Introduction to US Food Law

Kurzbeschreibung

Introduction to US Food Law / Einführung ins US-Lebensmittelrecht

Auf einen Blick

Abschluss: Course Confirmation

Start: auf Anfrage

Dauer: 1 Tag

Kosten: CHF 650.00

Bemerkung zu den Kosten:

incl. documentation and catering

Durchführungsort:

Lessons will take place at ZHAW Life Sciences und Facility Management in Wädenswil
The course room will be communicated in the written confirmation of participation.

Situation map: www.zhaw.ch/lsfm

Unterrichtssprache: Englisch

Ziele und Inhalt

Zielpublikum

The target audience is employees from food companies exporting to the USA, for example, from quality management or regulatory affairs. Other professionals are also welcome, for example attorneys needing an introduction to US food law.

No prior knowledge of US food law is required. The course is given in English; therefore, a good command of the English language is a prerequisite.

Ziele

The course provides a general introduction to US food regulation and then focuses on the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and its corresponding rules.

Introduction to US Food Law

Inhalt

Methodik

Presentations, exercises, discussions.

Unterricht

If interested, please contact Evelyn Kirchsteiger-Meier

Beratung und Kontakt

Veranstalter

Dozierende

The course will be given in English by:

Prof. Neal Fortin, Director of the Institute for Food Laws and Regulations at Michigan State University and author of numerous publications on US food regulation (e.g. “Food Regulation: Law, Science, Policy, and Practice)

Kooperationspartner

Michigan State University

Anmeldung

Zulassung

No prior knowledge of US food law is required. The course is given in English; therefore, a good command of the English language is a prerequisite.

Anmeldeinformationen

General Terms of Admission and Participation for Courses and Programs of Continuing Education at the ZHAW.

AGB

Zulassungs- und Teilnahmebedingungen

Startdaten und Anmeldung

Start Anmeldeschluss  
auf Anfrage

Downloads und Broschüre