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Posted 01 September 2017 - 04:52 PM

Training Employees on Food Safety and Quality

 

Taking place:

Friday, September 08, 2017 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time

This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenter:

Earl Arnold, Quality Assurance Manager for Food Defense and FSMA , AIB International
 

Webinar Overview:

Ensure that your entire team is on the same page when it involves Food Safety and Quality. Having a good training plan is essential to your overall operation. This webinar will review several food safety programs and make sure your QA technicians, maintenance crew, line workers, temporary workers, and hourly personnel are all working together when it comes to safety and training in your workplace. 
 
 

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Posted 08 September 2017 - 06:39 PM

Chat logs from today's webinar:

 

Jan Jackson : Good morning!
Paul : Good morning from East Lansing, MI!
Dennis : Good Morning from California
frank : Good Morning from New Mexico
Jim : Hello from Clchester
bob : hi from south new jersey
Rajesh Mistry : Good Morning from Toronto, Canada !!!
patricia : Patricia , Good morning 
Muhammad : good afternoon from Egypt 
Houman : Hi from YYC
Yehia : Hello from Cairo, Egypt
Dawn : Good Afternoon from Northamptonshire in the UK
Bill : Good Morning from Seattle!
Marina : Good Morning - From Wisconsin
Brian : Greetings from sunny Southern Minnesota
Preetam : Hi Good morning
Kim : Hello from Newfoundland, Canada
mahmoud : hi
Emmanuel : Good afternoon from Accra Ghana
Judith Hutchinson : Good afternoon from Sunderland
Odette : Good morning from Jamaica
Pamela Gudex : Good Morning from Wisconsin
Caro : Greeting from Texas!
Vidhi : Good Afternoon from London 
Salima : good morning from Canada
Hortense : Good afternoon from portugal
Cristina Buffa : Hi Cristina Buffa  from Argentina
charissa : Good morning from Guyana
Mathew : Good Morning from St. Louis
Albert Bacasong : Nihao from China
Johanna Siwala : Good evening from the Philippines
Nicole : Hello from VA
Waleed ali : Good afternoon
Morad : Hi morad from egypt
Aimee : Good morning from Colorado Springs!
Christi : Good Morning from Minnesota
Omar KSIBI : Good afternoon from Sfax, Tunisia
AbdulRahman : Good afternoon from Dubai
Manar : Hello from Egypt 
Todd : Mornin".  - Todd from North Jersey
Derrick Vanuton : Good morining from Guyana 
Jonathan : Good Morning all from South Carolina
Eb : Hello, from Brazil
Eng/yasmin : Hi from egypt
Mayer Magdy : Good Morning from Egypt
Kerry : Good Morning from Kansas!
Islam : Hello from csiro egypt 
Ramon : Ramon Vera Los Angeles CA
victor mendoza : victor mendoza
dominic : dominic frfom south africa
Saul Llamas : Good morning from Oregon
Kunyi Jiang : Good Morning from Canada
Jane : Hi everyone and greetings from Lagos
Abdelrahman : Hi, Good day, evyptian
Adrienne : Hello from New Jersey
Jema : Hello from Lagos Nigeria
April Miller : Good morning
Liz : Good Monring from Vancouver!
Georgia : good morning
Simone : Hello from Germany
Ihsan : Hi ihsan from Jordan 
Elizabeth : hello from Canada 
Prathna : Hello from South Africa :)
Christopher : Good Morning from Pennsylvania 
Ana Dema : Good Afternoon from South Africa
Michael : hi
Jennifer : Good morning from Idaho 
Hera : Hello from London!
christine : Wisconsin!  Go Pack Go!
Susana : Hello from Portugal
heather : Hello from Ohio
enrique : Hi from Alsip Illinois
Dawn Allwein : Hello from PA
Henry : Good Morning Baltimore Maryland
Dana : Hi from NB Canada
David Levy : Shalom everybody from Israel!!!
Rebecca : hello from wales
YOUSSEF : Hi from Egypt
Tara : Hello from OHIO!!
mahmoud : hiiammahmoudfrom egypt
Kameel : Hi from NH
ANTONELLA MARANO : Buon pomeriggio dall'Italia
GUS : Gus;
Jacinthe : hello from Quebec, canada
ATCHARAPORN KHOOMTONG : hi from thailand
Maggie : Hello from Tennessee, United States
Sophie : Hello from London
vimala : Hello from Toronto
Dao : Hi from Vietnam
Adrienne : Did you fare the hurricane
Bria : Hometown! Awesome!
olga : HI, from Puerto Rico
victor mendoza : victor mendoza from alsip illinois USA
Rose Leah : Hi from Marshall Island
Christopher : Hey dere - from Wisconsin
Adebola : Hello from Maryland, US
GUS : Gus
