Learning about feed HACCP at Kansas State University

05-03-2010 | |

Professionals working in feed manufacturing industry can increase their knowledge on Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) in April at Kansas State University.

The National Grain & Feed Association (NGFA), the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) and Kansas State University are teaming up to provide a Feed Manufacturing Short Course designed to provide training and education on developing a HACCP plan for all sectors of the feed industry.

The course is scheduled from 5-8 April, 2010, and will be conducted in Manhattan, Kansas.

It is designed for a wide variety of personnel involved with the safety of feed products, including feed mill supervisors and managers, quality assurance personnel, and ingredient purchasers.

Topics for the interactive course include an overview of HACCP in the feed industry, current feed industry regulations, HACCP prerequisite programs, hazard identification and risk analysis, and the seven HACCP principles.

Registration is $475-per person, which includes all handout materials, breakfasts and lunches, refreshments and one dinner.

Registration is limited to 35 participants on a first-come-first-serve basis. More information is available through a NGFA-flyer.

Natalie Kinsley Freelance journalist
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