NSF Course on Quality Management Systems and Good Manufacturing Practices

Dietary Supplements GMPs

Quality Management Systems and Good Manufacturing Practices:
Understanding and applying GMPs

This one day course will provide a discussion of key differences between US FDA Food GMPs, Drug GMPs, current NSF/ NNFA GMPS , and the proposed Dietary Supplement GMPs. It will offer a unique opportunity for the impending regulated industry to receive training from industry experts. The seminar will offer an understanding of the basics of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and how to apply them to the Quality Management System of a Dietary Supplement or Functional Food manufacturing operation.

Who Should Attend
This training is designed for industry personnel, contract manufacturers, ingredient suppliers, and for quality assurance personnel who are responsible for cGMP compliance. Trade associations, consultants, retailers and attorneys may also find this seminar helpful.

The seminar will be taught by Ofelia Baretto, President of Compliant Quality Solutions.

Ofelia is a quality professional with more than 30 years experience in the management of quality assurance/control of drugs, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, foods, and nutritional supplements. She has authored and presented papers, nationally and internationally, on quality systems, supplier quality management, GMPs, HACCP, auditing, preparing for an FDA inspection, international harmonization of standards, and ISO 9000 / GMP concepts. She is an AFDO certified trainer on HACCP and Sanitation Control Procedures (SCP), a trainer on Quality Management Systems for the Southern California Food Industry Roundtable (FIBR), and is a guest lecturer at California State University, Long Beach.

***SPECIAL DISCOUNT available to participants who register for the seminar at the Natural Product Expo West in Anaheim, or Supply Side East in Baltimore! Seminar plus breakfast and lunch for only $445!

Length: 1 Days
Fee: $495

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