Preventative Controls is required for food and cannabis (edibles) industries. Cannabis Regulations requires licence holder who conducts activities in relation to a cannabis extract or edible cannabis to prepare, retain, maintain and implement a written preventive control plan. Safe Food for Canadians also requires the licence holders to prepare, keep and maintain a preventative control plan.
Due to the demand from the industry personnel and students, AAPS is introducing this new webinar. This course will go in-depth understanding the requirements for PCP. After completing this webinar students will be able to develop, validate, implement and maintain Preventative Control Plans.
What is Preventative Control Plan (PCP)?
Requirements of PCP in Safe Food For Canadians and Cannabis Regulations
Benefits of Preventative Control Plan
Key elements of Preventative Control Plan
Developing Preventative Control Plan for industries
Understanding PCP – 7 Elements and 18 Sub-elements
Framework and anatomy of PCP elements
Requirements for Hazards Analysis & Controls Measures
Traceability and Consumer Protection Requirements
Monitoring Procedures, Verification procedures and Record Keeping
Validation of Preventative Control Plan
Implementing and Maintenance of Preventative Control Plan
Who Should Attend
Consultants to the food and cannabis edible industries
Personnel working in the food manufacturing, processing, import and export