Managing Food Allergens In Manufacturing

By: Verner Wheelock Associates  19/04/2012
Keywords: food industry, food safety, food safety training

This one day course is designed for those who are responsible for designing, implementing and auditing allergen management systems. Essential aspects of allergen control in food manufacturing will be explained using examples during the course.


  • Food allergens - The need for their responsible management
  • Labelling legislation regarding food allergens
  • Standards requirements regarding food allergens
  • Allergen risk assessment process
  • Controlling allergens in the food process from supplier to delivery
  • Cleaning and validation process
  • Allergen testing methods
  • Verification of the allergen management system
  • Next Course is 15th October 2012

    Keywords: BRC Issue 6, food industry, food safety, food safety training,

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