Introduction to HACCP Principles for Meat and Allied Industries
Offered by CFAES Wooster and Accredited by the International HACCP Alliance
September 17th – October 11th, 2018
- Introduction to HACCP
- Sanitation and SSOPs
- Biological Hazards
- Chemical Hazards
- Physical Hazards
- Developing a HACCP Plan
- Hazard Analysis
- Critical Control Points
- Critical Limits
- Corrective Actions
- Record Keeping
- Organizing and Managing Food Safety Program
- HACCP and Regulatory Agencies
This workshop is a 20-hour workshop (first 14 hours will be delivered in a series of online modules, culminating with the final 6 hours in-person).
*Access to a computer with an Internet connection is available in the library at Ohio State ATI (Halterman Hall lobby) if needed.
Week of September 17 - Online coursework
Week of September 24 - Online coursework
Week of October 1 - Online coursework
Thursday, October 11, 9AM-4PM – in-person session at the OSU Wooster Campus
Registration Deadline: August 10
Investment: $350 (Includes: Participant handouts, continental breakfast and lunch on October 11)
Daniel Clark, Ph.D.
Assistant Research Professor, Department of Animal Sciences
HACCP Alliance Accredited Lead Instructor
This course utilizes the book HACCP - A Systematic Approach to Food Safety: A Comprehensive Manual for Developing and Implementing a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point Plan, 5th Edition, which can be purchased here: www.gmaonline.org/forms/store/ProductFormPublic/haccp-manual-5th-edition
While it is not necessary for every individual to have the book, we do recommend at least one per organization, and we HIGHLY recommend you have access to it and have it on-hand before starting the online portion of this course. Copies will be also be available for use in the Ohio State ATI library.
Click here to register for the HACCP workshop