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Food Allergens in Manufacturing - Target Audience

Living with a food allergy can be very difficult, and those that do must make decisions about the food they eat carefully. This is because consuming even small amounts of an allergen can cause them serious harm.

Food handlers working in a manufacturing business frequently work with allergenic ingredients and raw materials so, to protect allergy sufferers, it is important that they understand allergen management and how to prevent allergenic cross-contamination. They must also be aware of the Food Information Regulations 2014 and how to communicate allergen information to customers and on food labels.

This food allergen awareness course will explore what causes food allergies and how a food manufacturing business can effectively manage them. It is suitable for those working in a manufacturing setting, such as a factory, and anyone involved in the food supply chain.

We have a tailored food allergen training course for those working in a catering or retail environment.

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  • Full voiceover.
  •  Institute of Hospitality endorsed certificate and 1 CPD credit.
  •  Takes an average of 1 hour to complete.
  •  Instant access to PDF certificate on completion.
  •  No hidden costs - includes 12-months access and unlimited assessment resits.

Online Food Allergy Awareness for Manufacturing Training Course with instant downloadable Institute of Hospitality certificate

Instant start & login available 24/7 | Duration 60 minutes | 1 CPD credit


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Food Allergens in Manufacturing - Accreditation and Certification

Institute of Hospitality Certificate

Successful candidates will receive a Institute of Hospitality Certificate and 1 CPD Credit.

This certificate is accepted by local authorities as proof of training.

There is no expiry date on the certificate as there is no formally recognised requirement for re-training. More information on how often should you do food safety training and renew food hygiene certificates.

All Commodious training courses, systems and services have been registered to the internationally recognised ISO 9001:2015 quality standard. Quality Management Systems Ltd (QMS) made this prestigious award to Commodious in January 2018. This gives assurance that the training and assessment was completed with a quality registered organisation.

Food Allergens in Manufacturing - Course Overview

Overview

Every food manufacturing business is required by law to have a food safety management system in place based on the 7 principles of HACCP. This is designed to prevent the accidental contamination of food while it is processed. It is also recommended that food businesses have a TACCP system in place to control food fraud and intentional contamination.

Regardless of the systems used, all food manufacturers must have measures in place to prevent allergenic contamination and ensure their products are packaged accurately. They must also make sure that staff are sufficiently trained and understand how to handle allergens safely.

After completing this allergen training course, learners will understand:

  • The different forms of food hypersensitivity are, along with their symptoms and causes.
  • The 14 main allergens are and how they are used in food.
  • Food information legislation and how allergen information must be provided for prepacked and non-prepacked foods.
  • Precautionary allergen labelling and when it is used.
  • How allergenic cross-contamination occurs.
  • The measures that must be taken while preparing and storing food to minimise allergenic cross-contamination.

Further Training

For further food safety training, consider our Level 2 Food Safety for Manufacturing course. This course covers the information required to maintain good food hygiene and safety practices at work. We also offer a HACCP Principles training course, designed to help businesses create an effective food safety management system.



Duration

It takes approximately 1 hour to complete the course in full. This can be spread out over multiple sessions or completed in a single session. There is no time limit for completion.

Assessment

All candidates must complete a multiple choice assessment after working through the training material. The candidate will be asked 12 multiple choice questions and need to answer a minimum of 9 correctly to pass. Candidates will be given instant feedback after completing the assessment stating whether they have passed or failed. The assessment can be retaken as many times as is required to pass at no additional cost.

Module Summary

In this module, learners will explore:

  • Food allergy symptoms.
  • Information on food intolerance and hypersensitivity.
  • Signs of coeliac disease.
  • Immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies and other causes of allergic reactions.
  • Anaphylaxis and when to use an adrenaline auto-injector.
  • The 14 allergens, including sesame seeds and cereals containing gluten, and how they can be 'hidden' in food.
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This module covers:

  • Food information legislation.
  • Information requirements for prepacked, non-prepacked and prepacked for direct sale foods.
  • How allergen information must be provided when selling online or by phone.
  • 'Gluten-free' and voluntary allergen labelling.
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In this module, learners will cover:

  • How allergenic cross-contamination occurs.
  • Managing allergens when handling, storing and producing food.
  • Correctly storing allergens.
  • Monitoring and reviewing allergen management systems.
  • Product recalls and how to act when something goes wrong.
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Food Allergens in Manufacturing Training Course - System requirements

Our courses are compatible with the latest versions of all modern desktop web browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Safari. On mobile devices, they are compatible with the latest version of Safari or Google Chrome running on iOS 12/Android 6.0 or later.

You can check your current web browser, and whether it is the latest version, by visiting whatismybrowser.com.

For the best experience, we recommend using Google Chrome version 90 or later. We do not recommend using Internet Explorer to access our courses as this can cause compatibility issues and lead to a poor experience.

Bulk Purchases

After a successful purchase you will be automatically taken to our registration process. Here you create your learner(s) and assign the course(s) to them so that they can start training immediately. If you do not know all the learner details - no problem, you can return later and create the learners when it suits you.

The system automatically creates an admin group of your learners, this means you can access your learner accounts to obtain certificates or schedule reports on the progress of your group, useful for Health & Safety audits or Registration to organisations such as CHAS, SMAS, SafeContractor, ConstructionLine etc or site access when certificates are required.

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Food Allergens in Manufacturing

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Food Allergens in Manufacturing