FSMA PC Rule Readiness | Applying Good Manufacturing Practices to Animal Food Production Facilities

FSMA PC Rule Readiness | Applying Good Manufacturing Practices to Animal Food Production Facilities

Posted by: Amanda Moren

Date

April 20th, 2017

 

Event Title

Applying Good Manufacturing Practices to Animal Food Production Facilities

 

Video Link: You must first set up a Food Shield Account and request to join “FSMA Rule Readiness Training” to access this content

 

 

Speaker Information:

Thomas Gordon

Working for the FDA since 1990, all in the Fresno R.P., SAN-DO.  Most of my work has been concentrated in the CVM programs, tissue residue, licensed medicated feed mills, and drug manufacturing.

 

 

Dianne Milazzo- Consumer Safety Officer, Office of Surveillance and Compliance, Center for Veterinary Medicine, FDA

Dianne Milazzo is a Consumer Safety Officer in the Office of Surveillance and Compliance at the Center for Veterinary Medicine and has been with FDA for over 16 years.  She received her Bachelors of Science in Animal Science with a Biotechnology option from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. In June 2014, she began work at the Center for Veterinary Medicine spearheading projects related to FSMA including regulation writing, development of training, baseline data gathering, and the compliance programs.  Prior to this work, Dianne was a field investigator in the Richmond, Virginia Resident Post which was part of the Baltimore District Office where she conducted a variety of inspections of FDA regulated products and was the District’s Center for Veterinary Medicine program monitor.  She is currently serving as a member of the Steering and Editorial Committees for the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA), a co-lead for implementation of the Preventive Controls Animal Food rule for the Phase 2 workgroup, and a co-lead on the FSMA Preventive Controls Training workgroup.

Ken Klobus- CSO, CVM Drug Specialist, FDA

KEN KLOBUS, CSO, is a CVM Drug Specialist in FDA NYK-DO / Syracuse and has been an Investigator with the FDA for over 8 years with a high focus on the CVM Program (Illegal Tissue Residues, Medicated & Non-medicated Feed Mills, and BSE Inspections). In addition to CVM work plan responsibilities, also conducted human and veterinary drug inspections (sterile & non-sterile) and a variety of human food inspections.

 

Donald B. McKechnie, Veterinary Medicine Specialist/Investigator, Seattle District, Office of Regulatory Affairs, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Donald B. McKechnie is a Veterinary Medicine Specialist/Investigator in the Seattle District at the Office of Regulatory Affairs and has been with FDA for over 16 years.  He received his Bachelors of Art in Chemistry from California State University at Fresno and Masters of Science in Public Health in Epidemiology with an Infectious Disease option from the University of South Carolina at Columbia.  He began work with the FDA in the Seattle District in Bothell, Washington and has worked in the Center for Veterinary Medicine programs his entire career.  Prior to his tenure at FDA, Donald was an Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellow and Guest Researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia.  In October 2008, Donald was selected as the Seattle District’s Veterinary Medicine Specialist.  In this capacity, he continued working in the Center for Veterinary Medicine programs and assumed the role of state contract monitor for feed, BSE, and tissue residue contacts. In May 2016, Donald was selected for the Animal Food Preventive Controls Instructor Cadre.

Jessica Webber
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