Environmental Monitoring

Great Plains Analytical Plans Environmental Monitoring testing lab
August 16, 2018

GPAL and Environmental Monitoring

Great Plains Analytical Laboratory routinely assists clients with establishing and maintaining Environmental Monitoring Programs. Testing for the presence of microorganisms is a science-based screening process to detect and identify potential sources...

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April 10, 2018

Environmental Monitoring in the Milling and Baking Industry

How to demonstrate your commitment to supporting a food safety culture with an Environmental Monitoring Program of your food production facility. If you would like to learn more read the complete article from Cereal Foods World 2018.  

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Great Plains Analytical Laboratory Environmental Monitoring food manufacturing
March 8, 2018

Environmental Monitoring of Food Manufacturing

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requirement for environmental monitoring of microbiological risks is mentioned in CFR 21 section 117.165 “Current Good Manufacturing Practice, hazard analysis, and risk based preventative controls for human...

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December 28, 2017

Environmental Monitoring and Testing in the GPAL Microbiology Lab

Environmental monitoring is a basic tool for measuring the efficacy of the food safety management system.  Your environmental monitoring program helps pinpoint emerging failures in the sanitation program as well as generating data to perform trend...

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