CANNABIS 2.0 – GOING BEYOND GPP Dec 11, 2019 One year after recreational cannabis’s historic date of October 17th, 2018, in comes Cannabis 2.0, which will see edibles containing cannabis and cannabis concentrates enter the legal recreational market. As of October 17th, 2019, there are seven classes of legal cannabis products in the marketplace, making Canada…
ImEpik & Iron Apple Partner to Deliver PCQI Training and HACCP Warehousing Food Safety Programs to Distribution and Cold Storage
ImEpik and Iron Apple Partner to Deliver PCQI Training and HACCP Warehousing Food Safety Programs to Distribution and Cold Storage Florida – Nova Scotia – December 18th, 2018 – ImEpik is an online training company that facilitates food safety training (PCQI/QI) for food manufacturers and warehousing around the world, and Iron Apple, a leader…
ISTOBAL’s HW’INTRAWASH Automated FSMA Compliant Trailer Wash & Sanitization ISTOBAL is offering a $2,500 (USD) voucher for Iron Apple’s FSMA & HACCP Compliance Software and FSMA Training Programs ISTOBAL’s HW’INTRAWASH has only been available since September but it is already gaining a lot of interest in the food transport industry. The ISTOBAL HW’INTRAWASH can clean…
Globe Tracker and Iron Apple Team up on Powerful Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Compliance Solution for Carriers Florida – Nova Scotia – September 11, 2018 Globe Tracker, a leader in IoT tracking and monitoring solutions for logistics assets, and Iron Apple, a leader in Food Safety Modernization Act compliance (FSMA), have teamed up to create…
The US FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Sanitary Transportation in Human and Animal Foods full compliance date for all impacted shippers, carriers and receivers is April 6, 2018.All training, food safety transportation plans, system improvements and complete documentation must be in place by that date. More than 65,000 US companies are impacted by requirements of this FSMA rule. April 6 2018 is the final date for full legal compliance for all carriers by road or rail.
Collection of the most common FSMA and Sanitary Transportation questions we are hearing from the industry. Our food safety expert, Lindsay Glass, will be providing detailed responses and will also be available to field your questions. Check back frequently as we will update this on a regular basis.
There is no doubt that the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), once implemented, will help in overall risk exposure. Real time asset tracking and temperature monitoring can only help those carriers who will be required to be FSMA compliant.
Since the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food Act went into effect last year (the “Act”), shippers, loaders, receivers, and carriers have worked steadily to keep perishable foods safe in transit. The Act, as we know, outlines specific responsibilities to each party subject to the Act
Understanding FSMA – Video Series
1 of 4 Overview of FSMA, Final Rules & Preventive Controls
The objective of this first video is to explain what this new Food Safety Modernization act means to YOU. While there was a lot of information provided, in just a few short minutes, we’ve provided a summary and key take-aways after the video.
Understanding FSMA Video Series 2 of 4 – Sanitary Transportation, Key Requirements & Responsibilities
Understanding FSMA – Video Series
2 of 4 Sanitary Transportation, Key Requirements & Responsibilities
At any point during the transportation chain, if any person were to become aware of a possible temperature control failure or any condition that would render the food unsafe, the food MUST NOT be sold or distributed until determining the safety of the food. This comes when people are fully trained and aware of the roles that they play along the transportation chain.