Responding to Current Demand, AIB International Launches New Food Safety and Sanitation Online Course

October 11, 2022 AIB International

AIB International, a globally recognized food safety company committed to raising food safety quality standards around the world, has released a new comprehensive and interactive digital course focused on food safety and sanitation, designed by instructional experts and based on neuroscience principles for adult learning. This course is geared towards helping mid-level managers and supervisors in the food supply chain more effectively manage their food safety systems.

AIB International Releases Updated Consolidated Standards for Inspections

July 26, 2022 AIB International

The globally recognized AIB International Consolidated Standards for Inspections have been updated to incorporate the latest industry best practices, new regulations, and food safety requirements. The updated consolidated standards will be released on July 25, 2022, and inspections against this updated version will begin January 1, 2023.

New to HACCP? Discover the 12 Steps to HACCP Defined by the Codex Alimentarius

Be aware that having worked in the food industry for many years does not automatically qualify you as a HACCP expert or even as a trained member of the team. As a management system that addresses food safety by evaluating and minimizing or controlling biological, chemical, and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement, and handling, to manufacturing, and its distribution, you must know the HACCP principles and be HACCP trained to join this team.

What is it about Food Safety Culture?

Hundreds of documents have been written about food safety culture, explaining what it is, what you need to do to develop a food safety culture in your facility, why it is important, and the steps you need to implement to ensure a good food safety culture in your company.

Five Common Issues Found in Packaging Inspection

Packaging materials are not typically connected with biological, chemical, or physical recalls due to contamination. However, packaging manufacturers are expected to understand, apply, and validate their processes for consistency, quality, safety, and adherence to required methods and protocols.