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Food Safety Fridays Webinars

Webinar recordings from the Food Safety Fridays Program.


Adulteration, Misbranding and Food Fraud

Adulteration, misbranding and food fraud each continue to be significant problems for the U.S. food industry. While many of these errors are unintentional, some are done to intentionally deceive consumers. These issues are not only economically decepti...

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Validation of Microbiological Control Measures

This presentation aims to provide a clear definition of the concept of validation, distinguish it from the closely related requirement for verification and illustrate strategies to complete this regulatory requirement. Emphasis will be given to the int...

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Increasing safety and quality through non-certification assessments

Real examples of supply chain management from food and beverage companies: regulatory, assessments, GMP, etc. prior to certification will be reviewed. Thomas Paraboschi, DNV GL’s Supply Chain and Digital Assurance Services manager, and Bill Bremer, Pri...

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Integrating Management Systems for Food Businesses

ISO Annex L requires individual management systems to require a High Level Structure. In response, more often modern businesses are seeking to create a seamless compliance management framework that unifies disparate compliance Management Systems from F...

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Differences in food fraud between the U.S. and Europe

Food Fraud is a complicated and ongoing issue for the global food supply. In this presentation, we will identify what food fraud is and the types of food fraud that should be considered in regards to food safety. Examples of food fraud cases from vario...

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A review of the main requirements of the IFS Logistics Standard

IFS Logistic is certification scheme similar to IFS Food, but same is intended for companies that are dealing with the warehousing, storage, logistic, distribution and also wholesale. This webinar will help you understand what are the main requirements...

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Critical Control Points - using compressed air testing to monitor risks

Customer Service and Sales manager, Erin Zimmerman, will lead a deep dive into compressed air critical control points. CCPs are steps where control can be applied to prevent food safety hazards. In this webinar, attendees will gain a deeper understandi...

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An Overview of FSSC 22000 V. 5

The FSSC Foundation published version 5 of their standard in May 2019. This new version of the scheme has been issued to primarily include the new ISO22000:2018 as well as to simplify and clarify some points from the previous version. A key change with...

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Food process improvement using Statistical Process Control (SPC)

Hidden in the ocean of data collected by most food businesses, is a wealth of opportunity to control and improve processes. Food processes, like all other processes, are subject to variation. Whether we are talking about temperature, time, pressure, pH...

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How To Handle Product Inspection Rejects

We often rely on equipment within the production environment to identify and reject non-conforming products. Ensuring these rejected items are properly handled is a critical aspect of a good Product Inspection Program. Non-conforming items should be ha...

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Managing Traceability and Recalls: Are You Prepared?

The FDA expects that a company will make every effort to remove unsafe food from the marketplace in the shortest time possible. The completion of a successful recall requires disciplined execution using reliable information on the raw materials, distri...

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The Influence of COVID-19 on the Food Industry. An IFSQN update and Q & A session.

Last month IFSQN conducted a webinar on the influence of COVID-19 on the food industry where we proposed 4 preventive steps and 1 recovery step that can be implemented by industry during the coronavirus pandemic.

The webinar recording can be...

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How to analyse risks in the new ISO 22000:2018

The new version of ISO 22000 is active and we have time to transfer our food safety management systems to the new versions by June 2021. Those who started the transfer or implementation to the new version noted that there are now hazards (operational o...

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Developing and Leading an Effective Food Safety Team

Food safety professionals are expected to manage food safety teams. Establishing a multidisciplinary food safety team is one of the first steps to take before developing a HACCP plan. An ongoing team is useful for effective implementation of a food saf...

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The Influence of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the Food Industry

Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic the IFSQN team have prepared a special webinar for the food industry. In this webinar we will discuss known data about the virus, general steps of prevention and continuity of operations in your food production...

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FSSC Development Program for SMEs

In many parts of the world we see the growing importance of small and medium sized organizations (SMEs) in the food supply chain. To support these organizations in working towards the supply of safe food, the Foundation FSSC 22000 offers the FSSC Devel...

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Lowering costs through water and energy conservation for food and beverage manufacturers

Today, the questions of energy and water preservation and CO2 emissions are most vital as ever. Investors, pushed by public demand, are wary investing into companies that are not conscious about pollution and consumption of resources for production of...

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How to protect yourself with doing documentation right

This webinar will include the legal aspects of preparing food safety and quality documentation in the right way from the start. It will cover the proper progression of developing documented programs correctly and the related information management requ...

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Understanding High Risk and High Care areas

Where a site handles product susceptible to pathogen contamination, it is vital to understand the risks and implement effective controls that minimise this potential contamination. The terms ‘high-risk’ and ‘high-care’ define areas where chilled or fro...

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What’s Really in Your Food

FSMA requires food manufacturers to conduct a hazard analysis of their ingredients, process, and products. In addition, a formal supplier verification program also is a FSMA requirement. In times long past, ingredients of animal origin were thought to...

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FDA Intentional Adulteration Inspections – What to Expect and How to Prepare

FDA plans to conduct inspections on the Intentional Adulteration requirements for larger food production facilities beginning in March 2020 and in the same manner they did with other FSMA requirements, educating as the regulate. Additionally, they say...

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Ensuring brands are protected when making consumer-facing plant-based claims

The popularity of plant-based foods is gathering momentum and reflects a change in eating habits in regard to environmental, ethical and health concerns among consumers. One in ten food products launched in 2018 in Europe had a vegan or plant-based cla...

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Wet Cleaning and CIP

This webinar will define basic wet cleaning and CIP cleaning for food plants. Learn the importance of wet cleaning and CIP for an effective cleaning program based on equipment, processes, and products. Identify common cleaning issues and understand the...

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Sanitary Design: A Proactive Approach to Food Safety

Do you know the last time you reviewed your sanitary design standards? Was it when a food safety failure occurred in your plant? A customer complaint? Or an audit/inspection finding was brought to your attention?

For food safety to evolve in...

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Integrated Pest Management for Food Plants

This course will define Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and provide a practical approach on how to effectively manage pests in your facility. Learn the importance of pest biology and behaviors, as well as, the roles of the pest management professional...

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