$500 – $525

Intentional Adulteration Vulnerability Assessment Course, Chicagoland

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$500 – $525

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BD Training Center

600 W 5th Ave, Suite B

Naperville, IL 60563

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IAVA Course is FSPCA's 1 Day Curriculum recognized by FDA as adequate to become Food Defense Qualified Individual as required by 21 CFR 121.

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Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration Rule (21 CFR 121) is the newest part of Food Safety Modernization Act. The rule requires businesses that hold, pack, process or manufacture food to conduct vulnerability assessment to identify significant vulnerabilities. Significant vulnerabilities become actionable process steps for which the business must identify mitigation strategies along with management components. All these activities must be conducted by Food Defense Qualified Individual / Individuals. In order to become Qualified Individual a person must complete training according to standardized curriculum recognized by FDA or qualify through job experience. Intentional Adulteration Vulnerability Assessment Course by FSPCA is one way to become qualified individual.

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BD Training Center

600 W 5th Ave, Suite B

Naperville, IL 60563

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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Organizer Bart Dobek

Organizer of Intentional Adulteration Vulnerability Assessment Course, Chicagoland

Bart Dobek

Education and Licences: Master of Science, PCQI / HACCP / FSVP Lead Instructor, Subject Matter Expert and Food Safety Lead Instructor for Insititute for Workforce Education at Saint Augustine College in Chicago, High Risk SQF Consultant

Professional Experience: President of BD Food Safety Consultants LLC, Trainer and Consultant with over 15 years of experience within the industry from USDA and FDA  inspected food sector categories including baking, meat processing, produce processing, prepared meals, ingredients manufacturing, distribution centers and others. 

For more information about Bart and his professional profile please visit his LinkedIn page at 

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