David Rosenblatt, DVM
Director of Learning
Sher Consulting and Training
Pet food safety starts with supply chain management — David Rosenblatt, DVM, director of learning, Sher Consulting and Training, teaches how to mitigate risk associated with incoming ingredients or private label finished goods using a recognized and approved risk assessment approach. Learn how to perform a supply chain risk assessment and we will gain access to a supplier control toolbox, which is effective both for buyers of ingredients and of finished products. This approach also supports FSMA requirements for risk-based supply chain preventive controls.
Rosenblatt received his DVM from Hebrew University in 1993. He worked in Unilever Israel as company veterinarian, R&D manager for petfood and SHEQA (safety, health, environment and quality assurance) manager for nine years. He joined the Standards Institution of Israel as head of the food sector and senior educator, where he worked for four years. Rosenblatt is a lead auditor for numerous international standards. In 2005 he joined Sher Consulting and Training as Director of Learning. Rosenblatt teaches companion animal nutrition and food safety at the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine. He is also a member of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutritionists, the International Association for Food Protection and an FDA recognized PCQI (Preventive Controls Qualified Individual). Rosenblatt is an FDA certified Lead Instructor for FSMA.