FSA Brochure

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has revolutionized the food safety landscape, adding to the arsenal of required training needed by those involved in any aspect of the food supply chain. Competent and highly qualified individuals are needed for auditing the effectiveness of food safety programs internally, for suppliers, and as an external third-party observer. The National Environmental Health Association’s (NEHA) Certified in Food Safety Supplier Audits (CFSSA) and Registered Food Safety Auditor (RFSA) credentials meet the needs of an independent assurance of a capable workforce for all levels of food safety auditing. t Leading Food Safety on a Global Scale The CCFSA credential was developed to help build the global capacity of qualified and vetted professionals needed to meet FSMA requirements. Upon successfully passing the exam, CFSSA credential holders will be prepared to complete first- and second-party audits. They will be able to understand and plan food safety audits, conduct an audit, verify food safety and prerequisite programs, and conduct post-audit activities. It is also a career path to becoming a third-party auditor. The RFSA credential enables individuals to complete third-party audits. The RFSA credential is appropriate for experienced food safety professionals who represent one of the last lines of defense in the complex global food supply chain. The RFSA credential is the recommended for individuals who conduct risk-based facility audits (foreign or domestic) against internationally recognized food safety standards designed to mitigate risk, promote food safety, and enhance consumer confidence in the food supply. CFSSA and RFSA credentials meet the needs of an independent assurance of a capable workforce for all levels of food safety auditing. Advance Your Profession

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