Camfil becomes CPD accredited air quality training provider
Air filtration manufacturer Camfil has been CPD accredited as a registered training provider for the BRCGS Air Quality Standards and Application Training course.
Suitable for the food and beverage segment, the course will provide insights on topics such as the impact of air quality on production, product contamination, employees health, odour emissions, product shelf life and operational costs.
BRCGS Standards have harmonised food safety standards across the world and are simple and effective to use. Camfil said it is crucial for F&B businesses to understand the importance of air quality and have their food production facility evaluated to ensure compliance with the standard. Outdoor air enters a building through an HVAC system and if untreated can result in contamination, which could potentially result in product recall, brand damage and reduction in consumer confidence.
Developed by Camfil’s global air filtration experts, the CPD accredited training course is designed to help customers in the food and beverage industry understand the air quality requirements and air filter specifications in various food production and handling environments.
Camfil has developed air filters for general ventilation applications that are ISO 16890 rated and comply with Eurovent standards. It also has a dedicated product range called ProSafe, which consists of certified products safe for use in food and beverage applications.
The company also has CPD certified training on HEPA filtration and workplace remobilisation — protecting work environments from the spread of virus.
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