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Calendar Icon Monday, May 4  Time Icon9:00am - 5:00pm

Intentional Adulteration: Conducting Vulnerability Assessment

The FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act rule: Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration (21 CFR Part 121) (IA Rule) requires that covered facilities develop and implement a food defense plan that protects the facility’s most vulnerable points from acts of intentional adulteration intended to cause wide scale public health harm. The points in a facilities operation that have these significant vulnerabilities are called “actionable process steps”. According the IA rule, individuals assigned to work at actionable process steps and their supervisors, are required to receive training in food defense awareness (21 CFR 121.4(b)(2)). This “Food Defense Awareness for the Intentional Adulteration Rule” is designed specifically for those individuals and will meet the food defense awareness training requirement within the IA rule.

Lead Instructors:

Nancy Mussack, Senior Manager, Corporate Food Safety, Smithfield Foods, Inc.
Charlie Kalish, Managing Member, Food Safety Guides


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