Concepts
Control Measures
Regulation
Actions
100

Protecting the nation's food supply from intentional contamination.

What is Food Defense?

100

How we identify people who are supposed to be in certain areas.

What are uniforms?

100

This event prompted the bio terrorism act.

What is 9/11?

100

Bolts, metal shavings, grease, dust, trimmer blades, cleaners

What are Food Defense risks?

200

Criminals, terrorists, protestors, disgruntled employees.

What is an aggressor?

200

Used to monitor the facility.

What are video cameras?

200

Required to find possible problems.

What is a vulnerability assessment?

200

Report to supervisor if you notice this about a person.

What is suspicious/unusal behavior?

300

Intentional contamination of product to cause harm or achieve economic gain.

What is Intentional Adulteration?

300

In place to ensure there is no unauthorized access to the facility.

What  are key fobs?

300

Employees must do this.

What is receive training on Food Defense Awareness?

300

Control points at SEMO

What are rework and enrichment?

400

This term describes the action of tampering with product to cause harm or to gain financially.

What is intentional adulturation?

400

When it comes to Food Defense, __________ are the first line of defense.

What is people?

400

Requires food facilities to register.

What is the Bioterrorism Act of 2002?

400

This MUST be done if you have lost or misplaced your key fob.

What is report it to your supervisor so your key fob can be de-activated so it can not be used by anyone else.

500

Substituting an inferior product.

What is food fraud?

500

Placed on trailers and railcars to prevent tampering.

What are seals?

500

Required facilities to have a food defense plan.

What is the Food Safety Modernization Act?

500

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