FSVP Training
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
proposed regulations for the Foreign Supplier
Verification Program (FSVP) as mandated by the
Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)
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What You Will Learn

-Why the FSMA was enacted
-Its scope and main objectives
-How the FSMA impacts supply chains
-Details of specific requirements, including   
deadlines for compliance
-The steps needed to prepare for FSMA
-The difference between key Global Food
Safety Initiative (GFSI) recognized
manufacturing schemes and the FSMA
-How to integrate FSMA requirements into
other food safety management systems

Foreign Supplier Verification Program Rule
The Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) final
rule applies to most entities who import food into the
United States from abroad, including domestic facilities
and food brokers. For each food it imports, an importer
would be required to develop, maintain, and follow a
Foreign Supplier Verification Program that provides
“adequate assurances” that its foreign supplier is
producing the food in compliance with processes and
procedures that provide “at least the same level of
public health protection” as FDA’s standards for
preventive controls and produce safety, if either is
applicable. The foreign supplier must also demonstrate
that it is producing the food in compliance with the
adulteration and allergen-labeling requirements of the
Food Drug and Cosmetic Act (Sections 402 and 403
(w), respectively).

Importers are responsible for actions that include: (i)
determining known or reasonably foreseeable hazards
with each food imported, (ii) evaluating the risk posed
by the food, based on the hazard analysis, and the
foreign supplier’s performance, (iii) using that evaluation
of the risk posed by an imported food and the supplier’s
performance to approve suppliers and determine
appropriate supplier verification activities, (iv)
conducting supplier verification activities, and (v)
conducting corrective actions.   
FDA FSMA is considered the most sweeping
reform of US food safety laws in more than
70 years. FSMA focuses on preventing,
rather than reacting to contamination.
Therefore, it requires organizations within the
food industry to ensure that their supply
chains are secure.
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Las Vegas, NV
Orleans Hotel, Conference room
4500 W. Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89103 (T 702-365-7111)

Chicago, IL
The Temple Building
77 West Washington Street
Chicago IL 60611
HOTELS Around Temple Building
La Quinta Inn Chicago +1 312-558-1020
Hotel Burnham Chicago  +1 312-782-1111
Hotel Allegro Chicago  +1 312-236-0123

Cherry Hill, NJ
The Holiday Inn - Cherry Hill
2175 Marlton Pike
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(856) 873-5029

Los Angeles
The Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach and
Marina Hotel,  300 N. Harbor Drive
Redondo Beach, CA 90277-2552
Phone number: (310) 318-8888

San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Int. Aiprort Holiday Inn
275 South Airport Boulevard
South San Francisco, CA  94080

Seattle, WA
Four Points by Sheraton
Seattle Airport South
22406 Pacific Hwy South,  Des Moines, WA 98198

Visalia, CA
The Visalia Convention Center
303 E. Acequia Ave.
Visalia, CA 9329   Phone: 559-731-4040

Houston, TX
La Quinta Inn and Suites
Bush Intercontinental Airport
15510 JFK Blvd.
Houston, TX 77032, T 281-219-2000