As a result of the FDA's Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), food inspections are on the rise. Under FSMA, all high-risk facilities must be inspected by January 2016, repeating every three years; all other facilities must be inspected by January 2018, repeating every five years. With the added pressure for the FDA to come in and perform these inspections, it is even more critical that food manufacturers be prepared before, during, and after an FDA audit inspection.
So what do you need to do to be prepared for every step of the audit process?
These checklists can help. With this free download, you'll receive:
- Pre-FDA Audit Inspection Day Checklist – Know exactly what to expect and how to put together a team
- Day of Audit Checklist – Know how to handle yourself and your team
- Post-FDA Audit Inspection Day Checklist – Understand the different forms and how to respond
TraceGains collaborated with Antonio Gallegos, formerly of counsel at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, to produce three checklists, specifically designed to address what you need to do to be prepared before, during, and after an FDA audit.