FSMA: Sanitary Transportation Rule

The FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food is designed to protect foods from farm to table by keeping them safe from contamination during transportation. The rule requires training of carrier personnel in sanitary transportation practices and documentation of the training. This training is required when the carrier and shipper agree that the carrier is responsible for sanitary conditions during transport.

FSMA FDA Approved Training

This series discusses the policies regarding the FSMA in respect to cross-contamination, temperature control, and types of contamination.

Food Safety Investigations

This video discusses conditions that could pose a threat to food safety and actions to take if threats are encountered.

FSMA Rule Overview

This series discusses the Food Safety Modernization Act effects on food imports, FSMA inspections and compliance criteria, and preventative controls being created by the FSMA.

Sanitary Transportation Rule Training

This video discusses the Sanitary Transportation Rule, who it applies to, and many of its critical elements.