Holly has over 30 years of experience in the food industry with companies including ConAgra, Kellogg, and Sara Lee. She has held leadership positions in food safety, quality assurance, sanitation, and plant regulatory affairs. She was honored with the 2013 SQF Outstanding Achievement Award and was named 2016 Food Logistics Champion. Holly is passionate about the importance of training in the food industry.
FDA’s Preventive Controls Rule: Common Misconceptions Revealed
The FDA’s Preventive Controls Rule (PCR) has been out for almost a year, yet many companies are still uncertain on how to fully comply. Do you know what parts of the rule impact your company? Are you aware of the recent enforcement changes by the FDA? Will you be ready when an auditor comes?
- The purpose of the Preventive Control Rule (PCR) is to establish and implement a food safety program for controlling “hazards requiring a preventive control”.
- The PCR affects any organization required to register as a food facility with staggered compliance deadlines depending on company size.
- PCR ≠ GSFI or similar schemes: While these schemes provide a good foundation, there are differences between the schemes and the PCR legal requirement.
- When implementing PCR, remember “TRED” confidentially to build a robust food safety program.
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