NEW RULE TO IMPACT THOUSANDS OF FOOD FACILITIES
On September 17, 2015, FDA made history by publishing the Food Safety Modernization Act’s final rule for the Preventive Controls Rule for Human Food ("the Rule"). FDA estimates that there are 83,819 food facilities affected by this rule, which demands extensive record keeping and compliance with numerous new food safety requirements.
Having a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI) onsite who understands the new requirements and is capable of developing a written food safety plan is critical to complying with this new rule. UC San Diego Extension is now offering a 2.5 day PCQI training using the only standardized curriculum recognized by FDA.*
Register: Link to course webpage
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
UC San Diego Extension's instructors are industry leaders in food safety training and consulting. See their bios by clicking on the links:
Charlie Kalish, Senior Director of Food Safety
Michael Kalish, Senior Technical Advisor for Food Safety
To learn more about the Food Safety Modernization Act’s Preventive Controls Rule for Human Food and how it applies to your business, register for our short, no-cost online info session.
*This class is an approved FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food training.