Food Safety – HACCP training, Aurora Saulo of the University of Hawaii CTAR will be holding

Posted on January 16, 2014


fish for sale photo by Tina Quizon

A long anticipated Food Safety training here in Honolulu will be held tomorrow, January 16 & 17, 2014 at the Pagoda Hotel. In 2010 Aurora Saulo from the University of Hawaii travel to Manila to attend the APEC Food Safety meeting with delegates from over 21 countries. And tomorrow Aurora will be holding a highly anticipated Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) and Preventive Controls Systems conference.  Food Safety is of critical importance not only for the health of our seniors and children, but sustainability of control systems and food security for our communities. Some of the topics that will be cover are the  Principles of Food Protection, Preliminary Steps to HACCP,  Seven Principles of HACCP, Developing, Implementing, and Managing HACCP Plan.. 

Day one to include:

Food Hazards 

 Preliminary Steps to HACCP 

 HACCP Principles – An Introduction 

 Assembling the HACCP Team 

 Describing the Product: Intended Use and Distribution  

 Constructing and Verifying a Flow Diagram 

 On day two – Developing HACCP Plans 

 Principle 1.  Conducting a Hazard Analysis 

 Principle 2.  Determining Critical Control Points  

 Principle 3.  Establishing Critical Limits  

 Principle 4.  Critical Control Point Monitoring  

 Principle 5.  Corrective Actions  

 Principle 6.  Verification Procedures  

 Principle 7.  Recordkeeping Procedures

How to Implement Your HACCP Plan in Your Facility, followed by an exam 

 For the full conference schedule or for more information please contact:

Dr. Aurora A. Saulo 

University of Hawaii at Manoa 

Extension Specialist in Food Technology 

Cooperative Extension Service 

3190 Maile Way, St. John 102 

Honolulu, HI 96822 USA  

Tel.   808 956 6564 or (Assistant) 808 956 8588 

Fax. 808 956 3894 Cell  808 226 1950