Angie : Hello from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Ossama Ismail : Hi; Good After noon , Ossama Ismail , Egypt , Cairo
omar elshebli : hi from jordan
Nena : Hello from NB Canada
Camille : Hi from Jamaica :)
Stephen : Howdy from Texas
Maggie : Olga, Did you survive HUrrican Irma in Puerto Rico with no damage?
Tausi Abdul Mkalimoto : Has it started? What should i see?
Natalie Garritano : hello from pittsburgh pennsylvania
June Ly : Good Morning from Ontario Canada
Bruce : Bruce Johnson Green Bay WI.
Piki : Good Morning!
Emmanuel Ani : Emmanuel Ani from Lagos Nigeria.
NEDA : hi from Canada
Katie : Good morning!
Rachel Ellis : Good Morning from North Carolina
Abdallah : Hi, Abdallah from egypt
Natalie Garritano : training is putting what you learn into practice
Vivian : Training: Hands-on, practical. Education: Theory.
Adrienne : Short term versus long term
detall@alpharho.com : apply training 
Ossama Ismail : Training output are : Skills : Ability to Apply
James : Training is specific while education is more general
Vidhi : Training more physical applications Education more theoretical 
Jacinthe : Education is the basement of the trainng
Houman : education=knowledge _training= skill 
maddie : training is learning how to do someting. Education is understanding why we do it.
Caro : another texan here 
demetri : trainig is giving education
Lisa : Training is specific to the plant and process; education is a broader scope of knowledge
CHRISTY GREEN : Good morning from Jackson, TN.
Dawn : Education requires the staff member to use his training
Emily : Training = in house, education 3rd party.
Fred : training is learn to do a task and education is egtting knowledge
Nathan : Hello from Salt Lake City Utah
Paul : Education happens all the time. Training refers to specific sessions
Evans : Training is acquired over the course of one's experiences
Rajesh : Training - Hands on, Education - in class
AbdulRahman : Training refers to an act of inculcating specific skills in a person. Education is all about gaining theoretical knowledge
Nicola : Training is more job specific and pratical 
Todd : Training is more job specific
James : Training is giving information; Education is fostering learning
Maggie : Training is just the exchange of knowledge from one person to another.  Education is  that a person is actually invested in their continual advancement
Ossama Ismail : Education : Awareness of Knowledge , Information & Concepts 
David : Good Morning from Philadelphia, PA
Patricia : `Hello from Jamaica
Dannyd : Training is application.  Education is knowledge
Kameel : Training is hands on, education is knowledge
Prathna : training is more practical, education more theoretical
Ramon : Education does not necessarily means you are trained. 
Anita : Not receiving video or audio ?
Christopher : Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is really a fruit.
Kevin : training is hands on application of the duties to be  performed
Sophie : Education: theory - Training: praitcal knowledge
Bria : Education lays the foundation for training , especially when training is specific
Mahomela Mphaho : Training is more practical
dominic : training  is selling information on doing to the student
Christopher : Wisdom is knowing that you don't use tomatoes in fruit salad.
Anastasiia : I have not viseo and audio. Do you?
Zoe : Training - on the spot information Education - aquired knowledge
Michael : Good Morning from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Mahomela Mphaho : Education is more theoretical
Dionne Mills : training competence and skill development. education formal process
Heidi : not getting any video or audio
Amanda : I also have no video or audio
Simon Timperley : If youtube is blocked in your business then you cannot watch.
Emmanuel Ani : Education is theory,training is practical.
Mark N : Education tends to be more broad stroke. Training is more specific to the task at hand.
audrey : training is how to use what you learn in education
Abdallah : Training  to exchange knowledge and competency
Sue : Good morning from Appleton WI
Alyssa : Try a different browser like Chrome
charissa : training- how to do an activity.  education - knowledge based but may not include training (application)
Daniel : Good morning from Lancaster, PA
Pam Jordan : Not getting audio or Video
Simon Timperley : Google chrome or firefox is best to watch. Also try to refresh your browser
Vickie : buffering
Anita : I have participated in many of these, today, nothing?
Eng/yasmin : Training is practical but education is theory 
Christopher : Bye.  Youtube is blocked.
Sherry : Not getting any audio or video
David Levy : There is metallic noise while Mr. Earl is speaking
rachel Ellis : Can not connect
Mahmoud : how to train uneducated staff on principles of HACCP and GMPs?
dale : Hello
Jane : Education is your qualification and training helps you apply the knowlegde to your job
David : I am unable to get audio or video
Bruce Johnson : Bruce Johnson Green Bay
Nila Chua : Good Morning from Toronto.
Bruce Johnson : use Google Chrome
Shekhar : Unable to connect audio 
Georgia : try the link in google chrome instead of the internet explorer
Simon Timperley : Google chrome or firefox is best to watch. Also try to refresh your browser
dale : unable to get video
dale : or audio
Simon Timperley : can you see my comment below
Saul Llamas : Is anybody getting any feed?  video or audio?
Anita : still no audio or video ??
BK : no audio or video
Simon Timperley : Google chrome or firefox is best to watch. Also try to refresh your browser
Ivar P Brandt : No signal, viseo nor audio, bye!
Simon Timperley : If youtube is blocked in your business then you cannot watch.
David : doesn't want to work see you at another webinar if it works then
Salawu hammed abolaji : What's food safety
Shekhar : Dnt know if I am online or not
Ossama Ismail : Mahmoud : Using Food Safety / Quality Posters to Train uneducated people : http://foodfirst.aib...afety-posters/ 
Dennis Grayson : Hello All. Hi Simon, Hi Earl. From Champaign,, Illinois, USA
Riley : i am not seeing the presentation..
anita : got it...used Google chrome
Phillip : I had to copy and paste the webinar link into the google chrome.  It did not work otherwise
Ossama Ismail : Food safety is a scientific discipline describing handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent foodborne illness. This includes a number of routines that should be followed to avoid potential health hazards.
Salima : Use Google Chrome to connect
Ossama Ismail : FDA / FSMA  Current Good Manufacturing Practice, Hazard Analysis, and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Food (21 CFR Part 117): Guidance for Industry Small Entity Compliance Guide  : https://www.fda.gov/...n/UCM526507.pdf
Ossama Ismail : Ramification : a complex or unwelcome consequence of an action or event.
Zoe : We refresher train every 3 years and annually for CCPs
Ehsan : BRC is annual, no need to more than one year
Liz : What is an acceptable training for non CCP requirements?
mahmoud : good
Liz : Training records and electronic traiing matrix
James : management committment
JWinkelman : Would you recommend refresher courses yearly?
Salima : committment
demetri : alchemy
Emmanuel : Work instructions and procedures
Ramon : Records...records
Emily : Your Procedures, Policys & SOPs
Paul : Training logs and management buy-in
Todd : with on the job training, besides a sign in sheet... do you need to creat a outline of material?
dominic : what types of trainings can you give low level food handlers
sandra : definitely management committment
Dawn : Senior Management Commitment
Rajesh : Records
Iryna Dyachenko : management commitment 
Judith Hutchinson : commitment, resources, skills analysis
Rachel Ellis : training electronic read sign off
Houman : resources: time allocated
Evans : The requirements of the Management systems and Management concern
DAVID CHETTY : SOP
Fahad : work instructions, procedures, policies
Houman : management support
Muhammad : Management 
Adrienne : GMP's
Angie : training videos
June Ly : GMP; CCP; HACCP training; Course training; Prerequisite program training and more
maddie : Are assessments/ quizzes based on the training overkill?
Masesi : sop
Vivian : Senior Management Commitment, regulatory requirements.
Bruce Johnson : SSOP Training sign in sheets
Rebecca : we have a training matrix with supporting documments
Mayer Magdy : Managments
Ehab Nassar : Pictures
Kim : management commitment, SOPs, Time
Ehsan : SOPs
Dannyd : Records, documentation
Rachel Ellis : new hire training
NINFA BUCKNER : We have refreshment training every year. 
Abdallah : Annual refreshing 
Daniel : training documentation
Ihsan : Resources 
James : Time to provide the training; Inspections/follow up
Zoe : Senior commitment and resources
Ehsan : Induction training
Emmanuel Ani : Standard opeartion procedures-SOP's
aaron feeney : records, work instructions, and traimning presentations
Ossama Ismail : Food Safety Policy & Objectives
mary claire lozarita : records ccp
Henry : training matrix
Gerhard : work instructions
Emmanuel : company policies
Kameel : All employees are required to be trained and training evidence documented
Tausi Abdul Mkalimoto : Hi, please I can't see the training though I have logged through Google Chrome
Mahomela Mphaho : work instructions and standard operating procedures
Simon Timperley : Is youtube blocked for you Tausi?
Tausi Abdul Mkalimoto : Yes YT is blocked
Shekhar : Thanks ossama for the link
Hany : What is the difference between CCP and OPRP
Rita : FSMA requires you keep records for three years. We keep an electronic record of all training with the employees name and date. Do I need to keep the quizes and other signed training sheets or is the electronic record enough?
Evans : What would you recommend for training the business leadership on importance of food safety and GMPs
sonam : Unable to connect 
Ossama Ismail : oPRP البرامج التحضيرية للتشغيل Not adopted by BRC : unique for ISO 22000 / FSSC 22000 Operational Prerequisite Program  That manages those control measure that the hazard analysis identifies as necessary to control identified hazard to acceptable levels and which are not controlled by HACCP PLAN. Id
Todd : besides a sign in sheet for on the job training, do you need to create an outline of the material covered?
Ossama Ismail : CCP / HACCP PLANنقطة سيطرة حرجة  Critical Control Point A step at which control can be applied and is essential to prevent or eliminate or minimize  a food safety hazard or reduce it to an acceptable level. Managing those control measures that the hazard analysis identifies as necessary to control i
Tausi Abdul Mkalimoto : Will this be available for download afterward?
Simon Timperley : yes
Tausi Abdul Mkalimoto : Kindly supply the link? I simply cannot see or hear anything.
SARA : What would you do if your senior management doesn't follow GMP even though they have been told what they should do?
Maggie : Evans, without a doubt!
Eng/yasmin : What is the difference between : Haccp , Vaccp , Taccp?
Sarah : Sara, We have one of those!! We have a General Manager who doesn't understand FW, GMP or Allergens!!!
Tausi Abdul Mkalimoto : Will the download link be made available afterward?
Simon Timperley : yes tausi
James : You said must was changed TO shall, the slide says Must INSTEAD of shal
Bruce : James. the slide was right
Simon Timperley : must is stronger than shall
Tausi Abdul Mkalimoto : If the YT not blocked would I be able to access the live training?
Ehsan : what is the proper frequency for contractor if they are not new on our site to ask to fill the medical quests?
Michael : Ehsan, usually if they have been abroad or been ill recently you ask them to complete again
Judith Hutchinson : Ehsan every time they are on site
Simon Timperley : if YT is not blocked you should be able to watch live
Camille : What are your thoughts about the gardeners eating in the same canteen as the food handlers? Should we separate them
Simon Timperley : use google chtom or firefox browser
Simon Timperley : google chrome
Alyssa : on our recent audit, we were told that we must utilize "food grade" laundry detergent on smocks.  Does anyone know of such a thing?
Ehsan : everyday filling a long form will be bothering
Mahomela Mphaho : what are CPPs?
Judith Hutchinson : Camille, how about getting your food handlers to change before they go into the canteen and for the gardenres to also change?
Gerhard : CCP?
Ossama Ismail : Evans Reply to your Q. : Executive Leadership in Food Safety (ELFS) Program  
Angie : CCP - Critical control points identified in hazard analysis (HACCP)
Bruce : CCP = Critical Control Point
Camille : Thanks Judith. Sometimes there's resistance.  But we'll enforce
Dana : our employees are required to remove their uniform lab coats before entering cafeterias and washrooms.
Angie : Hazards could be biological, physical, or chemical
Bruce : don't forget radionuclides
Ehsan : we have to record maintenance as well
Camille : Is there an assessment tool for identifying food grade sanitizers? We normally have to rely on the suppliers to tell us if it's food grade
Michael : Thats the problem of trying to prove food grade cleaning chemicals
Rita : camille,
Angie : There should be a CFIA, FDA or government approved chemical to be food safe. Your supplier should provide a letter proving this
Ossama Ismail : Alyssa : Allowed Detergents and Sanitizers for Food Contact Surfaces and Equipment  https://www.ams.usda...INAL RGK V2.pdf
Michael : We have a product callled Evans Lift and alot of companies use it, it states for use in food manufacturing but there is nothing stating its foodsafe
Dao : thanks for your file, Ossama Ismail.
Camille : Thanks very much 
dominic : is lipstick allowed on in the production room
Rita : Camille, I use a document called NSF registered products. You can find it online
Camille : Thanks Rita
Eng/yasmin : Audio was stopped?
Eng/yasmin : I have problems with audio?
Michael : refresh
Simon Timperley : ctrl F5
Elizabeth : No, audio is OK for me 
Eng/yasmin : Thanx
Morad : Very good dr osama
Christine : What temp should the water be? in Fahrenheit
dominic : 40degress celcius
Ehsan : Transport it is a BRC Requirement
Todd : When it comes to On the Job Training… you mentioned having a sign in sheet.  My question is “ Do you need to create some type of outline of course material or something that indicates what was covered?â€
Dawn : TIPS FOR TRAINING RESISTANT STAFF PLEASE
Vanda : Great training today! Thank you!
Tausi Abdul Mkalimoto : Sir I am just in my computer please waiting for the  link to upload the presentation please .
Houman : How often  we need to do training? 
Vanessa : Will a link to the presentation be sent out after the webinar?
Bria : Awesome information, shared and will share information with my suppliers.
Evans : well delivered....easy listening.
Maggie : Houman, at hire and a minimum of annually therafter
Ossama Ismail : http://www.reckittpr...nal.com/custNSF Category Codes and Definitionsomer_services/info_bulletins/8-4.pdf    
Emmanuel Ani : Whats the freequency of trainng in organisation?
Kevin : Thank you!
Mahmoud : TIPS FOR TRAINING RESISTANT STAFF PLEASE and UnEducated Staff?
Adrienne : Our training coordinator has it in the heading on the sign in sheet to show what was gone over.
Gerhard : how serious is FSQ in the packaging supply industry as should all packaging not be sanitised before use?
Jan Jackson : There was so much good information in this presentation.  Thank you!
Adolfo : hi
Houman : what are best practices for evaluating  training effectiveness ?
Ossama Ismail : NSF Category Codes and Definitions     http://www.reckittpr...letins/8-4.pdf 
Mark N : We require the trainer to administer a small quiz as well
Rajesh : Great presentation, knowledge. Thanks for sharing.
Judith Hutchinson : Houman, that would be a great idea for another seminar!
Shekhar : Is sanitisation documents necessary?
Simon Timperley : yes vanessa
Kamran : does FDA consider food packaging manufacturers as food companies in terms of compliance to GMPs
Maggie : I will have to disagree with the speaker as to GFSI requirements with regard to training.  BRC does not require a test for training.
Dennis :  Shekhar..Yes, sanitation documentation is very important
Rachel Ellis : One of the best webinar training I have attended!  Thanks!
Daniela : thanks - well done
Adrienne : Is retraining at least once a  year sufficient?
AbdulRahman : Are there standard training presentations that can be used for food safety training ?
Kamran : does FDA consider food packaging manufacturers as food companies in terms of compliance to GMPs
Rita : How long do you keep paper records like quizes and sign off sheets? Do you need to keep them if there's electornic records with employees name and date training occurred?
Christine : Yes Kamran
Ossama Ismail : For Resistant staff : do VARK Questionaire for them to know best Learning Style : http://vark-learn.co...-questionnaire/  
Jane : Thank you Earl. Great presentation!
SARA : What if the person that doesn't want to change is the owner?
Hortense : I have learned a lot! Thank you
manqoba : What training background does the facilitator of the training
Christine : training for general topics like GMP should be done upon hire, annually and as needed
Alyssa : thank you Ossama
Ossama Ismail : VARK : training / Learning Styles avilable in many languages including Arabic      http://vark-learn.com/home-arabic/
olga : We only warehouse and distribute.  Do we need to have a safety plan including the n/a areas or are we in compliance in having SOP's related to the food safety requirements for our industry?
robin : good morning all. At last got through by changing browser. r
Rajesh : How do GMP requirements differ between a manufacturer vs warehousing only facility ?
Ossama Ismail : manqoba : TOT : Train the Trainer certificate + HACCP + ISO 22000 / FSSC 22000
Mahomela Mphaho : We only warehouse and distribute. Do we need to have a safety plan including the n/a areas or are we in compliance in having SOP's related to the food safety requirements for our industry?
manqoba : What training background does the facilitator of the training need to have?
Bria : sara i was just at a small facility that  had this challenge. I stuck it out for a little over two years and tried numerous ways of getting buy in. Ultimately some program was made but at the end of the day I am not there anymore
manqoba : Thanks Ossama
Bria : **Ultimately some progress
Katrin Laikoja : Aitäh! /thank you, Ossama!
Jeremy : Should staff that do not enter the plant (Sales, Purchasing, Billing.....) receiving training Food Safety and Quality training?
Dao : How to have a good food safety performing after training?
Gerhard : how serious is FSQ in the packaging supply industry as should all packaging not be sanitised before use?
Ehsan : is the site security applied to food safety? how?
Eng/yasmin : What the difference between Haccp , Vaccp and Taccp?
Ayman : Is training staff on food safety and hygiene affect the food safety culture ?? if so  .. can you  provide me with some references on this era? 
Sherry : What are some good topics to address in HACCP meeting?
Gerhard : DAO - Job observations
Gerhard : Glass supply?
Rita : do we need to keep paper records longer than three years as required by FSMA, if there is an electronic record with just names and dates of training.
Piki : My receivers and shippers get the annual refresher training on food defense, GMP, and company specific policies.  A  job specific training is not provided.  Will the annual refresher training on policies cover the requirement of a Qualified Individual?
Donna : Do you do a webinar on Performing management reviews??
charity : I thought this started at 11 est?
Ehsan : Is the site security training allies to food safety?
Bryan : For packaging food safety, see FSSC 22000 Part 4.
Dao : Thanks Gerhard. 
Stephen : Stephen Skinner thanks 
Adrienne : Check training effectiveness
Mahmoud : Thanks
maddie : educate every person in the facility, not just the production staff. thank you!
Alyssa : follow-up hands on audit of training
manqoba : Create training material to cover training and education.
Bryan : Earl, thanks fro an excellent presentation.
Mathew : Thanks
Kunyi Jiang : Thank you
Elizabeth : Thank you very much
Rachel Ellis : check training refresher
anita : Well done !!
Sherry : Thank you!
Raluca : THANK YOU :)
Anggoro : Thanks
Todd : Thanks you!!!!!  Great Webinar
Natalie Garritano : training maintenance and designating tools to not cross contanimate
Adrienne : Thank you stay safe in Texas
manqoba : Thank you for the awesome presentation
Dennis Grayson : Thanks Earl. 
Angie : Thank you for the great webinar! Look forward to more training.
Monika : Thank you very much, it was great 
Eb : Tks!!
Rebecca : thank you so much
Emmanuel : thanks a lot
Mayer Magdy : thank you
Jennifer : Thank you! Very informative webinar
Bria : Thanks, enjoy my city for me!
June Ly : Thank you for thorough webinare
Nathan : Thank you gentlemen! Was very informative.
Mark N : Re-focus on training for supervisors. Thank you!
Panagiotis Lekkas : thank you 
Dao : Thank a lot.
Stephanie Boland : Thank you Simon and Earl and GO HAWKS :)
NEDA : thank you for the great webinar
Iryna Dyachenko : it was very informative, thank you very much!
Mark : Thanks!
Riley : thank you.
Jacinthe : Thanks!
Paul : Thank you all
Ihsan : Great presentation thanks 

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