Validation, monitoring and verification are essential parts of an effective food safety management system. These terms are often confused and if they are not implemented properly, the system will not have the desired effect of enabling the production of safe food.
This workshop provides guidance to design effective validation, monitoring and verification systems in such a way that they will add value to your organisation, as each of these concepts address a vital part in the production of safe food.
Progress Excellence Approach
- Discovering the validation, monitoring and verification requirements from various international standards.
- Step-by-step approach to validation
- Use of activities to entrench learning
- Sharing best-practice approaches
- Highlighting aspects that will allow delegates to improve their validation, monitoring and verification systems.
The course will equip delegates with the following:
- Clarifying the differences between validation, monitoring and verification
- Outlining and explaining the validation process step-by-step
- Detail on the validation of specific control measures (microbiological, allergens and foreign matter)
- Validation report contents
- Key aspects related to make monitoring successful
- How to build an effective verification system
- Understand how to use verification data within the organisation in such a way that they can indicate trends for focused improvements.
The course is best suited to the following audiences:
- Quality/Technical Manager
- Department Managers from any department, e.g. Engineering, Quality, Production, Logistics, Procurement, R&D/NPD
- Department Supervisors from any department
- Any staff members who will be involved in problem-solving
- Any staff members who will be involved in design of validation, monitoring and verification protocols
Delegate assessment will be in the form of:
- Full course attendance
- Successful completion of an assessment (pass mark 70%).