January 28, 2020, at 2 PM Eastern
Presented by Charles Otto, EAS Independent Consultant and former Environmental Health Officer and Deputy Chief at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
(registrations for this complimentary webinar are taken through the National Restaurant Association)
While the diligent food safety manager assumes their routine Food Code compliance procedures are sufficient to protect against the introduction of pathogens at their retail establishment, but are they?
Active Managerial Control (AMC) is a preventive food safety management system (FSMS) that can prevent the risk of foodborne illness through targeted standards, employee engagement, and continuing proactive appraisal. Once issues are identified by self-assessment, quick reaction can facilitate mitigation of those risks before they become a problem for consumers.
Learn how to design and implement AMC risk-based policies, training, and verification procedures for preemptive risk reduction. Explore the details of successful AMC development and implementation with coverage of resources to assist small to large operations. Join EAS Independent Consultant, Charles Otto, for an in-depth look at this crucial safety protocol for retail food establishments and ensure your FSMS is robust and your customers are safe.
In this webinar you will:
- Understand how AMCs enhance Food Code compliance procedures
- Learn how to design and implement AMC risk-based policies, training and verification procedures
- Explore the details of successful AMC development and implementation
About the Presenter:
EAS Consulting Group’s independent consultant, Charles Otto, is a former Environmental Health Officer and Deputy Chief at the CDC where he provided guidance on all aspects of environmental health to the CDC Vessel Sanitation Program staff, member cruise lines, shipyards, and other global collaborators for the prevention of environmentally-related illnesses. He has worked at FDA as the Assistant Director in the Division of Cooperative Programs as well as the Retail Food Protection Branch where he developed national Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) implementation strategies for retail food protection, interstate travel programs, milk safety, and shellfish sanitation programs and furnished comprehensive field training on proper interpretation and implementation of the model food code standardization exercises conducted in every region of the U.S.
About EAS Consulting Group:
EAS Consulting Group, LLC (EAS) specializes in Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory matters. Our prime focus is to assist domestic and foreign pharmaceutical, medical device, tobacco, food, dietary supplement, cosmetic and biologics firms comply with applicable laws and regulations. EAS is staffed with former FDA compliance and inspection officials and industry executives and is assisted by an extensive network of independent consultants with many years of FDA and industry experience.
Headquartered in Alexandria, VA with consultants and auditors located strategically throughout North and South America, Europe, and various Pacific Rim counties, EAS Consulting Group is a sought-after expert in regulatory matters, assisting firms with highly technical submissions such as GRAS, DMF, NDI, ANDA, 510(k) and others, as well as the development of quality systems, label reviews, structure-function claims, GMP audits, and US Agent assistance and more. In addition, EAS assists clients with remediation strategies and responding to Form 483’s, Lists of Observations, Warning Letters, and other FDA communications. EAS experts are often asked to serve as expert witnesses and are routinely asked to speak at worldwide events on technical regulatory issues. EAS is proud to have a solid reputation in the industry as the leading consulting and training firm for FDA regulatory matters. www.easconsultinggroup.com
About the National Restaurant Association
Founded in 1919, the National Restaurant Association is the leading business association for the restaurant industry, which comprises 1 million restaurant and foodservice outlets and a workforce of 15.3 million employees. We represent the industry in Washington, D.C., and advocate on its behalf. We sponsor the industry’s largest trade show (National Restaurant Association Show May 16-19, 2020, in Chicago); leading food safety training and certification program (ServSafe); unique career-building high school program (the NRAEF’s ProStart). For more information, visit Restaurant.org and find us on Twitter @WeRRestaurants, Facebook and YouTube.