SafetyChain Software’s October 30 FSMA Fridays Continues Discussion of Final FSMA Preventive Control Rules for Human & Animal Food

SafetyChain’s monthly FSMA Fridays online session, featuring Dr. David Acheson and The Acheson Group team, will focus on supply chain environmental monitoring and distribution centers

SafetyChain Software, leaders in Food Safety Chain Management Systems that Automate, Streamline & Improve Food Safety and Quality Assurance™ (FSQA), is pleased to announce the topic for its October 30, 2015 FSMA Fridays session: Preventive Controls for Human & Animal Food Part 2 – Supply Chain Environmental Monitoring, Distribution Centers and More.

SafetyChain’s FSMA Fridays is an online, interactive forum that helps the food and beverage industry stay up-to-date on FDA’s Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA); examines the impact FSMA rules will have on food safety and quality operations; and provides guidance on how to prepare for FSMA compliance. It is estimated that more than 80 percent of food and beverage companies will have to comply with FSMA.

This popular monthly series with more than 2,000 ongoing registrants features FSMA icon Dr. David Acheson and The Acheson Group’s (TAG) food safety team, who address pre-submitted and live questions from the audience, on a schedule of FSMA related topics.

Due to an overwhelming response to last month’s FSMA Fridays session, the October session taking place this Friday, October 30 will be a continuation of the discussion on the final Preventive Control Rules for Human and Animal Food. Dr. David Acheson and his TAG team will share insights on:

  • Main challenges that the industry is facing with the Preventive Control rule implementation
  • Best approach to supply chain control compliance
  • What companies should do with their current HACCP plan
  • Best approach to record keeping with all the new requirements for records
  • Best approach to developing an environmental control program
  • Preventive control rule compliance for companies that are GFSI-certified
  • What companies that use scraps for animal feed need to do to comply with the animal rule

As always, the Acheson Group team will be taking audience questions live.

How to Register
Registration for SafetyChain Software’s FSMA Fridays series is complimentary at: Once registered, participants receive archives to all past events and are automatically registered for all future FSMA Friday topics.

About SafetyChain Software
SafetyChain Software helps you automate, streamline and continuously improve your food safety and quality programs at all points along your supply chain. SafetyChain solutions help save time and money while creating operational efficiencies that help you deliver safe, quality food within KPIs. SafetyChain’s single, dedicated platform – SafetyChain for Food – includes Supplier Compliance, Food Safety Management, Food Quality Management and Regulatory/GFSI Compliance and Audit Readiness. SafetyChain for Food is cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service solution, designed to be affordable and generate fast, hard-dollar Return on Investment. SafetyChain solutions are used globally by leading companies in all food industry verticals, including suppliers/growers, manufacturers, distributors and food service / retail.

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About The Acheson Group (TAG)
Global food supplies, changing consumer expectations and expanding regulations are creating more risk for food companies. The Acheson Group’s mission is to work with food companies, and those that provide technology to food companies, to help manage this changing risk outlook. TAG is able to offer quality, strategic consulting due to the diverse nature, training and experience of its team. TAG seeks to be valued advisors to its clients by building a very close relationship that brings together an environment of good communication through a significant amount of direct client interaction.