According to OSHA, bioterrorism is the intentional use of microorganisms to bring about ill effects or death to humans, livestock, or crops. The use of micro-organisms to cause disease is a growing concern for public health officials and agricultural bodies.
The reach of these bioterrorists also includes potentially infiltrating the security of food processing facilities. Food Safety: Facility Security will explain that maintaining a safe and secure facility takes the effort of each employee to be vigilant and report anything unusual.
By following a food defense plan, quality controls and security procedures facilities can produce goods that are safe for consumers. Food Safety: Facility Security discusses security initiatives common to any food facility and shares how regulatory agencies assist in the compliance of these procedures.
Food Safety: Facility Security is a cutting-edge food safety training program that will make sure employees on every level of your organization understand:
Food Safety: Facility Security can be used together with other courses within the Food Safety Series or separately as a stand-alone program. For further info on other food safety training programs available, please click on any of the following titles:
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