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Effective Strategies for Meeting New HACCP Regulations

Learn how to properly validate your HACCP plans and prerequisite programs to produce safe, unadulterated product


A properly validated HACCP System is imperative to assure the safety of your food products, prevent foodborne illness outbreaks and to meet regulatory requirements. Companies need to prepare now to determine what reassessments and validations will need to be completed to comply with the new requirements. Will your company be ready in time to avoid non-compliance and enforcement actions?

Join us as we discuss how to identify critical operational parameters, how to reference scientific or technical support, how to complete in-plant validation and how to document validation of your HACCP Plan and prerequisite programs validations to strengthen your food safety system.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the new regulatory requirements of the HACCP Systems Validation Compliance Guidelines, FSIS Notice 27-15 and the Federal Register Notice
  • Learn about the two elements of HACCP Systems Validation, how to identify critical operational parameters and proper use of decision-making documents
  • Identify methods to properly validate your HACCP plans and prerequisite programs

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Featured Panelists


Jeff Chilton
Jeff has over 30 years of experience in the food industry, specializing in food safety, quality assurance, and plant management. He was President of Chilton Consulting Group for 16 years assisting clients achieve GFSI certification under the SQF, BRC, or FSSC 22000 standards.


Andy Chilton
Andy serves as the Business Development Manager for the Professional Services team at Alchemy.  Andy works with the consultants on our Professional Services team to  meet clients’ needs in the areas of food safety, workplace safety, and operations.