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[Audio] GMP Training. vvvvv. GMP Training. abstract.

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[Audio] Contents: Navigation About this course Objetives Module 1: Training & Education Module 2: Disease Control Module 3: Personal Hygiene Module 4: Apparel Requirements Module 5: HACCP Review & Quiz.

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[Audio] About this course This course is designed to provide a detail overview of each of the five major GMP components: Education & Training Disease Control Personal Hygiene Apparel Requirements HACCP.

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[Audio] Objetives After successfully completing this course employees will be able to undertenant and practice GMP's at their workplace..

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[Audio] Module 1: Training & Education In this module you Will learn the training and education requirements for the GMP's..

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[Audio] Training & Education ALL employees must be trained in the GMP requirements when they are hired AND at least once per year. ALL employees must sign a training form and return it to the Quality Manager..

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[Audio] ALL employees must understand the GPM's requirements ALL employees must comply with these requirements.

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[Audio] ALL visitors and contractors must understand & comply with the GMP's requirements, and they must indicate their compliance by signing a GMP's compliance form..

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[Audio] WHAT ARE GMPs? GMPs or Good Manufacturing Practices are a set of standard guidelines that were initiated to help define the control of food processing and packaging operations to ensure that packaged food products going to the consumer are safe and free from contamination, bacteria and other health and personal safety risks..

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[Audio] WHY GMPs AT KCS? Many of the facilities within the KCS organization provide containers for use as food or food ingredient packaging. These containers are considered direct food contact packaging, and, therefore, are considered high risk product. These packaging products, its quality and how it is processed and handled can directly impact the health risks that are realized by the second- or third-tier consumers of its contents..

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[Audio] COMMON SENSE!! Guidelines are just that, guides. They will never specifically address all situations and issues. It requires COMMON SENSE to utilize them and their intent to deal with new situations..

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[Audio] COMMON SENSE!! How would you feel if you opened a jar of baby food to feed your 6-month-old infant, and found a broken piece of glass, or drops of machine oil in it? In the production and handling of our product – ask yourself if you would eat food that was packaged inside of it..

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[Audio] Pest Control A Pest Control company has been contracted to setup, monitor and service pest control prevention..

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[Audio] Pest Control DO NOT tamper with the pest control devices that have been placed in and around the plant. Do not attempt to move them from their assigned locations. These devices include: Mechanical or Catch-All traps along the inside perimeter of the plant Insect Light Traps Bait Traps located around the outside of the plant that contain poisonous material – DO NOT TOUCH OR HANDLE THESE TRAPS Report any damage to these devices to the Quality Manager..

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[Audio] Glass & Brittle Plastic The production and warehouse areas of our plants have an enormous amount of glass and brittle plastic near, around or over product. Glass or brittle plastic (e.g., Plexi-glass) can be found over gauges on equipment, computer monitors, windows, overhead lights, on measuring equipment, conveyor covers, etc. In the event that glass or brittle plastic breaks or shatters, it can represent a serious contamination situation. If you observe this – NOTIFY YOUR SUPERVISOR OR A MANAGEMENT TEAM MEMBER IMMEDIATELY. They will provide instructions for the proper clean-up and segregation of product..

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[Audio] Glass & Brittle Plastic In the event of glass breakage on or adjacent to a production line, where there is any possibility of raw materials, or finished goods to be contaminated the line shall be shut down immediately. Impacted raw materials are to be segregated and identified as contaminated until further inspection can be conducted. All in process materials are to be segregated and put on quality hold until further inspection can be conducted..

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[Audio] Plant environment-Cleaning: At NO time should an employee use compressed air for cleaning in the manufacturing areas..

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[Audio] Tools Tape measures, Stanley knives, and safety knives will be provided. Employees should not take these tools out of the plant or bring their own from home. Tools should be free of rust, grease, and particulates. Contaminated tools should be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol..

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[Audio] Chemical Control Contamination from chemicals used in our plants can also represent a serious situation. ALL chemicals used must be clearly labeled – this includes those seemingly harmless chemicals used to clean conveyor covers. If you observe any chemical container not labeled – NOTIFY YOUR SUPERVISOR IMMEDIATELY NEVER re-label any chemical container. If you observe any chemical container re-labeled – NOTIFY YOUR SUPERVISOR IMMEDIATELY.

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[Audio] Module 2: Disease Control In this module you will learn the steps to fallow if you are ill with a contiguous disease..

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[Audio] Disease Control Do not cough or sneeze on exposed product – turn your head, cover your mouth and/or nose. WHY? Coughing and sneezing spreads disease – would you want a waiter to sneeze on your food? Any employee who is ill with a contagious/serious disease will be sent home or assigned to other duties away from product handling jobs. WHY? To avoid contaminating product with the virus, bacteria or infectious agent.

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[Audio] All open cuts or breaks in the skin must be properly covered. Extra precautions should be taken to be sure bandages stay on. Employees with open cuts/ lesions may be assigned other duties away from product handling jobs. WHY? To prevent the spread of blood borne pathogens and disease to the product..

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[Audio] After using the restrooms, you MUST wash your hands. WHY? to prevent the spread of disease and bacteria to the product..

