This Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Internet course is
designed to review the requirements of Part 110 – Current Good Manufacturing
Practices in the Manufacturing, Packing, or Holding of Human Food - in Title 21
of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations. This regulation outlines the basic
sanitary controls that are required for all food processing plants, wholesale or
distribution firms, and warehouses or food storage facilities that handle, store
or process FDA regulated food. This course was designed for supervisors, middle
level managers, quality control personnel and anyone else who has
responsibilities for ensuring that a food processing, wholesale and warehouse
operation meets current GMP requirements.
Dates: On Demand (no start or end date)
Sponsor: New York Sea Grant and Cornell Cooperative
For more information and to register, please visit Good Manufacturing Practices Internet Course.