MANHATTAN, KANSAS, U.S. — Kansas State University’s IGP Institute is partnering with AIB International on Oct. 27-29 to teach grain milling industry professionals how to develop and execute Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) programs.
“The Food Safety Modernization Act has increased food safety awareness making a comprehensive HACCP plan a vital part of any management plan,” said Mark Fowler, IGP Institute associate director and milling specialist. “This course was developed in partnership with AIB International to address the specific HACCP requirements of a grain processing facility.”
The course will cover topics including the history of HACCP, identifying key parts of wheat milling, common sanitary design flaws in mills, how to communicate why FSMA was implemented, applying the 12 steps of Codex to a grain milling operation to create a HACCP plan and compiling a HACCP manual.
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