FSMA Final Rule Webinar Series
Join us for Part II on December 8 & 16, 2015!
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Compliance is Not Negotiable...
FDA's final rules under FSMA are going to dramatically change the way food manufacturers do business. Many companies have a short 12-18 months to understand and comply with the rules. Come September 2016, FDA inspectors will start knocking on your door to assess your compliance with the regulations. GMA's top priority is helping you effectively and efficiently implement FSMA within your company. This webinar series will highlight all the key requirements for effective implementation and clarify what is in the final rules versus what was originally proposed. Hogan Lovells' leading team of food safety lawyers, will identify and address what food manufacturers should begin doing today to develop their implementation strategy for compliance.
*Dates are subject to change pending final rules release
Part I - Final Rules: Preventive Controls for Human and Animal Food
Friday, September 18, 2015
2:00 pm (EST) - 3:30 pm (EST)
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
12:30 pm (EST) - 2:00 pm (EST)
On Friday, September 11th, the Hogan Lovells team breaks down the final Preventive Controls rules for both human and animal food into an easy-to-understand digest while offering unique insight on the implications for your operation . FDA's Jenny Scott and Dr. Daniel McChesney join us on September 22nd to answer your questions raised by GMA's analyses of the rules.
At the conclusion of Part I, participants will have the knowledge to:
- Apply the regulation to their current food safety system
- Assess their current food safety system for compliance gaps
Registration for this event is now closed.
Part II - Final Rules: Foreign Supplier Verification and Third Party Certification
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
1:00 pm (EST) - 2:30 pm (EST)
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
1:00 pm (EST) - 2:30 pm (EST)
On Tuesday, December 8th, the Hogan Lovells team breaks down these final rules featuring new and enhanced requirements on importers, foreign suppliers, third party auditors and accreditation bodies into an easy-to-understand digest while offering unique insight on the implications for your operation. Charlotte Christin and Brian Pendlton, JD, both Senior Policy Advisors from the Office of the Commissioner, Office of Policy, FDA join us on December 16th to answer your questions raised by GMA's analyses of the rules.
At the conclusion of Part II, participants will have the knowledge to:
- Apply the regulations to their unique supply chain
- Assess their current import food safety system for compliance gaps
- Define the narrow scope of the Third Party Accreditation Rule
Who Should Attend?
Individuals who oversee their company's food safety system - ranging from direct plant management to corporate regulatory. Directors, supervisors and managers of food safety, quality assurance and regulatory affairs. Food Safety lawyers, general counsel and other legal and government affairs representatives would also benefit as this topic influences content they interface with regularly for their business.
Foreign Supplier Verification and Third Party Accreditation will be of unique interest to professionals specializing in supply chain as well as of interest to brokers, importers, accreditation and certification bodies.
Member Registration Fees:
|Series Pass - Registration Now Closed||$449.00|
|Part I: Preventive Controls for Human and Animal Food - Registration Now Closed||$249.00|
|Part II: Foreign Supplier Verification and Third Party Accreditation||$249.00|
Nonmember Registration Fees:
|Series Pass - Registration Now Closed||$999.00|
|Part I: Preventive Controls for Human and Animal Food - Registration Now Closed||$699.00|
|Part II: Foreign Supplier Verification and Third Party Accreditation||$699.00|
|Government, Academia, and Non-Profit Rate - Part II Only||$299.00|
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