Notice of Receipt of Adulterated or Misbranded Product - Revision 2
This directive instructs inspection program personnel (IPP) when to enter data into the Public Health Information System (PHIS) Adulterated Product Monitoring(APM)module. FSIS is revisingthis directive toreflectthat thePHISAPM is a digital mechanism to complete FSIS Form 8140-1, Notice of Receipt of Adulterated or Misbranded Product and to add information on how the Office of Field Operations (OFO) District Offices (DOs)and Office of Investigation, Enforcement, and Audit (OIEA) personnelare to use the APM todocument industry reports required by 9 CFR 418.2. FSIS has added clarification onwhether product has entered commerce and new instructions for IPP to verify whether establishments meet the requirements of these regulations. The information from FSIS Notice 49-20, Implementation of the Adulterated Product Monitoring Module of the Public Health Information System has been incorporated into this directivewith some revisions. The regulatory requirements forestablishments to notify FSIS when they have shipped or received adulterated or misbranded products are unchanged; however, the logistics of FSIS receiving and reporting the notification and documenting Agency assessment and establishment corrective actions have been updated and incorporated into this directive.
- Instructs IPP and DOs on the use of the APM module in PHIS, including data entry in PHIS
- Instructs IPP and DOs on actions to take in response to a report of adulterated or misbrandedproducts