This intermediate-level course will teach the learner to effectively implement Good Manufacturing Practices in a food handling environment and is mainly based on the requirements referred to in the SANS 10049: 2019 standard.
The emphasis is on construction, layout, operational requirements, non-operational requirements, management commitment and more.
We highly recommend this course to anyone actively involved in the development and maintenance of the company’s food safety management system.
The following people will benefit significantly by attending this course, especially if they are actively involved in the development and maintenance of the company’s FSMS:
Supervisors / Managers DIRECTLY involved in food manufacturing / processing.
QA / QC managers
Internal and supplier auditors
Top management / Business owners
Course Level and Duration
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL 3 (EQUIVALENT TO NQF LEVEL 3)
Physical and Virtual Classrooms: 2 day
How Can You Attend?
The following classroom options are available:
Physical Public Classroom
Virtual Public Classroom via Zoom
In-house On-SITE or Off-SITE Physical Classroom
In-house Virtual Classroom via Zoom
How will this course benefit the learner?
The learner should have a better understanding of how to effectively implement Good Manufacturing Practices in a food handling environment after successful completion.
The learner will receive a certificate. A course pass rate of 70% is required to receive a course certificate.
The learner will be assessed to determine competency.
This course is presented by our industry and subject matter experts.
Minimum Prerequisite Requirements
What are the minimum prerequisite requirements for the learner to attend this course?
The learner should have successfully completed ONE of the following courses, or have equivalent knowledge and/or experience before attending this course:
Control of Documents and Records
The PRP Policy
Responsibilities and Authorities
Construction, layout and conditions of the food handling organization (FHO)
Location, size, hygienic design and conditions
Roofs, overhead structures and ceilings
Walls, windows and doors
Separation of processes and facilities
Floors and drainage
Lift cages, staircases and mezzanine floors
Ventilation and extraction
Footwear washing facilities
Facilities for the washing and laundering of protective clothing
Facilities for cleaning and disinfection
Machinery and Equipment for Food Handling
Maintenance of Equipment
Monitoring of Machinery and Equipment
Operational Support Requirements
Water, Steam and Ice
Air Quality and Ventilation
Compressed Air and Gases
Cleaning and Disinfection
Management and Control of Hazardous Substances
Management and Control of Pests
Requirements for Personnel
Personnel Hygiene and Personal Effects
Visitors and Contractors
Processing Aids, Raw Material and Packaging Material Specifications
Final Product Specification
Supplier Approval and Monitoring
Food Handling, Processing and Monitoring
Food Safety Hazards
Packaging and Labelling of The Final Product
Shelf Life and Retention Samples
Calibration, Verification and Control of Monitoring and Measuring Devices
REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH-RISK AREAS
Overview of the Requirements for High-risk Areas
Overview of the Requirements for Food Defence
CONTROL OF NONCONFORMITIES
Control of Nonconforming Materials and Products (Or Both)
Storage, Identification and Traceability
Withdrawal or Recall
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