FSMA’s Sanitary Transportation Rule is Here: How to Stay on the Right Track


The compliance date is here!

As of April 6, 2017, companies with over $500,000 in revenue must comply with FDA’s Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food rule. The rule sets forth sanitary requirements for shippers, loaders, carriers, and receivers involved in transporting human and animal food to ensure food safety. Watch the webinar to find out how the rule applies to you and learn what you should be doing to ensure compliance.

Key takeaways:

  • The new rule’s objective is to prevent practices during transportation that create food safety risks
  • Shippers, loaders, carriers, and receivers are all subject to the new rule and have specific requirements for compliance
  • Large businesses must comply with the rule by April 6, 2017, and small businesses must comply by April 6, 2018
  • Employee training and reinforcement are key to ensuring compliance. Embrace drivers as part of your food safety culture — train drivers on food safety concepts specific to their role (contact us today – Alchemy’s driver course offerings are ready now!)

By clicking “Watch the Webinar” you will receive the webinar recording, webinar podcast, and webinar slides.

 


Featured Panelists


Kristie Grzywinski, Senior Technical Manager for the Food Marketing Institute’s Safe Quality Food (SQF) Institute

Samantha Cooper, Sr. Manager Food Safety & Quality Assurance – Regulatory Affairs division at GMA

Ms. Cooper works with member companies to develop solutions to scientific, regulatory, and public policy issues affecting the food industry, analyzing regulatory developments and food safety issues, and acting as liaison for the Regulatory Inspection Compliance Committee and the FSMA Supply Chain Management Working Group. She is a HACCP Lead Instructor, FSPCA Human Food Lead Instructor, and FSPCA Foreign Supplier Verification Programs Lead Instructor.

Jeff Chilton, Vice President of Professional Services, Alchemy

Laura Dunn Nelson, Vice President of Food Safety & Global Alliances at Alchemy

Laura Dunn Nelson brings over 30 years of experience implementing food safety and quality control programs for processing, packaging, food service, and retail operations. Laura has worked with global retailers and manufacturers in the implementation of their food and workplace safety programs. She has also assisted food companies in the successful implementation of good manufacturing practices (GMP), quality assurance, and HACCP programs.

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