Aug 17, 2017
Fall FSNS food safety training schedule set

Food Safety Net Services (FSNS) announced its fall 2017 course schedule for food safety training. FSNS offers certified training programs that assist the food industry in meeting food safety and quality measures within plants and processes and among personnel. The course offerings also provide companies unique access to the food industry’s leading technical authorities.

FSNS will offer training sessions taught by industry experts on Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP), Safe Quality Food (SQF), Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA) Preventive Controls for Human Food, British Retail Consortium (BRC) Global Standard for Food Safety – Issue 7, Internal Auditing, and Microbiology and Food Safety.

Courses will be offered on multiple dates at FSNS facilities across the U.S. In addition, SQF training sessions will be available through webinar access. Course dates are:

HACCP Training Course:

  • Sept. 12-13, 2017 | Atlanta, Georgia

Microbiology and Food Safety Course:

  • Sept. 5 | Atlanta, Georgia
  • Sept. 21 | Columbus, Ohio
  • Oct. 3 | Springdale, Arkansas
  • Oct. 19 | Green Bay, Wisconsin

FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food:

  • Aug. 16-18 | Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Oct. 18-20 | Atlanta, Georgia
  • Oct. 25-27 | Grand Prairie, Texas
  • Nov. 14-16 | Boise, Idaho

Implementing the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety – Issue 7 / Internal Auditing:

  • Sept. 19-21 | Springdale, Arkansas

SQF Training Course:

  • Sept. 26-27 | Webinar
  • Oct. 23-24 | Webinar

Detailed course descriptions are available at

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