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FSMA ensures that prevention is the cornerstone of our nation's food safety strategy and the sanitary transportation rule embodies that same principle. This rule establishes criteria for sanitary transportation practices, such as properly refrigerating food, adequately cleaning vehicles between loads, and properly protecting food during transportation. The rule applies to shippers, carriers, and receivers who transport food by motor or rail vehicle that will be consumed or distributed in the United States, including shippers located overseas. The rule is intended to ensure that persons engaged in the transportation of food that is at the greatest risk for contamination during transportation follow appropriate sanitary transportation practices.
Once effective, this rule will establish requirements for vehicles and transportation equipment, transport operations, information exchange procedures, training, records, and procedures by which FDA may waive these requirements.
Our experts and our team from Hogan Lovells -- Elizabeth Fawell and Maile Hermida -- break down the final Sanitary Transportation rule into an easy-to-understand digest while offering unique insight on the implications for your operation.
At the conclusion of the seminar, participants will understand:
Which requirements affect their business depending on the role their business plays in transportation operations
What areas they will need to focus on to ensure they are compliant with the new rule
|Page length:||66 slides; Running Time Part I - 66 mins; Running|