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[Audio] Module 3: Personal Hygiene Practices In this module you will learn the GMP's personal hygiene requirements and how to properly wash your hands..

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[Audio] Jewelry is not allowed in production areas when handling products. This includes – but is not limited to - false fingernails fingernail polish, watches and rings. WHY? To prevent objects from falling into product ( foreign body contamination) Employees are required to wash their hands prior to starting their shift, before returning to work from breaks and lunch, and using the restrooms. WHY? To prevent the spread of disease and contamination of the product with potential allergens (more about this later).

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[Audio] No personal belongings other than items required to perform your job are permitted in production areas. Prohibited belongings include coats/ jackets (unless worn), backpacks, non-authorized cell phones, These items MUST BE STORED IN LOCKERS away from product handling areas. WHY? To prevent contaminating product from accumulated dirt/ debris or bacteria on personal items.

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[Audio] Personal items are not allowed on the production floor. All backpacks, jackets, non-authorized cell phones, and all other unnecessary items are to be stored in the locker room prior to the start of a shift. Authorized cell phones will be determined by plant management All packaging items ( boxes, cores, tape, etc.) should not come into contact with the floor at any time..

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[Audio] No food, smoking, or beverages (with the exception of company provided water) will be allowed in the controlled environment at any time. WHY? To prevent the spread of bacteria or contamination to the product and prevent the contamination of product with allergens. Tobacco products ( cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco) are not permitted in production areas and may only be used in designated areas OUTSIDE the plant. Cigarette/ cigar butts are to be disposed of in appropriate receptacles. WHY? To prevent the contamination of product with foreign material & potential bacteria..

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[Audio] Under no circumstances are products produced in the plant to be used for anything other than their intended purpose: Pails or cans are NOT to be used to store raw materials, nuts/ bolts, rags, pens/ pencils, oil, etc. Poor housekeeping, littering, or other acts leading to unsanitary conditions are prohibited Workstations must be kept clean on a continuous basis Do not place tools, chemicals, machine parts, raw materials, utensils, packaging material, cleaning supplies, personal belongings, etc. on any work surface where the possibility exists for product contamination WHY? Contamination occurs immediately when foreign objects are placed in or on product. This product may inadvertently be shipped when or if the foreign objects are removed..

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[Audio] Allergen Control Many people suffer from allergies when they consume or come into contact with certain food items such as peanuts, Tree nuts, mustard, shellfish, wheat or dairy products, eggs, soybean products and others If you eat these products or products that contain one or more of these allergens at lunch or breaks, you can transfer this material to product when handled – this is why it is critical after you eat or use tobacco products to.. WASH YOUR HANDS.

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[Audio] Employees are required to wash their hands prior to starting their shift, before returning to work from breaks and lunch, and using the restrooms. To be effective, you must wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. WHY? To prevent the spread of disease and contamination of the product with potential allergens..

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[Audio] How to properly wash your hands step # 1 How to properly wash your hands step # 2.

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[Audio] How to properly wash your hands step # 3.

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[Audio] How to properly wash your hands step # 4 How to properly wash your hands step # 5.

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[Audio] How to properly wash your hands step # 6.

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[Audio] Module 4: Apparel Requirements In this module you will learn the GMP's dressing requirements..

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[Audio] Apparel Requirements Clothing made of materials that shed fibers; glitter, rhinestones, etc. are not permitted. WHY? These fibers or material may fall into or on product. Shirts or tops must extend to the waistline at all times. No tank tops or muscle shirts are permitted. WHY? To prevent the spread of bacteria. To prevent foreign objects from falling into product, objects cannot be carried in shirt pockets (no pens, pencils, small tools, etc.). WHY? To prevent foreign material contamination..

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[Audio] Neckties must be removed or tucked into shirt. WHY? Loose clothing can spread contaminates onto product. No sandals, open toed shoes, open heels, or heels of more than 1inch are permitted in production areas. WHY? There are certainly safety reasons for this, but also, to prevent the spread of bacteria..

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[Audio] All employees must wear a Hair Net and, Beard and Mustache cover in the production areas.Hair Net Must Cover the Ears, Beard and Mustache..

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[Audio] Wrong Correct. Wrong. Correct.

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[Audio] Module 5: HACCP In this module you will learn about the HACCP management system..

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[Audio] What is HACCP Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point. A systematic, scientific approach to food safety, not intended to addressed quality..

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[Audio] HACCP For food safety not quality Science based Systematic approach Preventive Culture change.

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[Audio] Prerequisite Requirements Cleaning and Sanitation Personal hygiene Supplier control Facilities Production equipment / preventative maintenance Receiving, storage and shipping Specification Chemical control Pest control Training Etc..

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[Audio] Types of Hazards Biological Chemical Physical.

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[Audio] Review In this tutorial we had covered the five major topics of the GMP training: Education & Training Disease Control Personal Hygiene Apparel Requirements HACCP.

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[Audio] Quiz The following quiz will assess your knowledge of GMPs requirements, learned in this training. You may review the content of the various modules at any time by clicking the image located at the bottom of the page to return to the main menu..

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[Audio] Congratulations! You have successfully completed this course. You are now ready to start putting in practice the GMPs requirements at your workplace..