TAG Events and Webinars Calendar
Virtual IA Vulnerability Assessment Training
February 1 - February 2
To fulfill the requirements of FSMA’s Intentional Adulteration (IA) Rule, food facilities must develop and maintain a written Food Defense Plan (FDP). This FDP must be written by a Food Defense Qualified Individual (FDQI). Included in the requirements for the written FDP is a vulnerability assessment (VA) for each facility.
To assist FDQIs in the development of the written FDP, TAG is offering a virtual IA VA training from February 1-2, 2022. TAG’s training, delivered by Director of Food Safety, Christopher Snabes, and Executive Vice President of Food Safety and Public Health, Dr. Rolando Gonzalez, follows the standardized curriculum developed by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA) and recognized by the FDA. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion for the “FSPCA Intentional Adulteration Vulnerability Assessments,” using the Three Fundamental Elements approach, upon successful completion of the training.
Required pre-requisite training: KAT and Mitigation Training courses are required to be taken prior to this training. This training will be offered the day before the course begins on January 31.
*$595 per person plus training materials and shipping fees. An additional $50 per person for the pre-requisite training.
Email Megan.Keida@AchesonGroup.com to register.