PCQI Risk-Based

Preventive Controls 

June 13, 2017 - 2:00 PM ET/1:00 CT

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Are you already certified to Food Safety Standards?
Would you like more guidance as you certify/transition?
Are you PCQI Qualified?
Do you require additional PCQI training for you or your backup staff?
Is your company due to meet the requirements in 2017 or 2018?


Do you know everything that is required of a Preventive Controls Qualfied Individual (PCQI)? And are you prepared for your FSMA  compliance date? Join DNV GL on this complimentary webinar, which will explain why food companies must have a PCQI on staff.

The Webinar will ensure you understand the basics in PCQI responsibilities :

  • What is expected from the FSMA PC requirement
  • How to satisfy the need for a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual
  • Evaluate the timeline necessary to have this person on staff
  • Who in your organization should be considered for this qualification 

If you are working in a mid- to small size business, and are required to comply with the PC regulation by the August 30 deadline, you want to attend this webinar. Or, if you are in a large organization, and need to understand how your supply chain is affected by the PC rule, or how you are affected by this requirement, this webinar is also for you.

Who Should Participate:

Food safety, quality, or regulatory employees of companies, who are required to meet FSMA requirements by the end of the 2018, as well as those, who are required to meet requirements in late 2017. 

Can't attend, but would like a copy of the recording? Register anyway, and we will email it to you following the webinar.


Laura Dietrich

DNVGL Food & Beverage Auditor

Laura is a seasoned food safety industry professional, having held various positions throughout quality and safety with companies small and large, including Kraft, Nestle, Sara Lee, Borden, and others. Laura's time from a Manufacturing Associate through Director of Quality has given her a solid background dealing with both food safety and quality, as well as Government Regulations with the FDA. Additionally, Laura is now a qualified food safety auditor and a qualified PCQI Trainer meeting qualifications outlined by the FSPCA.