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A PCP is a written plan outlining how Canadian importers ensure that imported food is safe and fit for human consumption in Canada and conforms to Canadian consumer protection requirements. Sirocco’s PCP Importer Plan Template Bundle addresses the SFCR preventive control plan contents for import licence holders. The program is aligned with CFIA’s Quality Management Program for Importers (QMPI) which is based on Codex.
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This is the perfect compliment to the SQF Version 9.0 SOP Templates
Save thousands of dollars in man-hours, teach yourself SQF 9.0 and food safety management principles, fast track the SQF document review and SQF 9.0- certification process with these SOP templates. The full package comprises 100+ documents.
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PCQI TRAINING COURSE (BLENDED COURSE) PART 2:
This Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA) Blended Training course was developed to provide an alternative for individuals to complete the FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food course. The Blended course consists of 2 parts. Part 1 is online, which you can complete at your own pace. Part 2 is a one day (8 hours) online Zoom course taught by FSPCA Lead Instructor (Human Food) Karine Lawrence, Principal/Founder of Sirocco Consulting. Both parts must be completed in order to obtain the certificate.
Course will be recorded to ensure participant attendance and engagement. Please note that participants will only be eligible for the FSPCA Participant Certificate of Training if they are present for all modules of the virtual course.
Start time 8:00 am PST
The Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) came into force on January 15, 2019. Canadian businesses who hold a CFIA licence to manufacture, process, treat, preserve, grade, package or label food are required to comply with Safe Food for Canadian Requirements (SFCR).
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