Additional meetings will be held in Atlanta and Des Moines, Iowa
The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) announced registration is open for two additional Food Safety Modernization Act Regional Seminars:”Phase 1: Building a Foundation for Compliance.” The meetings will be hosted in Des Moines, Iowa, and Atlanta on Aug. 11-12 and Aug. 14-15, respectively.
The Iowa- and Georgia-based seminars are two of the three meetings making up the FSMA Regional Seminar Phase I process. The first meeting, to be hosted in Sacramento, California, July 27-28, was announced by the association this month.
“All three seminars will cover identical topics and are designed by AFIA experts to help the industry better understand the largest set of rules to impact feed and pet food since the 1950s,” said Richard Sellers, AFIA senior vice president of legislative and regulatory affairs.
The training sessions will cover various components of the new law that will be required by feed and pet food manufacturers as well as ingredient suppliers. All three phases of the regional seminars are ideal for those interested in understanding how FSMA will impact their business, and will be most beneficial to those that manufacture animal feed, pet food and feed ingredients.
Instructors will focus on the requirements for feed manufacturing, pet food manufacturing and ingredient suppliers to comply with the FSMA law. Participants will be provided with samples of procedures, forms and reference information that can be utilized in their corporate offices to develop a compliance plan.