All HACCP, FSMA and Micro classes can be arranged privately in addition to scheduled courses. Please contact Alex by calling 310-694-1544 or send an email to alexkashef@geosda.com.

Food Defense Course Online and Onsite

The Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration regulation (referred to as the IA regulation) is intended to protect food from acts of intentional adulteration. The regulation requires that certain activities must be completed by a “food defense qualified individual.” This participant course, developed by FSPCA, is one of the “standardized curriculum” courses recognized by FDA; successfully completing this participant course is one way to meet the requirements for conducting a vulnerability assessment by a “qualified individual.”

Option One
On ZOOM

One Day Virtual, Instructed-Led Course on Zoom
August 24, 2021
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. – PST
September 2, 2021
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. – EST
October 26, 2021
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. – PST
November 7, 2021
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. – EST
December 11, 2021
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. – PST

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Lesson 1: An Overview of Food Defense Measures
Lesson 2: Vulnerability Assessment Preliminary Steps
Lesson 3: Considering Inherent Characteristics
Lesson 4: Considering an Inside Attacker
Lesson 5: Element 1: Evaluating Potential Public Health In plant
Lesson 6: Element 2: and Element 3: Evaluating Degree of Physical Access to
the Product and Evaluating the Ability of an Attacker to Successfully Contaminate the Product
Lesson 7: Analyzing Results to Identify Actionable Process Steps
Lesson 8: Applying the Hybrid Approach
Appendix 1: IA Rule and Summary
Appendix 2: FDA Key Activity Types (KAT) Report and KAT Descriptions
Appendix 3: Vulnerability Assessment Resources
Appendix 4: Technical Assistant and Resources
Appendix 5: VA Definitions, Acronyms, and other Terms

Link to Registration

Link to Zoom Tutorials

Option Two

One Day Onsite Training in Hermosa Beach, California
Coming Soon

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Lesson 1: An Overview of Food Defense Measures
Lesson 2: Vulnerability Assessment Preliminary Steps
Lesson 3: Considering Inherent Characteristics
Lesson 4: Considering an Inside Attacker
Lesson 5: Element 1: Evaluating Potential Public Health In plant
Lesson 6: Element 2: and Element 3: Evaluating Degree of Physical Access to
the Product and Evaluating the Ability of an Attacker to Successfully Contaminate the Product
Lesson 7: Analyzing Results to Identify Actionable Process Steps
Lesson 8: Applying the Hybrid Approach
Appendix 1: IA Rule and Summary
Appendix 2: FDA Key Activity Types (KAT) Report and KAT Descriptions
Appendix 3: Vulnerability Assessment Resources
Appendix 4: Technical Assistant and Resources
Appendix 5: VA Definitions, Acronyms, and other Terms

Link to online free book, Bookstore, and other course related information

Option Three

For Onsite Training on Your Site Please Contact Alex:
Phone: 310-694-1544 Or
Email: alexkashef@geosda.com

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Lesson 1: An Overview of Food Defense Measures
Lesson 2: Vulnerability Assessment Preliminary Steps
Lesson 3: Considering Inherent Characteristics
Lesson 4: Considering an Inside Attacker
Lesson 5: Element 1: Evaluating Potential Public Health In plant
Lesson 6: Element 2: and Element 3: Evaluating Degree of Physical Access to
the Product and Evaluating the Ability of an Attacker to Successfully Contaminate the Product
Lesson 7: Analyzing Results to Identify Actionable Process Steps
Lesson 8: Applying the Hybrid Approach
Appendix 1: IA Rule and Summary
Appendix 2: FDA Key Activity Types (KAT) Report and KAT Descriptions
Appendix 3: Vulnerability Assessment Resources
Appendix 4: Technical Assistant and Resources
Appendix 5: VA Definitions, Acronyms, and other Terms