MANHATTAN, KANSAS, U.S. — AIB International and Kansas State University’s Department of Grain Science and Industry IGP Institute are teaming up to present a three-day FSMA-focused course. The event is scheduled for Nov. 7-9 in Manhattan.
The course, “FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food + HAACP Integration for FSMA Compliance for Millers,” is geared toward individuals whose grain mill facilities produce human food, AIB said. Specifically, it’s geared toward quality assurance managers, HAACP practitioners, food safety coordinators, plant managers and others responsible for overseeing food safety plans.
“Our clients, like most of the food industry, face the challenge of providing FDA-approved training for their personnel charged with developing and executing their preventive controls plan.” said Gary Burgess, general manager of food safety services at AIB. “AIB International is proud to partner with the IGP to provide an engaging learning experience that meets this critical industry demand for food safety team leaders in FDA-regulated grain mills.”
Shawn Thiele, flour milling and grain processing curriculum manager, added, “We are very excited about the partnership between AIB and K-State’s IGP Institute. This unique training experience will provide grain millers with an integrated experience so that they fully meet FSMA’s preventive control qualified individual requirements.”
For more information about the FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food + HACCP Integration for FSMA Compliance for Millers course, click here.