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Food Safety Fridays Webinars

Webinar recordings from the Food Safety Fridays Program.


How to Prepare for an Unannounced Food Safety Audit

Industry and trade associations have been buzzing for months about how FDA and state food regulatory agencies will implement FSMA’s rules, particularly with the new Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and Preventive Controls rules effective in Septembe...

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Overview of Statistical Process Control (SPC) for the Food Industry

Statistical process control (SPC) is a method to improve or achieve quality control in a manufacturing process. Support productivity and quality improvement in your facility by designing and implementing a customized SPC program. This session will prov...

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3 Requirements for Commitment to Food Safety

You’re committed to food safety but there’s only so much you can do alone. Who takes the lead, when and where? What can you do to support and motivate your bosses, peers and line workers? How will you know they really are committed? In this interactive...

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Allergen Management

Allergen labelling errors and allergen management issues causes the largest number of recalls in North America and the EU. The presentation will looks at the nature of the recalls and the components of the Food Safety Management System that may need at...

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CREEP – Comprehensive Risk Evaluation of Environmental Pathogens

The food industry is expected to deliver food to the public that is free from any amount of Salmonella spp. or Listeria Monocytogenes bacteria. Considering the fact that these pathogens are naturally found in the environment and are potentially present...

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Root Cause Analysis – How it Can Help Your Food Safety Plan

Food facilities have a variety of mechanisms for identifying food safety failures, including customer complaints, self-inspections, audits, and regulatory visits. The key to success is being able to take action to prevent recurrence of these failures,...

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Want to Validate Your Metal Detector, Now What?

Validation is a requirement for any food safety program yet guidance as to how to validate is difficult to find particularly when it comes to validating metal detection systems. We will discuss different validation methods including validating detecti...

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Defining SMART goals in food safety planning

This webinar will cover specific and practical knowledge on how to define clear goals for your company. Especially this webinar will give you inputs on definition of specific food safety goals for your production. Through the presentation you will lear...

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Understanding Food Fraud

Food fraud is a collective term used to encompass the deliberate and intentional substitution, addition, tampering, or misrepresentation of food, food ingredients, or food packaging; or false or misleading statements made about a product, for economic...

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What Is Culture Excellence?

Food manufacturers have been looking for 'Cultural Excellence' for a number of years now, with interest growing from large manufacturers through to retailers and global brands. The purpose of this webinar is to provide you with an overview of C...

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FDA's Sanitary Transport Rule: Who it Applies to and its Impact on the Food Transportation Industry

The FSMA rule on Sanitary transport of human and animal food advances FDA’s effort to protect foods from farm to table by keeping product safe from contamination during transportation. This presentation will discuss the requirements and likely impact f...

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Conducting a vulnerability assessment for intentional contamination

Do you know what risks and weaknesses lie beneath the surface at your food facility? This webinar will help you identify security hazards throughout your operation – from structural flaws to program limitations – so that you can assign physical and pro...

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Training for FSMA’s Food Safety Preventive Controls Compliance: Is it working?

How effective is the training for FSMA’s Preventive Controls for Human Food training in motivating facilities to comply with the requirement for developing and implementing a Food Safety Plan? Based on Level II (follow up surveys with class participant...

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Risk Assessment under BRC

Did you know that the BRC Food Standard refers to risk assessment nearly 100 times, but offers almost no advice on how these risk assessments should be carried out? This presentation offers an extensive analysis of risk assessment under BRC, and it pro...

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Root Cause Analysis, how science can help us with the investigations

It is commonly known that root-cause analysis can be done with tools like the 5 Whys or Cause-and-Effect Analysis. The advantage of using these tools is that we can organize the information found in the investigation more efficiently. But just identify...

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Assessing suppliers through routine and non-routine audits

Most companies have produced guidelines and specific codes of practice which detail the management control system that they expect to find in their suppliers of branded goods. They also define the conditions of the structure and equipment that is neces...

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Trending Root Cause Analysis for Continual Improvement

As part of the continual improvement of a system, root cause analysis is an essential tool. As part of this it is necessary to understand how well any root cause analysis conducted is performing, however, many cannot answer this question for a variety...

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Food Safety Plans, doing the Hazard Analysis right

It is generally suggested that after implementing a list of Good Manufacturing Practices a Process-based food safety plan should be implemented to identify the potential hazards at the various steps, and to determine methods for control. To achieve an...

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Preventive Controls and HACCP

The FDA released their final rules for risk-based preventive controls in September 2015 and compliance dates for some business begin as early as September 2016. As a result, all FDA-registered US food manufacturing facilities as well as facilities loca...

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Effective Food Safety Management System Auditing

Some of the most notorious food safety tragedies happened at sites that had been audited by internal and external auditors. When we read the investigative reports and are exposed to some of the non-conformities found to have led to these incidents, we...

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How to understand and comply with FSSC 22000

FSSC 22000 is fully recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and is based on existing ISO Standards. It demonstrates a company has a robust and effective food safety management system (FSMS) in place to meet the requirements of regulators...

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5 Areas that Influence Commitment to Food Safety

The letter of senior management commitment was signed and filed. But written commitment isn’t enough to have a food safety management system that works. What else does senior management need to do, and how will that influence food safety behavior all t...

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Metal Detection, X-Ray or Both Making the Right Choice

Food and Pharmaceutical product manufacturers have an obligation to comply with industry legislation and regulation. It is necessary to have effective inspection processes in place where there is a clear risk of contamination. The choice of protection...

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HARPC - What You Need to Know!

Do you feel ready for the changes introduced by FSMA regulations? One of these challenges is the introduction of HARPC, which means making specific changes to your HACCP plans. The challenge is not the lack of information, but rather the overwhelming a...

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Food Safety Horizon Scanning: Developments That Could Save Your Business!

If the food you produce is safe, your business is safe. In today’s environment it is critical that you identify and understand all food safety threats on the horizon. Only then can you establish the preventive controls that will keep your business safe...

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