About the Guide to FSMA's IA Rule
The July 26th, 2019 deadline to comply with the FSMA’s Intentional Adulteration rule has food and beverage companies scrambling. This Guide clarifies FSMA’s IA rule requirements and provides tips to help F&B manufacturers and processors identify their vulnerabilities and get their food security and defense plans in place.
- Background and requirements of FSMA's Intentional Adulteration Rule including deadlines for all companies
- Tips on how to conduct your own Vulnerability Assessment in 2 days or less
- 7 specific areas of focus for your Vulnerability Assessment including video, signage, and lighting
- Security countermeasures you can use to mitigate the risk of intentional tampering at a food plant