User’s Guide to ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System for the Grain Handling, Processing, Milling, and Baking Industries

February 29, 2016

This webinar introduces a new guide that can significantly reduce the cost of compliance with the new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) standards by offering grain industry professionals a clear roadmap for developing food-safety compliant management programs and practices. This document includes the original ISO 22000 food safety standard, plus clear guidelines, interpretations, and advice specifically tailored for the grain handling, processing, and baking industries.

About our Speaker

Charles R. Hurburgh, Jr. Ph.D.
Professor of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

Professor Charles Hurburgh has a bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree from Iowa State University. He specializes in quality management systems with related traceability, measurement, and sensor technologies. He is the author of more than 250 technical and general articles on grain quality, measurement science, and grain marketing.

Dr. Hurburgh manages the Iowa State Grain Quality Research Laboratory and the extension-based Iowa Grain Quality Initiative. He serves on several advisory and editorial committees related to quality management standards and food safety regulations. Most recently his extension group was asked by the FDA to create training materials for inspections of bulk grain and grain processing facilities under the Food Safety Modernization Act.