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Hygienic design

Hygienic design

Hygienic design

This course is a further development of the Advanced course on Hygienic Design

This course is a further development of the Advanced course on Hygienic Design

This course is a further development of the Advanced course on Hygienic Design

Cursus Hygiënisch ontwerpen
Cursus Hygiënisch ontwerpen

Course overview

Course overview

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Thursday, June 20, 2024

Utrecht

Thursday, October 10, 2024

Utrecht

Thursday, January 16, 2025

Utrecht

Jun 20, 2024

Utrecht

Oct 10, 2024

Utrecht

Jan 16, 2025

Utrecht

Thursday, June 20, 2024

Utrecht

Thursday, October 10, 2024

Utrecht

Thursday, January 16, 2025

Utrecht

  • "Zeker een aanrader voor bewustwording en het begin van anders naar het ontwerp van productielijnen te gaan kijken."

    Reneé Wassens

    -

    Döhler

    21 april 2023

  • "Verhelderend."

    Dierk Jan Biemold

    -

    FrieslandCampina

    20 september 2023

  • "Info uit ervaring."

    Erik Vos

    -

    Wheyco

    20 september 2023

  • "Geeft goede handvatten voor hygiënisch ontwerpen."

    Dennis Pronk

    -

    FrieslandCampina

    23 juni 2023

  • "Sluit uitstekend aan bij bedrijven in de zuivelindustrie."

    Daan Wolterink

    -

    machinefabriek

    30 september 2022

  • "Iedereen die werkzaam is in de voedingsmiddelenindustrie zou deze cursus een keer moeten volgen. Het is zeer relevant voor alle verschillende afdelingen."

    medewerker

    -

    aardappelbedrijf

    24 juni 2022

  • "Heel leerzame cursus met een breed overzicht van allerlei topics. Naar behoefte van de groep kan op een bepaald topic dieper in worden gegaan."

    medewerker

    -

    babyvoedingsbedrijf

    24 juni 2022

  • "Geeft een breed beeld over uitgangspunten, eisen, aandachtsgebieden van hygiënisch ontwerpen. Is daarmee een eye-opener voor veel gemaakte fouten en ontwerp startingpoints."

    Wouter Essenstam

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    adviesbureau

    1 april 2022

Course description

Course description

Course description

THIS COURSE IS A DEVELOPMENT OF THE ADVANCED COURSE ON HYGIENIC DESIGN

In this challenging and comprehensive 3-day Hygienic Design course, all relevant topics for producing food safely with a to be designed or existing device or entire production line are covered in depth. The course focuses on the collaboration between machine designer and user, and is constantly adapted to new developments.

GOAL:

  1. Understanding the necessity of hygienic design (cleanability to microbial level)

  2. Evaluating the purchase of equipment for microbial cleanability

  3. Designing, outsourcing, and supervising projects related to hygienic design (incl. outsourcing hygienic welding)

  4. Recognizing, signaling, and reporting non-hygienic situations

  5. Motivating production and technical staff to work hygienically

This course fits into a cycle covering Zoning - Building (including interaction with machines), CIP cleaning, and, where relevant, Dry processes.

EXPERIENCED TRAINER

Burggraaf & Partners has specialized in advising the food industry and pharmaceuticals since 1993, and the machinery builders in this field. The firm is active in virtually all sectors (bakery, fruit and vegetables, dairy, meat, beverages, biotechnology) and has provided dozens of training sessions and courses in this area together with various organizations.

Companies affiliated with OOM or OTIB may be eligible for a contribution towards the costs. For more information, see www.oom.nl, or wij-techniek.nl.

LEVEL:

  • design engineer (machinery builder)

  • project manager

  • process technologist & QA/QC manager (food company)

  • Sales (machinery builder; first day)

TOPICS:

1. Laws and regulations
  • summary of relevant laws, standards, and guidelines for machinery builders and food processing companies.

2. Risk analysis (C/F/M)
  • basic knowledge of microbiology (growth conditions, presence and movement of micro-organisms)

  • microbially sensitive products (matrix BRC v7)

  • chemical aids (lubricants, signal fluids, compressed air, gas, water, vacuum)

  • physical breakage and detectability

3. Cleaning – to what level / -agents / -methods / -detection
  • dry – wet – controlled wet cleaning

  • automatic/manual cleaning

  • cleaning agents chemistry, impact, temperature

  • inspectability

  • validation tests (EHEDG, QHD and others)

  • assessment & certification

4. Basic principles of hygienic design
5. Materials – metals
  • stainless steel, aluminum (video)

  • corrosion resistance (video)

  • available materials (2B-finish)

  • finishing methods (more extensive) (video)

  • crack inspection (new)

  • case: assessment surface roughness

6. Materials – elastomers & plastics
  • migration (testing)

  • dimensional stability

  • declaration of conformity

  • test: chemical resistance

7. Materials – others (treated in relevant machine part)
  • glass

  • ceramics

  • coating

8. Hygienic welding
  • pipe requirements

  • preparation & organization

  • hygienic welding video

  • case: assessment welding

9. Hygienic static sealing
  • coupling

  • instrumentation

  • assessment of various existing couplings & instruments

10. Hygienic dynamic sealing
  • reciprocating motion (principles & details of various types of valves)

  • rotating motion (principles & details of various types of pumps)

  • assessment of various existing valves & pumps

11. Hygienic tank design
  • direct product contact – open process

  • all fittings, agitator, etc.

12. Hygienic conveyor
  • direct & indirect product contact – open process

  • frame construction (solid, enclosed, finish)

  • wiring

  • machine safety versus food safety

13. Hygienic process management
  • heat treatment (with guarantee)

  • filling machines

  • special processes (membrane filtration)

14. Hygienic assembly (integration)
  • basic principles of zoning

  • tank, piping system (closed process)

  • machine/building integration (open process)

  • hygienic installation

15. Hygienic assessment
  • assignment & acceptance protocol

  • reading drawings / reporting

  • equipment assessment (according to NEN-EN 1672-2)

  • writing manual for cleaning and maintenance instructions