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GMP: Good Manufacturing Practices for Food Production

This course has been discontinued and is no longer available.
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47 to 94 minutes
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Standard Definition
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MasteryNet Player
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Quiz Questions
Closed Captioning
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Multi-Media Access, Inc.
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_Multi-Media Access, Inc. (MMAX)
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Online FDA GMP Training

This training covers information related to good manufacturing practices within the food industry. GMPs are the key to keeping customers safe and healthy and your employees within compliance to federal regulations.

Advantage™ This course is in the Advantage™ format, to read about Advantage™ features click here.

  • Install on any SCORM LMS
  • Rich multimedia presentation with interactions and quiz
  • Print certificate and wallet card
  • You have 60 days to complete the course

Training for all persons who work in a food manufacturing facility.

The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Sources of Contamination and Personal Hygiene
  • Injury Response and Clothing Requirements
  • Hairnets and Misc. Items
  • Draping During Maintenance
  • Cleaning Guidelines and Equipment Maintenance
  • Pest Control
  • Raw Material Control
  • Equipment and Utensils
  • Documentation Requirements
Intended Performance Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course you will be better prepared to:
  • Follow general hygiene GMPs.
    • Define contamination.
    • Recall the restrictions again prescription and non-prescription medications in manufacturing areas.
    • Choose proper procedures to follow if a rash appears during work in the manufacturing area.
    • List all persons required to wear protective clothing in manufacturing areas.
    • Identify jewelry permitted in manufacturing areas.
    • Select how often hairnets and/or beard covers should be changed.
    • Choose proper procedures to follow if you become aware of a GMP violation involving General Hygiene.
  • Follow maintenance GMPs.
    • List potential sources of contamination during maintenance activities
    • Select the procedure used to prevent product contamination from tools used during maintenance.
    • Agree that mixing maintenance cleaning materials with process cleaning materials poses a significant threat of product contamination.
    • Choose the types of materials suggested for draping or shrouding product, raw materials, or equipment during maintenance activities.
    • Identify when shrouding is required to protect product, ingredients, and equipment from maintenance and cleaning activities.
    • List the procedures to follow if you become aware of a GMP violation involving maintenance methods.
  • Follow the GMPs for pest control.
    • Select pest control methods used by in-house maintenance personnel.
    • Choose how often factory trash containers should be emptied.
    • Agree that trash must be sorted and placed in the correct designated bin.
    • Identify an effective and approved method of pest control.
    • State the minimum accepted distance from walls to store materials.
    • List the procedures to follow if you become aware of a GMP violation involving pest control in the plant.
  • Follow the production GMPs.
    • List manufacturing controls which affect the quality of the final product.
    • Recall that approved material lots used for manufacturing are picked and delivered by Materials Management.
    • Agree that each ingredient needs its own transfer scoop.
    • Select the proper cleaning times duirng the manufacturing process.
    • List manufacturing equipment parts which must be cleaned during product change-overs.
    • Agree to only use cleaning materials supplied by your supervisor to clean manufacturing equipment.
    • Name an important reason to maintain accurate manufacturing records.
    • Recall the need to maintain traceability by associating a lot number with all raw material and production lots.
    • Recognize proper cleaning methods.
    • List the procedures to follow if you become aware of a GMP violation involving production in the plant.

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