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5 Upcoming Food Safety Webinars You Won’t Want to Miss

In Food Safety by Melissa Schmitz0 Comments

Food safety is one of the most important issues in the food industry today. And between FSMA and increased FDA inspections, you can’t afford to let your efforts slip. These five upcoming webinars will help you get up to speed on the latest in food safety. Best of all, they’re all free.  

Drop the Mop! from Food Safety Tech

A panel of five experts will share strategies for managing condensation while cleaning your cold food processing facility. Get ready to learn about intermittent vs. continuous condensation, new methods for controlling it, increasing productivity, saving money, and eliminating manual intervention.

  • Who: Jayne Stratton – University of Nebraska, Steven Tsuyuki – Maple Leaf Foods, Karl Thorson – General Mills, Paul Metzler – Smithfield Foods,  Steve Swanson – 3M Corporate Research Materials Laboratory
  • When: Thursday, February 23, 1 pm to 2 pm ET
  • Who should attend: Plant managers, sanitation and hygiene managers, QA/QC managers, lab managers, purchasing

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FSMA and Pathogen Environmental Monitoring from Food Safety Guides

Learn about the Preventive Controls Rule and what to do if the RTE food you process gets exposed to the environment before packaging. Topics include compliance, swabbing, and strategies for responding to presumptive positives.   

  • Who: Melissa Calicchia – Food Microbiological Laboratories
  • When: Wednesday, March 1, 1 pm to 2 pm ET
  • Who should attend: Managers of RTE food processing facilities

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Root Cause Analysis – How It Can Help Your Food Safety Plan from IFSQN

Your facility already has processes in place for identifying food safety failures. Find out how to prevent them by identifying and analyzing root causes.   

  • Who: Len Steed – AIB International
  • When: Friday, March 3, 10 am to 11 am ET
  • Who should attend: Plant managers, sanitation and hygiene managers

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Food Safety: Designing for Reliability in Harsh Environments from Food Processing

There are two types of approaches for dealing with a food recall: proactive and reactive. Watch to learn about current and future status of F&B, NSF International certifications and zone ratings, and steps to consider to improve the safety of your food products.

  • Who: Mark Gmitro – Baldor Electric Company, Dave Fusaro – Food Processing
  • When: Thursday, April 27
  • Who should attend: Sanitation and hygiene managers, plant managers

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Top Violations Found in Mock FDA Inspections by Trace Gains

Using case studies from mock FDA inspections, this webinar will teach you how to “talk the talk” during an FDA inspection, how to select a point person for the inspection, and how to inspect your facility the same way an FDA inspector would.  

  • Who: Len Steed – AIB International
  • When: Thursday, March 16, 12 pm to 1 pm ET
  • Who should attend: Plant managers, sanitation and hygiene managers, workers who prepare for and are present during inspections

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