The Impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act on Your Lubrication Program

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Description

Instructor:

 Loren Green

Course Length:

60 mins

License:

1 seat x 365 days*

In 2011, the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was enacted, requiring that facilities engaged in manufacturing, processing, packing or holding food for consumption in the United States submit additional registration to the FDA. As the most sweeping legislation since the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of 1938, the FSMA legislation consists of four major themes: prevention; inspections, compliance and response; import safety; and enhanced partnerships. So where does your lubrication program fit in?

For lubrication programs to successfully operate under FSMA, facilities need to create, follow and maintain several procedures. These steps range from creating a dedicated maintenance team and documented procedures to using the right lubricants and properly applying them.

*When you purchase an online training course, you are purchasing a 1-seat license for 365 days from the date of purchase. Only one person may view the training materials. The seat license is not based on concurrent connections and may not be shared by other users.

Objectives

  • How the role(s) of lubrication and reliability fit in with FSMA
  • The steps needed to ensure your lubrication program is compliant
  • How to create comprehensive preventive controls for your facility

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