Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)
Learn the basics of GMPs in very practical terms, and understand everyone's role in keeping food safe.
Through 35 minutes of course content, this training reinforces key messages about awareness in the plant, and teaches how to build habits that benefit everybody.
It will help you meet regulatory requirements, as implementing and maintaining GMPs is required by both FSMA and FDA regulations!
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Is This Training for Me?
This training is designed for new employees, visitors to your facility and generally anyone working in the food manufacturing or processing industry.
4 Lessons ~ 35 minutes lesson time
Practical short exercises
Why should I care about GMPs?: What are GMPs, who they affect, and why they are so important.
General Rules: How GMPs relate to personal hygiene, personal items, hand hygiene, illness & injury.
Production: Important GMPs for production and packaging areas like housekeeping, tools, and handling materials.
Programs: How GMPs affect processes and programs, especially pest control, bioterrorism, and allergens.
After This Training, You Will Be Able To:
Understand the importance of following GMPs
Build food-safe habits that benefit everybody
Know how to act in different situations
Know how to mitigate risk
How Would This Training Benefit Me?
The training provides tips and resources for how to act in different situations so you know what to do to mitigate risk.
In addition, by ensuring everyone on your team understands and follows the rules of GMPs, you will be able to maintain product integrity, promote accountability, foster a positive food safety culture, and keep your customers safe!
To access our online training, you will need:
- Desktop computer,
- Laptop computer,
- Tablet, or
- Mobile device
Your device will need to have the following capabilities:
- Video/audio output
- High-speed internet connection (minimum speed of 5Mbps recommended)
- The latest version of one of the following browsers: Google, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge