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#1 Simon

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Posted 09 December 2016 - 05:27 PM

Taking place:

Friday, December 16, 2016 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time
This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenter:

 
Earl Arnold, Subject Matter Expert, Food Defense, AIB International

 
Webinar Overview:

 

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 procedural security countermeasures to mitigate the risk. Learn about common vulnerabilities in food facilities and integrate risk management planning at all levels to safeguard your plant against threats of intentional contamination. After the webinar, you’ll know more about how to: 
 
• Identify hazards 
• Assess the risks 
• Analyze risk control measures 
• Make risk control decisions 
• Implement controls to eliminate the risk 
• Integrate risk management planning at all levels 
• Routinely review vulnerabilities 
 
 
 

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Posted 19 December 2016 - 07:05 AM

Unfortunately most of the chat for this webinar was not recorded.

Its a shame as there were lot's of comments and questions...many of which we were going to follow up with after the webinar.

If you had a question please post it below.

 

Chat logs as recorded.

 

Melissa : We had several questions about if this is the same as IS) 3100
Bob : Excellent presentation...outstanding!
Glen Martinez : in case we have other questions
Jane : Very good presentation although I heard bits of it due to poor audio
Nadeem : in risk management,,talk about Individual carrer..please exolain
ana maria : is this webinnr count for food defence coordinator for aib recertification??
June Ly : just need to click on the reconnect button, the audio and video will re-appear
Teresa : Thank you very much, have a ice weekend and
jose : thanks from atlanta ga
ramzy : tthank you very much
Denis : Thank you
Doris : If we have C-TPAT, can we say that we implement FOOD SECURITY?
Bob : Did have some audio fallouts from time to time
Ahmed : Simmon. Thanks for your v. Good chooice presenter
Alana : Can you address how well GFSI covers the FSMA requirements?
William Houser : thank you very much
Raluca : The operational personnel needs to be trained on food defense basics?
Camilla : Where I live, in Scandinavia, this is not at all discussed. Is it a big issue in all other countries? (We are discussing food fraud a lot, but not food defense at all) 
Glen Martinez : thanks earl
saivishwanathgoud : can we get presentation copy and recording?
gil : Gil thanks for the webinar
Carlos : Thank You and Happy Holidays!
stelios : thank you. is there any p[rovision on food defence for packaging materials?
Susan Woodcox : ALana GFSI is international where FSMA is USA regulated 
Raluca : And if yes, what subjects should be include?
Catalina Kareen : vulnerability assesment plan most be send to FDA? if you are an importer for food to USA?
Francis : Are there other advatntages of doing these excericse
William Houser : How can i get more information on the Jan16-17 Siminar
Rita : Although sifters may take out the FM what about micros or dirt on that FM that may have gotten on the ingredient?
Glen Martinez : Risk Assessment
olayinka alabi : What makes this assessment different from the HACCP plan? How do you correlate both so it does'nt seem to be the same thing
Helena de Guzman : Salamat that was great 
Teresa : Simon and your guests have a Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year
gil : Camiila think Europe lags here
Melissa : Someone also asked if is this same as HACCP
Dave : guidelines for risk management =ISO 3100 may help
Doris : EXCELENT WEBINAR!!!
Ahmed : Iso 30001 is related to risk assessments 
Raluca : Thank you Ryan...any idea on the subjects?
Ahmed : Also 31010 
Christi : We added it to our HACCP program
Doris : C-TPAT= FOOD DEFENSE????
Camilla : Gil, yes. Where are you from? 
Carlos Rosete : Hello again from Portugal.
ramzy : happy new year for all!!!!
Raluca : TY kindly, Susan. May I ask some links?
Melissa : Several people are asking about seminar we can contact the directly at AIB
Loni : should you do this if you are a food container producer 
olayinka alabi : But earl in the PRP programs food defense procedure seem to be adequate for that don't you think so?
Susan Woodcox : Raluca email me swoodcox@redgold.com  
Glen Martinez : what about tamper proo evident tehcnique?
gil : Gil: Camilla I'm in UK
Alana : Makes sense, thanks!
Mohammad : Thank you for presentation.
Glen Martinez : earl I send a number of email to info@aibonline.com but no resposes :(
Lorna : Has the AIB online food defense seminar also been revamped?
William Houser : Is there a difference between food defense plans for packaging and not packing?
Mohammad : Please send the ppt in my email address.
Melissa : We can send answers in a email after this answering all questions. This will be sent out from Simon
Ahmed : Can merging HACCP PLAN WITH VALUNRABILITY ASSESSMENT PLAN
Jacinthe : Thank you for presentation and Merry Christmas at all!
Raluca : Thank you kindly for the answer. 
Michael : Presentation is available on Youtube or IFSQN website
Glen Martinez : earl I send a number of email to info@aibonline.org but no resposes :(
olayinka alabi : Earl, after all the assessment is done what is the consequence for the conclusion? who takes responsibility?
Dave : What are the fundamental differences between TACCP and Vulnerability Assessment methodologies?
Melissa : We can send info directly to them with contact email. 
Catalina Kareen : Merry Chrystmass to all since mexico
Teresa : Happy Christmas and Happy New Year
Melissa : Great! 
Raluca : Thank you!!!
Michael : Same here Teresa
olayinka alabi : Thanks Simon
William Houser : Great Job thank you
Melissa : EARL you did a WONDERFUL job!!! 
olayinka alabi : It was great!
David Levy : Thanks for the very informative presentation!!
Susan Woodcox : Thanks Simn and Earl
olayinka alabi : Earl good job!
Francis : Thank you for discussing training and awreness 
Irina Lyalina : Very interesting information. Thanks!!
Keith : Thanks Simon and Earl!
Dave : Thank you Earl and Simon - Merry Christmas
Hilda : Thank you
Rodrigo : Thank you very much.
Glen Martinez : thanks earl
olayinka alabi : ok
Glen Martinez : thanks simon
Frank : Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Linda Phillips : Thank you very much 
Raluca : Merry Xmas to everyone!!!!
pao : merry christmas
Michael : Thank you Simon 
Hin Wai : Merry Christmas everyone!
Sheila : Happy Holiday's everyone!
anouar : Thank you
Linda Phillips : Happy Holidays all :)
Susan Woodcox : Happy Holidays to you and your families everyone
Wendy : Happy Holidays everyone!
Melissa : We are happy to become a sponsor in 2017 at AIB.

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 08:21 PM

As promised AIB have provided answers to the questions we couldn't get to during the webinar.

 

Download it right here.

 

Answer sheet

 

Cheers,

Simon


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