Good Manufacturing Processes (GMP) and Personal Hygiene for Food and Beverage Plants
Languages Available: Brazilian Portuguese, English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Polish, Spanish.
Course Modules: Personal Hygiene and Good Manufacturing Practices in Food Processing
It is recommended that trainees have completed Principles of Hygiene and Sanitation in Food and Beverage Processing in preparation for this course.
Good Manufacturing Processes (GMP) and Personal Hygiene are critical in the food and beverage production environment. Our hands are the number one vector for cross-contamination, with the potential to impact the food safety of the product being manufactured.
This advanced course explores the principles of personal care, the behavioural mistakes that often put the product being manufactured at risk and the changes and processes required to reduce the risk of contamination.
- All employees involved in food and beverage production
- Contamination sources in a processing plant
- Good Manufacturing Practices and standards for the Food and Beverage facilities
- Personal Hygiene
- The need for hand hygiene and the role it plays in reducing cross-contamination
- The common behavioural mistakes and how to change them
- How to implement a robust hand hygiene strategy and what components to include
This course has been certified by The CPD Certification Service