MANHATTAN, KANSAS, U.S. — AIB International, the IGP Institute and the Kansas State University Department of Grain Science and Industry are offering the Grain Milling HACCP Workshop Oct. 25-27 in Manhattan, Kansas, U.S.

This course explores key elements of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) related to the flour milling process. Instructors will cover essential prerequisite programs and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and food safety hazards associated with cereal grains, then dive into a step-by-step process to developing, implementing, and managing a HACCP program. Supervisors and managers in grain milling operations will benefit from this practical, hands-on approach to HACCP. The course is accredited by the International HACCP Alliance.

Following this seminar, attendees will know how to:

  • Identify common sanitary design flaws in mills and make recommendations for correction.
  • Prepare a company to comply with Food Safety Modernization Act regulations.
  • Control food safety hazards in the milling industry using key prerequisite programs
  • Apply the 12 steps of Codex to a grain milling operation to create a HACCP plan.
  • Compile a HACCP Manual.

After completing the course, attendees will receive 1.7 IACET continuing education units.

To enroll, contact the local AIB office. Course details are available here.