The Food Industry Business Roundtable
2019 FIRST FREE TRAINING CLASS
Thomas Huntley, William Thomas Huntley & Associates
FIBR FOOD SAFETY COUNCIL MEMBER - LEAD TRAINER
- What is Root Cause Analysis? (RCA)
- Why use Root Cause Analysis?
- When to use Root Cause Analysis?
- Who should be doing a Root Cause Analysis?
If you are a Preventative Controls Qualified Individual you are required to complete or have a Qualified Individual complete a Root Cause Analysis every time there is an out of specification food safety issue. If you are a GFSI compliant plant you are required as the qualified individual to complete a Root Cause Analysis every time there are significant issues with food safety at your plant. In general you need to know and understand Root Cause Analysis.
This class will give you the basics to understand what it is and where to go with it. If at the end of this session, there are enough participants and who have interest in attending a full 2 days class, then FIBR will move forward with scheduling.
Date: Thursday, September 12, 2019
Location: FIBR Office at CDTech
Address: 520 W 23rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Time: 10a.m. to 11:30a.m.
FIBR is located between Figueroa and Flower Streets on the South side of 23rd.
Limited rear lot double parking behind building.
There is also street metered parking along 23rd and public parking for $5 at the Lorenzo apartment complex.
You can enter the (Lorenzo) parking off of 23rd Street, on the south side of the street between Flower and Grand.
Cookies & Coffee
FREE TO ATTEND!
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