cGMP Food Safety: Current Good Manufacturing Practices Food Safety Workshop & Certification

Are you ready for your next food safety inspection?

If you’re working on FSMA compliance, you know that your company must follow Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) Regulations. These procedures ensure that food is safe and has been prepared, packed, and stored under hygienic conditions. cGMPs are critical, not only to FSMA compliance but to every food safety and quality certification. That means every employee working with food products must be up-to-date on cGMPs and understand their importance. Current Good Manufacturing Practice Requirements and Readiness is a one-day workshop to help you and your staff learn, refresh, or update your knowledge of cGMP.

The training will cover:

    • Core requirements
    • Changes to former requirements
    • Best practices on how to achieve compliance

The workshop is also an excellent way to prepare for FDA and third-party Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) inspections. The training will outline what to expect, how to interact effectively with investigators, and how to respond to questions and recommendations.

Workshop Outcomes:

    • Understand the components and requirements of cGMP within the food and beverage industry
    • Be able to implement cGMP through your organization to ensure sanitary and processing requirements are being met
    • Receive a certificate of successful completion for the course (after passing a written knowledge test)

Who Should Attend:

Management, Operations, Quality Assurance, Maintenance, Sanitation, Office Personnel, anyone inspected by a regulatory body, FDA, or third-party auditors.


Jolene Cram

Food Safety Project Manager

Jolene Cram, Food Safety Coordinator with the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC), is a Certified Food Scientist with more than 20 years of experience in food manufacturing and product development. She has a broad background of experiences, including food safety and quality, new product introduction, Research and Development, new product processes, project management, State-Gate®, and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Jolene is an FSPCA Lead Instructor in Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI) for Human Food and has completed formal training in Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP), Preventive Controls for Animal Food, Low Acid and Acidified Canned Food, and FSPCA Foreign Supplier Verification Programs.

August 5th, 2021

Face-To-Face: $275

iMpact Utah Training Center 380 Technology Court, Suite 200 Lindon, UT 84042

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