Computer Vital Online Training

16 September 2020

Aug. 6 2020

VITAL® 3.0

New updated version released October 2019.

The VITAL® Program, developed to provide a quantitative risk based approach for food producers to assess the impact of allergen cross contact and to assist in providing appropriate precautionary allergen labelling has been recently updated to VITAL® 3.0.

There have been significant changes with the new release of VITAL® 3.0, including new and updated Reference Doses, updates to the calculators functionality, as well as changes to the training program with the inclusion of the Allergen Risk Review Program.

BVAQ’s experienced facilitator has a professional and down-to-earth style that incorporates real-life scenarios to ensure the training is relevant to you and your workplace.

Who should attend this course?

Individuals working in food service and food manufacturing facilities involved in: operations / production, production scheduling, food safety and QA managers and Research and Development personnel. The principles of risk profiling and allergen management are applicable to the broader food industry, incorporating raw material providers, manufacturers, co-packers, traders, food service and retailers.

What areas will the training cover?

  • General Food Allergy, Labelling and Analysis
  • Principles of allergen management, including the use of the Allergen Risk Review Website
  • VITAL® 3.0 Theory and the scientific approach
  • The context in which it should be used, it’s application for raw materials, goods for further processing and finished products
  • Use of VITAL® 3.0 as a risk assessment and management tool
  • Practical examples to work through using the VITAL® 3.0 Online Calculator

Fees and Contact Information

Online Course Fees - $560
(discount available to Allergen Bureau Members).

register now

If you had missed the earlier session, you can still benefit from our interactive and informative training with Jasmine Lacis-Lee.

Register now and join us for this online training by contacting Susan Teo at or (03) 8371 7689.