Regulatory Education Video Seminars
View the various regulatory education video sessions provided to promote a uniform understanding of the regulations.
FSIS hosted webinar held September 13, 2016 in Washing DC on the equivalence process.
FSIS hosted webinar held September 13, 2016 in Washington DC on the Self-Reporting Tool (SRT) Overview and the Public Health Information System.
FSIS hosted webinar held on June 7, 2016, to discuss the updated FSIS guidance document "FSIS Compliance Guideline: Allergens and Ingredients of Public Health Concern: Identification, Prevention and Control, and Declaration Through Labeling."
- FSIS Compliance Guideline: Allergens and Ingredients of Public Health Concern: Identification, Prevention and Control, and Declaration Through Labeling
This video presents general scenarios and instructions on the collection of samples for the beef and veal carcass baseline survey.
This training provides information on commonly asked questions related to validation requirements and complements the information provided in the FSIS Compliance Guideline: HACCP Systems Validation.
FSIS hosted webinar held on September 29, 2015, with representatives from FSIS and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Mobile Slaughter Seminars
These two seminars discuss the use of livestock and poultry mobile slaughter units and potentially cost-effective options for small and remote producers needing access to an inspected facility so that they can sell their product commercially.
- Red Meat Mobile Slaughter
- Poultry Mobile Slaughter
This video will show you how to collect imported manufacturing trimmings and other ground beef components and ground beef for STEC testing.
This video will show you how to collect beef manufacturing trimmings, bench trim, other raw ground beef components and ground beef for STEC testing.
Verifying Sanitary Dressing and Process Control Procedures by Off-line Inspection Program Personnel in Poultry Slaughter Operations
This seminar discusses the role of sanitary dressing and process control as a part of the establishment's food safety system to include:
- Locations in the slaughter process where carcass contamination is most likely to occur
- FSIS Verification
- Establishment Interventions
- Determining compliance