EHEDG Advanced Hygienic design course

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Tuesday, 21 May, 2024 - 08:00 to Thursday, 23 May, 2024 - 00:00
SMC, Milton Keynes


Venue: SMC, Milton Keynes,

UK Dates: 21- 23 May 2024


The EHEDG Advanced Course on Hygienic Design provides knowledge and insight into hygienic design of process equipment, process lines and facilities relevant for food, biotech and pharma industry. The aim is to show that hygienic design when applied properly will lead to optimal product safety and high product quality as well as provide reduced down time, maintenance costs, cleaning costs and environmental impact. The course includes compliance to current legislation and standards


The primary target audience are designers, constructors, technical personnel, and service providers in the industries mentioned above. It may also be relevant for managers (technical, quality or projects), supervisors as well as anyone else who are actively involved in prescribing requirements for equipment and buildings, or servicing equipment for industries relying on hygienic or aseptic processing. It is recommended that the participants has some years of experience with hygienic design.


The fundamentals of the subjects are taught in a practice-oriented manner using examples and pictures. Design guidelines are dealt with in terms of the basic properties experimental evidence. The course provides tools to address hygienic issues within your own organization. The course engages the participants through interactive training. A multiple choice exam is held on the last course day. 


The course trainers are Alan Friis (FORCE Technology, Denmark) and Andy Timperley (Timperley Consulting, UK) who both have been active in the field of hygienic engineering for several decades. Both trainers are EHEDG Authorized Evaluation Officers involved in EHEDG certification of equipment and are deeply involved in the development of EHEDG guidelines as well as being authors of reference material on matters of hygienic design and safe food production.