Food Plant Microbiology and Hazards 101
This course reviews the microbiological ecology of a food manufacturing facility, and serves as an introduction to microbial, chemical and physical food safety hazards. Furthermore, identifying how different environments and products can select for certain food safety hazards.
- Principles of food microbiology
- Top food safety hazards
- Control strategies to effectively implement respective to product risk
- Cause and importance of previous food safety incidents
- Microbiological criteria to conduct effective sampling plans
Who should attend?
Intended for those that are looking to improve and/or implement their facility’s food safety program as well as those interested in gaining more knowledge of the potential food safety hazards within the industry today. Those involved in the industry include; Quality Control/Assurance personnel, Production Management/Supervisors, and Facility Personnel.
Upcoming Public Courses
Agenda / Registration
|February 7-8, 2017||Louisville, KY||$695|
|May 2-3, 2017||Des Moines, IA||$695|
Please contact us to receive more information about the Food Plant Microbiology and Hazards 101 training course.