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Hazard Analysis and Preventive Controls for Feed Online Training

Application of HACCP Principles to build a FSMA food safety plan


Your Instructor

Dr. Herrman serves as the State Chemist and Director of the Office of the Texas State Chemist (OTSC) and professor in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University (December 2004 to present) and member of the interdisciplinary toxicology faculty (2012 to present). In his dual role of educator and regulator, he works with students, faculty, university administrators, state and federal regulators, legislators, manufacturers, distributors, and consumers of feed and fertilizer. His regulatory responsibilities include promulgating feed and fertilizer rules and policies; approving new ingredients and drugs; constructing the agency’s regulatory work plan and ensuring industry compliance; directing ISO 17025 accredited laboratories in Texas and Kenya; managing the agency’s budget and infrastructure; and providing oversight for 200+ faculty, staff, and credentialed analysts. His academic responsibilities include leading a regulatory science research and education program involving faculty from 5 academic departments and two colleges impacting participants from 70 countries. He is the founding editor and publisher of the Journal of Regulatory Science.

Dr. Herrman is an International HACCP Alliance Lead instructor and a FSPCA Lead Instructor for the application of risk-based preventive controls for food for animals using the standardized curriculum recognized as adequate by the Food and Drug Administration.

Since 2012, over 200 students have enrolled and completed Dr. Herrman’s HACCP courses online.

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