Pamela Ross-Kung, M.S., R.S.
“My objective is to save clients time and money, and help relieve anxiety by being there with them every step of the way. I recognize that “regular business hours” may not apply, and my approach is to build meaningful relationships, because partnering creates a path for success.” – Pamela Ross-Kung, M.S., R.S.
Pamela can "translate" regulatory and scientific language
into terms that can be understood at all levels of your organization and provides common sense solutions to today’s complex food safety issues.
Pamela is recognized as a Certified HACCP trainer by the FDA and AFDO (the Association of Food and Drug Officials). In addition to providing HACCP training programs, she developed a USDA-approved HACCP course, designed for all levels of the food industry, entitled “Establishing Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Programs” which is available as a college-credited course, and can be modified to serve as a Certificate Program.
As a highlight to her career, Pamela was awarded an FDA Innovative Food Safety Grant to work with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to develop a HACCP training curriculum for regulators. The training was designed to provide background information, public health rationale, regulations, guidelines, and controls for initiating, evaluating, and verifying mandatory HACCP plans in retail food, establishments. The Learner’s Guide “Validation and Verification of HACCP Plans in Retail Food Establishments” can be viewed on the Resources page.