Dairy Plant Food Safety Controls
Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshops
Focused on pathogen-control guidelines and principles, the goal of the Innovation Center’s Food Safety Committee is to develop and encourage industry adoption of in-plant pathogen control programs. The Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop is offered several times each year to provide hands-on, interactive learning, tools and templates. Attendees learn food safety fundamentals from a group of industrywide expert trainers who leverage their quality leadership and in-plant roles to answer tough questions. The classes mix lecture, hands-on activities, and team exercises to develop programs including EMP, SSOPs, and troubleshooting.
Dairy Plant Food Safety Resources (materials used or referenced in the class)
Control of Pathogens: Guidance for the U.S. Dairy Industry
Comprehensive guidance document on pathogen controls which follows the ‘Pathogen Equation’
Dairy Equipment Design Checklist
This is the list you will need for evaluating equipment designs for dairy equipment designs.
Dairy Facility Design Check list
This is the list you will need for evaluating facility designs for a dairy facility.
Dairy Pathogen Control Program Assessment
This is the list you will need for evaluating a pathogen control program for the dairy industry.
Seven steps of effective dry sanitation
This list will walk you through the Good, Bad and Ugly.
Powder Sanitizer Validation for LM RTE Plants
This document helps meat and poultry processors to identify and share best practices for control.
Sanitation SOP Development
This form has been designed to provide a guide in assessing sanitation needs and procedures.
Free online Hygienic Design of Equipment and Facilities Courses from 3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc.
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