The Sanitary Cold Chain
U.S. Shipper and Carrier Food Safety Management
FDA FSMA Rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods

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The Sanitary Cold Chain
29905 Santa Maria Drive
Canyon Lake , CA , 92587
Phone: 808-469-0046
FDA FSMA Required Carrier Compliance Training

The final rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods establish training requirements for carrier personnel engaged in food transportation operations.   Training certificates are available for these topics:

  1. Responsibilities of the carrier under the final rules (1 hour)
  2. Awareness of potential food safety problems that may occur during food transportation (1 hour)
  3. Basic sanitary transportation practices to address those potential problems (1 hour)

Training is available with and without competency exams.

Non Exam Version Individual and Group Pricing

This 3 1/2 Hour, 3-Session Course and Certification (no exam) is priced at $50.


Call 808 469 0046 for group discount pricing.

Enrollment link:

50+     Employeesdfdf    $129 ea.      NOW ONdfLY  $49 ea
Competency Exam Version

For companies requiring that trainees pass competency exams, the price for the three module course is $70 per trainee.  Competency exams are recommended for transportation operations managers and supervisors.  An exam is required at the end of each module.  Trainees must achieve a minimum score of 60% on all three module tests to earn a competency certificate. 

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This training is not “maybe” training but is REQUIRED for all personnel engaged in transportation operations upon hiring and as needed thereafter.

This required training is now offered by the Sanitary Cold Chain and is available as webinars or in download packages for use with your employees.  

The FDA defines a carrier as a “person who owns, leases, or is otherwise ultimately responsible for the use of a motor vehicle or rail vehicle to transport food. The carrier is responsible for all functions assigned to a carrier in this sub-part even if they are performed by other persons, such as a driver that is employed or contracted by a trucking firm. A carrier may also be a receiver or a shipper if the person also performs the functions of those respective persons as defined in this sub-part.” 

The new law was published on April 6, 1016, which mean there is little time left for perishable food carrier operations to provide this required, certificated training to all personnel.

For information on how to arrange for this training at your site

Hit this Link:  Enroll Here

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On Site Hands-On Training and Assistance is Now Available

On-site assistance is now available to analyze your current compliance capabilities, provide hands-on trailer sanitation wash, inspection and test training  and to help you develop procedures that comply with FDA FSMA Rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods.  

Please call Edgar directly at:  (831) 512-6267 for more information and scheduling ________________________________________________________________________________

Training and Certification for Cold Chain Food
Shippers, Carriers and Receivers
Prepare to Comply With the FDA FSMA Sanitary Food Transportation Regulations
The Sanitary Cold Chain system is designed to help your farm, distribution, processing, packing, retail or restaurant operation establish new compliance logistics controls for sanitation, temperature and traceability  for food carrying trucks and trailers, rail cars and transportation equipment.  The new FSMA rules will apply to carriers, shippers, and receivers involved in perishable food transportation.  Logistics requirements for all shipments of perishable foods by dairy, meat, poultry, eggs, fish, and other products shipped as imports, intrastate or interstate are impacted.

The new FDA FSMA rules on the sanitary transportation of human and animal foods cover trucks, trailers, rail cars, imported foods, food operations and food transportation equipment for perishables not completely enclosed by a container.  Compliance requires that valid preventive controls must be established and implemented to prove that your operations meet FSMA rules requirements.

The Sanitary Cold Chain provides the assessment, training, audits and certification to avoid prosecution and to meet the new rules.

For a list of our upcoming live webinars, Click This Link


Maintain Records to Meet the FSMA Rule Requirements

Check out our Container Identification (CID) solution!  A complete temperature, location, sanitation, maintenance and reporting system for food carrying containers.  The system is GS1 enabled and maintains complete compliance data  for individual interstate, intrastate and international containers and truck trailers. 



"Testing for Sanitation and Biological Contaminants"

(Farm Water, Packing Tables, Floors, Distribution Processes & Truck Trailers)

Let us know if you would like a free copy.  Send an email to  with "Free Paper" in the subject line.

And Visit Kleentrans - A TransCert certified Trailer Sanitation Operation

KLEENTRANS provides protocols for cleaning, sanitizingand securing the food safety of truck and trailer containers.


Guide to Food Safety and Quality During Transportation:  

Controls, Standards and Practices  

by Dr. John M Ryan.

The book, published by Elsevier Press, includes FDA and USDA guidance information, standards and certification, and food safety and quality planning procedures to establish a foundation for transportation system prevention, implementation, standardisation, measurement and improvement.

Guide to Food Safety and Quality During Transportation provides a sound foundation for the improvement of the transportation sector responsible for the movement of food. While food safety agencies have been focused on producer, processor, retail, and restaurant food safety, the industry that moves the food has been largely overlooked. Ensuring trucks and containers are properly cleaned and disinfected, proper maintenance of refrigeration temperatures during transport, and avoiding paperwork delays are all areas of concern. Lack of government oversight has resulted in multiple, non-standardized approaches to food safety that are inspection-dependent,” the publisher says.

“This book focuses specifically on the food movers normally overlooked by today’s food safety auditors, compliance schemes, government agencies, quality control personnel, and transportation executives. It outlines delivery control solutions and provides basic standards designed to protect the transportation industry, as well as addressing problems associated with food transportation and practical solutions that are focused on container sanitation and traceability food safety and quality needs.”

The book is written for those involved in ensuring the safe transport of food commodities, including supply chain management, food safety management and quality management personnel.


Contact Information
TransCert at the Sanitary Cold Chain
1530 Paisley Street
NW Palm Bay, Florida 32907
Phone:  1 + (808) 469-0046


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