This course will be interactive and hands-on. Using exercises, actual scenarios, and group discussions, you will learn and use several tools. You will be ready to put your knowledge to work in your facility. We will explore common root cause analysis tools including 5 whys, Failure Mode Effect Analysis, Fishbone diagram, cause & effect tools, and relationship diagrams. You will receive training and templates to use and modify as needed to create and maintain an effective corrective and preventative action program in your facility.
The Idaho Manufacturing Alliance (IMA), founded in 2014 as the Southwest Idaho Manufacturers’ Alliance (SWIMA), is a membership organization focused on knowledge sharing, collaboration, and advocacy to influence a manufacturing environment that creates benefits for the industry and the community.
In addition to better connecting manufacturers with each other, partners, and service providers that help their businesses, the IMA provides regular opportunities for learning and networking, member-only manufacturing plant tours, representation in talent pipeline initiatives, and advocacy for and promotion of manufacturing.
With a new sense of urgency for entrepreneurs and manufacturers to create a strong digital presence, please join the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC) for a discussion on the necessary steps to implement a highly effective E-Commerce strategy for your business. In particular, MMEC tackles how custom manufacturers can join the exploding E-Commerce market.
This online course will help you identify hazards associated with raw materials and process steps and assign controls. You will learn to:
Understand the 5 pre-steps and 7 Principles in HACCP
Determine the likelihood of raw material hazards and process hazards
Identify critical control points (CCPs) and define critical limits
Evaluate monitoring and verification procedures for CCP
Often, facilities promote from within. However, the skills needed to be an excellent employee are not always the same skill set needed to be an excellent supervisor. The Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) National Network’s Leading in Manufacturing course will train you to utilize the key skills effective in managing, communicating, and motivating a workforce. This course has been designed specifically for supervisors in manufacturing environments.
This FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food course is the “standardized curriculum” recognized by the FDA. This course covers regulation Title 21 CFR 117 – Current Good Manufacturing Practice, Hazard Analysis, and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Food. The course will go in-depth with requirements for Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls based food safety training. Course participants will get familiar with all requirements of Preventive Controls based food safety plan and how to design the plan, and upon successful completion of the course become a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI).