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Online Food Safety Basics for Artisan Cheesemakers Course

The Innovation Center for US Dairy, as part of the Artisan Dairy Safety Advisory Group, has created an online safe cheesemaking certificate course tailored to those working at small farmstead and artisan cheese facilities. This course has been developed by, and is now available through, North Carolina State University.


The course is intended to be an introduction to controlling food safety hazards through GMPs, sanitation, good design, and environmental monitoring. As an on-demand, self-paced, self-study resource, the Artisan Dairy Safety Advisory Group hopes it will help cheesemakers of all experience levels by providing important information in an easy-to-use format which is accessible at the user's convenience. The full course consists of five sections:
(1) Importance of Food Safety
(2) Regulations and Standards
(3) Food Safety Hazards
(4) Good Manufacturing Practices and Process Controls
(5) Environmental Pathogen Monitoring and Testing

As an introduction, this $140 course is available FREE of charge until 12/31/2017, use the promotion code INTRO-FREE when registering!

Register

Location: Online

Date: 7/25/2017 - 7/25/2017

Time: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM


Online Food Safety Basics for Artisan Cheesemakers Course

The Innovation Center for US Dairy, as part of the Artisan Dairy Safety Advisory Group, has created an online safe cheesemaking certificate course tailored to those working at small farmstead and artisan cheese facilities. This course has been developed by, and is now available through, North Carolina State University.


The course is intended to be an introduction to controlling food safety hazards through GMPs, sanitation, good design, and environmental monitoring. As an on-demand, self-paced, self-study resource, the Artisan Dairy Safety Advisory Group hopes it will help cheesemakers of all experience levels by providing important information in an easy-to-use format which is accessible at the user's convenience. The full course consists of five sections:
(1) Importance of Food Safety
(2) Regulations and Standards
(3) Food Safety Hazards
(4) Good Manufacturing Practices and Process Controls
(5) Environmental Pathogen Monitoring and Testing

As an introduction, this $140 course is available FREE of charge until 12/31/2017, use the promotion code INTRO-FREE when registering!

Register

Location: Online

Date: 7/26/2017 - 7/26/2017

Time: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM


Online Food Safety Basics for Artisan Cheesemakers Course

The Innovation Center for US Dairy, as part of the Artisan Dairy Safety Advisory Group, has created an online safe cheesemaking certificate course tailored to those working at small farmstead and artisan cheese facilities. This course has been developed by, and is now available through, North Carolina State University.


The course is intended to be an introduction to controlling food safety hazards through GMPs, sanitation, good design, and environmental monitoring. As an on-demand, self-paced, self-study resource, the Artisan Dairy Safety Advisory Group hopes it will help cheesemakers of all experience levels by providing important information in an easy-to-use format which is accessible at the user's convenience. The full course consists of five sections:
(1) Importance of Food Safety
(2) Regulations and Standards
(3) Food Safety Hazards
(4) Good Manufacturing Practices and Process Controls
(5) Environmental Pathogen Monitoring and Testing

As an introduction, this $140 course is available FREE of charge until 12/31/2017, use the promotion code INTRO-FREE when registering!

Register

Location: Online

Date: 7/27/2017 - 7/27/2017

Time: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM


Online Food Safety Basics for Artisan Cheesemakers Course

The Innovation Center for US Dairy, as part of the Artisan Dairy Safety Advisory Group, has created an online safe cheesemaking certificate course tailored to those working at small farmstead and artisan cheese facilities. This course has been developed by, and is now available through, North Carolina State University.


The course is intended to be an introduction to controlling food safety hazards through GMPs, sanitation, good design, and environmental monitoring. As an on-demand, self-paced, self-study resource, the Artisan Dairy Safety Advisory Group hopes it will help cheesemakers of all experience levels by providing important information in an easy-to-use format which is accessible at the user's convenience. The full course consists of five sections:
(1) Importance of Food Safety
(2) Regulations and Standards
(3) Food Safety Hazards
(4) Good Manufacturing Practices and Process Controls
(5) Environmental Pathogen Monitoring and Testing

As an introduction, this $140 course is available FREE of charge until 12/31/2017, use the promotion code INTRO-FREE when registering!

Register

Location: Online

Date: 7/28/2017 - 7/28/2017

Time: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM


Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop, in New Berlin, NY

Participants learn best practices and practical approaches for in-plant pathogen control through short lectures and hands-on small group sessions which include microbial swabbing techniques and strategies, evaluating sanitary design, and developing standard sanitation operating procedures. Significant learning comes from student interactions with peers from other companies and the subject matter expert trainers; this is a rare opportunity to share on a topic which protects public health and the industry. This event is hosted by HP Hood and Chobani.

Register

Location: New Berlin, NY

Date: 8/1/2017 - 8/2/2017

Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

For more information, please contact:
Maria Velasco
International Dairy Foods Association
Email: registrar@idfa.org

Dairy Supplier Food Safety Management Workshop September in Rosemont, Illinois

This workshop was designed for dairy companies and their suppliers who seek to assure the food safety performance of their supply network. It is science-based and was designed to help companies identify, quantify, and mitigate risks from ingredients, packaging, equipment, and services.

Participants learn how to use a toolkit that assesses their supply and suppliers for food safety hazards and that helps determine appropriate prevention and mitigation steps. Participants will be introduced to minimum and best practices associated with supplier food safety programs.


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Location: Rosemont, Illinois

Date: 9/19/2017 - 9/20/2017

Time: 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM


Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop, in Dallas, TX

Participants learn best practices and practical approaches for in-plant pathogen control through short lectures and hands-on small group sessions which include microbial swabbing techniques and strategies, evaluating sanitary design, and developing standard sanitation operating procedures. Significant learning comes from student interactions with peers from other companies and the subject matter expert trainers; this is a rare opportunity to share on a topic which protects public health and the industry. This event is hosted by Saputo Dairy.

Register

Location: Dallas, TX

Date: 10/3/2017 - 10/4/2017

Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

For more information, please contact:
Maria Velasco
International Dairy Foods Association
Email: registrar@idfa.org