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#1 Simon

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Posted 20 November 2015 - 06:03 PM

File Name: CCPs vs oPRPs: Choosing and Classifying Food Safety Control Measures

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File Submitted: 20 Nov 2015

File Category: Food Safety Fridays


Presentation slides from the Food Safety Fridays webinar conducted by David Rosenblatt, Director of Training and Veterinary Consultant, Sher Consulting and Training, November 20, 2015. You can watch the recorded video here.


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Posted 20 November 2015 - 09:46 PM

Hi,

Silly question sorry, but how long will this file be available for? I need to spend time to up my posts to be able to download it. Thanks


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Posted 21 November 2015 - 02:41 AM

Hi,

Silly question sorry, but how long will this file be available for? I need to spend time to up my posts to be able to download it. Thanks

 

Hi PSI,

 

I anticipate it will shortly be available on U-tube on the IFSQN channel as per previous webinars. Assuming the IFSQN channel is accessible in NZ of course.

 

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https://www.youtube....l7tI1-i21hCBoAA

 

The answer to yr posted query is probably no-limit.


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Posted 21 November 2015 - 06:43 AM

Hi, It is very interesting and informative, but still iam confused on the decision tree to finalize an OPRP. Also for an OPRP what can be the likelihood and significance of the hazard.


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Posted 21 November 2015 - 08:42 AM

Hi, It is very interesting and informative, but still iam confused on the decision tree to finalize an OPRP. Also for an OPRP what can be the likelihood and significance of the hazard.

 

Hi ajeethan,

 

Try this thread - 

 

http://www.ifsqn.com...oprp-selection/

 

Although I tend to avoid decision trees , I personally  prefer the one in Post16 for obvious reasons. :smile: The first one attached may likely be the most popular in the thread but it does have one flaw in that it misses one of the important paragraphs of 7.4.4 (a-g) in the iso22000 standard. (I believe the author was one of the development group of iso22000)

 

PS - Welcome to the Forum :welcome:


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Posted 21 November 2015 - 03:08 PM

Hi,

 

Silly question sorry, but how long will this file be available for? I need to spend time to up my posts to be able to download it. Thanks

 

Charles has linked to the video archive, but I think you are talking about the slides in the files library.  People who register for the webinar get a copy of the slides for free; otherwise they are only available in the files library. All 35 sets of slides are available in the files library from the webinars we've held this year...they stay in the library permanently.

 

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 05:33 AM

Charles has linked to the video archive, but I think you are talking about the slides in the files library.  People who register for the webinar get a copy of the slides for free; otherwise they are only available in the files library. All 35 sets of slides are available in the files library from the webinars we've held this year...they stay in the library permanently.

 

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Hi,

 

I was wondering why I have not received slide copies of seminars I have registered for.


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Posted 23 November 2015 - 07:01 AM

Hi,

 

I was wondering why I have not received slide copies of seminars I have registered for.

 

We always send an email after each webinar with the slides, so there are only two possible reasons why you may not have been receiving them.  Firstly your system could be flagging our emails as spam..take a look in your spam folder to check.  Or you may have unsubscribed from receiving emails from us in the past.  If this is the case then I can check and resubscribe you.  Is the email address for your forums account the same on as you use to register for webinars?

 

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 11:29 AM

We always send an email after each webinar with the slides, so there are only two possible reasons why you may not have been receiving them.  Firstly your system could be flagging our emails as spam..take a look in your spam folder to check.  Or you may have unsubscribed from receiving emails from us in the past.  If this is the case then I can check and resubscribe you.  Is the email address for your forums account the same on as you use to register for webinars?

 

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Hi, Simon,

 

Thanks for your reply. Yes, I am using the same email address for the forums and webinars. I already checked my spam folder and did not see the webinar copy.

 

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 11:37 AM

Hi, Simon,

 

Thanks for your reply. Yes, I am using the same email address for the forums and webinars. I already checked my spam folder and did not see the webinar copy.

 

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Well I just checked and as you can see from the attachment you are receiving and interacting with some of the emails we send you.  According to the system you have the latest one in your inbox, but have not yet clicked any links in it.  Is it in your inbox?

 

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