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Advanced HACCP Training at Process Expo 2017

08 Jun

BY: Stacey Pisani

Food Safety

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On behalf of the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA), Kestrel Management is pleased to be offering a 2-day Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) certification training course at the 2017 PROCESS EXPO in Chicago.

HACCP Training Course Description

The 2-day HACCP course will cover the current Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) compliance requirements, with focus on the Preventive Controls Rule and how this aligns with the existing industry HACCP requirements. Training will assist food industry professionals in understanding the requirements for hazard analysis, preventive controls required for Qualified Individuals, and the FSMA requirements impacting their responsibilities and their companies. Course content is based directly on the FSMA regulations and cGMPs under FDA CFR Section 117.

For the incredibly low price of $699 ($799 after July 19), course enrollees can get the benefit of this valuable industry certification AND enjoy admission to PROCESS EXPO, including access to the innovative show floor, additional educational programming, and networking opportunities with colleagues from across the country and around the world.

*Participants will be certified to HACCP and as Qualified Individuals.


This course will be led by Kestrel Management’s Roberto Bellavia, Food Safety Lead, and Senior Consultant, and Frank Ferko, Senior Consultant.

Kestrel Management’s Food Safety division helps companies achieve compliance with regulatory and food safety certification requirements, including GFSI and FSMA. Led by senior consultants averaging over 25 years of experience, team members are certified in FSSC 22000, BRC, IFS, and HACCP training/development, and share expertise that integrates quality, environment, safety, and security.

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