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Cumberland Culinary Center Recall Procedure
Procedure

Document Number: EMER--120p Revision #: 1.0
Document Owner: Executive VP Date Last Updated: 09/02/2015
Primary Author: Vice President for Facilities, IT, and Infrastructure Status: Approved
Date Originally Created: 02/13/2012

General Description
Description / Scope:

Information about Cumberland Culinary Center (CCC) recall procedures relative to emergency services policies and procedures.

 


Purpose:

Delineation of procedures.


Who Performs / Responsibility: Emergency Services
Vice President for Facilities, IT, and Infrastructure

When to Perform: As needed

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Requirements
Pre-Knowledge: Before performing this task you must know:
Current University policy
Standards of good practice

Terms and Definitions: Additional training

Corrective Action

Equipment: Policy and Procedure Handbook

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Overview of Steps
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Cumberland Culinary Center Recall Procedure

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Detailed Steps
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Cumberland Culinary Center Recall Procedure


How to Do:

In the event that an ingredient supplier or one of the customer’s of the Cumberland Culinary Center (CCC) has identified a possible health risk associated with the production or processes of a product, the following three step process will be followed:

 

1. CCC Staff will log onto the FDA web site: https://www.safetyreporting.hhs.gov/

CCC Staff will respond to all prompts listed on the screens

2. CCC Staff will contact the district FDA Coordinator:

 

Marie Fink

Recall & Emergency Coordinator

US FDA Metairie Center

2424 Edenborn Avenue, Suite 410

Metairie, LA 70001

Phone: 504-832-1290, extension 1109

Fax: 504-219-8813

marie.fink@fda.hhs.gov

 

3. CCC Staff will contact the TDA Regulator:

 

Bill Thompson

Food Manufacturing Administrator - Emergency Services Coordinator

Regulatory Services/Food and Dairy Section

Tennessee Department of Agriculture

Desk - 615-837-5534

Fax - 615-837-5005

email - bill.thompson@tn.gov

 

4. Finally, CCC Staff will contact the Vice President for Facilities, IT, and Infrastructure to notify him of the issue.


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Subject Experts
The following may be consulted for additional information.
Vice President for Facilities, IT, and Infrastructure

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