Food Defense For Food Manufacturers

FDA defines Key Activity Types (KAT) as the activities that needs to be identified because they provide a potential point of access; if a contaminant is successfully introduced it will be distributed into a larger volume of food during the product flow.

For managing a vulnerability assessment you need to identify the processes that are exposed to get contaminated and the impact considering three elements.

During this webinar, we'll discuss vulnerability assessments, including:

  • How to conduct Vulnerability assessments
  • Risk (Severity and Scale) Calculations
  • Based on element #1 Potential Impact on Human Health
  • Based on element #2 Access to Product
  • Based on element #3 Ability to successfully contaminate
  • Product Decision making as to Vulnerable or not
  • Justification for not including in Food Defense Plan
  • Q&A

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