About the program
The program includes:
- specific sanitation measures that must be undertaken and monitored regularly
- the HACCP plan that identifies and controls potential food safety hazards related to species and processing methods
Where does Sea Grant Extension fit in?
We offer HACCP training courses for industry members so that they can meet the training requirement of the FDA regulation. Courses are offered 2-3 times per year, in conjunction with the Connecticut Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Aquaculture, the University of Rhode Island food safety specialist, and the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension Program. Connecticut Sea Grant Extension has participated in training more than 500 members of the seafood industry from all over the Northeast.
HACCP training options
- Basic Seafood HACCP
Please note: the class scheduled for May has been canceled and will be rescheduled later this year.
Contact: Lori Pivarnik or call (401) 874-2972
- For information about other future HACCP classes, contact Nancy Balcom or Lori Pivarnik.