food manufacturing facilities quality and safety plans
- Understand how sanitation impacts the biological, chemical, and physical hazards in a food facility (microorganisms, allergens, etc.)
- Manage a cost effective sanitation program
- Understand the importance of documenting a sanitation program to meet internal, regulatory, and 3rd party requirements.
Who Should Attend?
- Sanitation or Quality Technicians/Managers/Supervisors
- Production or Maintenance Supervisors/Managers
- Anyone who wants to understand the details of a sanitation program in a food manufacturing facility.
Topics to be Covered:
- Sanitary Design
- Good Manufacturing Practices
- Chemistry of Cleaning Chemicals
- CIP (Clean in Place) versus COP (Clean Out of Place)
- SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) and SSOP (Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures) and MSS (Master Sanitation Schedules)
- Personal Safety in sanitation
- Steps of Wet and Dry Cleaning
- Hygienic Zoning
- Pest Control relative to sanitation
- Sanitation Verification Programs (Pathogen Environmental Monitoring, ATP, Allergen Lateral Flow Testing, time, temperature, chemical concentrations)
- New Technology in Sanitation
College of Southern Idaho - ATIC Building, Twin Falls, Idaho