Is there a difference between a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) audit and a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) audit? Do you know what the difference is? You may not know, but each audit type may have benefits for your food manufacturing facility. But choosing the audit that’s right for you, or whether you need both, may be more complicated. Learn the similarities and differences between the two and why each can be mutually beneficial in raising the food safety standard for your facility.
Alicia M. Swanson, Food Safety Professional, AIB International
Alicia Swanson is a Food Safety Professional with AIB International. She has held this position since 2010, with primary duties related to audits and inspections focused on GMPs, FSMA, food defense, and agricultural practices. In 2015, she also became an instructor with AIB International, providing food safety training for AIB International employees and food industry audiences throughout North America.
Prior to joining AIB International, Alicia served as quality manager in several food industries such as ready-to-eat salads and sandwiches, fresh produce and juices, chicken and beef slaughter and processing, and a brief stint in live seafood plants. In addition, she had a military career with the US Army as a 91R, Food Inspector.
Alicia is originally from South Florida and currently resides in Maine.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will appeal to third-party audited food facilities
What You Will Learn
Attendees will learn about:
- Overview of GMP and GFSI audits
- Similarities and differences between the two audits
- Importance of raising the food safety standard for a manufacturing facility
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