Feed Production Education Program

Wed. January 31| 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM | B304/305

Registration Fee: FREE (included with trade show admission)

The American Feed Industry Association’s (AFIA) Feed Education Program returns to the 2018 International Production & Processing Expo Wednesday, Jan. 31, in Atlanta. The free program is ideal for feed facility managers, operations personnel and mill personnel looking to learn the latest regulatory requirements that impact their businesses.

The half-day session will educate attendees about expanding feed industry regulatory requirements. They will hear from a variety of experts in the field on topics such as:

•             An update on federal regulatory changes from the Departments of Labor and Transportation, Environmental Protection Agency, Food and Drug Administration, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration;

•             A discussion on how plant control systems can help with Food Safety Modernization Act compliance; and

•             An overview of the new Institute for Feed Education and Research salmonella project.

In addition to the educational components of the program, the Feed Facility of the Year (FFY) award winner will be announced. This award program, sponsored by AFIA and Feedstuffs, is designed to recognize overall excellence in feed and ingredient manufacturing operations.

Cost: Free

Track: IPPE Free Educational Programs

Handout(s): Agenda


Educational Partner


Speakers

Berndston, Alan
Berndston, Alan Director of Sales for the Feed, Food and Agriculture Sector, WEM Automation | Role:
Huddleston, Gary
Huddleston, Gary Director of Feed Manufacturing & Regulatory Affairs, American Feed Industry Association | Role:
Richter, Christian
Richter, Christian Principal, The Policy Group | Role:
Steven Ricke, Dr.
Steven Ricke, Dr. Professor Food Science Department; Wray Food Safety Endowed Chair; Director-Center for Food Safety, University of Arkansas | Role: