New FDA guides explain exemptions to FSMA.
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Risk Assessment Workshop
September 23-24
Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas (Note: PACK EXPO Las Vegas Show Sept. 25-27)
Risk assessment, a process manufacturers use when procuring machinery to evaluate equipment for potential health and safety hazards, is required for compliance to the ANSI/PMMI B155.1-2011 standard and the EU machinery directive 2006/42/EC.  
The course includes:
• Global standards
• Risk assessment basics
• Hands on risk assessment using Packsafe/designSafe® software.
• Legal implications
• How to deploy
• EU machinery directive 2006/42/EC
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On-Demand Webinar: Does Hygienic Design Increase Sanitation Efficacy?
Improved hygienic design of machinery is considered one of the best ways of reducing risk by increasing sanitation efficacy. The Virginia Tech Department of Food Science and Technology, in conjunction with Kollmorgen, conducted tests comparing servo motors with standard designs to a servo motor purposely designed to be hygienic. This webinar discusses study results, implications, and monetization of hygienic design.
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Food Safety
New FDA guides explain exemptions to FSMA
Low-acid canned foods, juice and seafood are exempt from certain FSMA rules.
Two out of three food processors are completely or partially compliant with FSMA
Most companies are well on their way to compliance, but problem areas include dairy, produce and smaller companies in general that lack resources.
Healthy, eco-friendly consumers drive global packaging trends
PMMI’s 2017 Global Packaging Trends Report finds that health, wellness and sustainability are shaping the packaging landscape.
Aseptic packaging is made entirely of plant-based renewable materials
The eco-friendly packaging replaces conventional plastic with certified and sustainable plant-based polymer materials.
Plant Floor
Volumetric filler accommodates range of products
The MULTI-FILL MPFSC-120 fully automatic filler deposits at speeds up to 120 containers per minute, depending on the product, fill volumes, container and line configuration.

Pouch machine is free from conventional cycles and configurations
Capable of achieving speeds up to 480 pouches per minute, the PFM DX-series stand-up pouch machine allows any format within its capability to be programmed and then selected from the human machine interface.
Conveyor offers minimal vibration transfer
With the PPM modular horizontal motion conveyor, the quick return segment of the cycle slides the conveying surface under the material bed.
Case and bagger loading system designed for gentle product handling
The KLEENLine automated case and bagger loading system provides an alternative way to count and collate products when filling cases or bulk bags by count.
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