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Intentional Adulteration & Food Defense II - Advanced

Intentional Adulteration and Food Defense II - Advanced course in-person workshop presented by D.L. Newslow & Associates, Inc.

If you are looking for ways to enhance your food safety knowledge and skills, you might be interested in our upcoming workshops.  D.L. Newslow & Associates, a leading provider of food safety training and consulting services. In April, we are hosting two in-person workshops that will cover important topics related to food defense and intentional adulteration.

The first workshop, Intentional Adulteration: If you want to learn how to protect your food business from intentional adulteration, you should attend the Intentional Adulteration workshop on April 23rd in Orlando. This workshop will help you understand and follow the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) final rule, which is designed to prevent acts of terrorism or sabotage that could harm public health through the food supply. You will learn from a qualified FSPCA lead instructor, who has been trained and evaluated on their food defense knowledge and teaching skills. By completing this workshop, you will receive a certificate from FSPCA that will show that you have a qualified individual who can conduct vulnerability assessments for intentional adulteration. The workshop instructor is Lance Roberie, a food safety and quality expert with over two decades of experience in the field.

The second workshop, Food Defense II – Advanced: This is an intense Advanced Food Defense, Crisis Management and Tampering Investigation course. It will be held on April 24th-25th at the same location. This workshop will go beyond the basics of food defense and explore advanced concepts and practices that can help you protect your products, customers, and brand from intentional contamination or tampering. The workshop will be led by Rod Wheeler, a former law enforcement officer and FBI-trained crisis negotiator who has extensive expertise in food defense, security, and crisis management.

Both workshops will include interactive exercises, case studies, and group discussions that will help you apply what you learn to your own operations. You will also receive a certificate of completion. To register for these workshops or learn more about them, visit In-Person Workshops | Newslow Food Safety or call (407) 290-2754.

Below is a link to book our training course in-person workshops.


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