The Influence of COVID-19 on the Food Industry. An update and Q & A session. Taking Place: Monday, April 27.
Taking Place: Monday, April 27, 2020. 2-3 PM UK, 9-10 AM EST .
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 found here:
An accompanying article can be found here:
Since the webinar, the global pandemic has developed rapidly posing new questions and challenges for the food industry. Additionally, IFSQN has communicated with numerous producers and we have identified new actions that can be implemented including actions connected with the continuity of food safety systems.
Join IFSQN for this webinar to receive a brief update about the influence of COVID-19 on the food industry and an opportunity to submit your questions to our industry expert.
Vladimir Surčinski, Auditor and Trainer
Vladimir Surcinski is a certified Food Safety expert with more than a decade of experience in food safety implementation, training, and auditing. Food safety standards are his focus, additionally with expertise in standards for quality, environmental protection, health and safety, business continuity and risk assessment.
Currently Product Manager Certification & Training Food Standards of Quality Austria where he is also an accredited auditor and trainer with more than 600 audits performed in different industries and more than 1,000 people trained.
Vladimir has a vision for finding new ways to analyse risks in food safety and defining of methods and tools that will be used in food industries. His strategy is to develop and research new topics in food safety, presenting them through webinars, trainings, forums, video blogging and publications.
Vladimir is a Member of the Coordination Board for Serbian Association of Sanitary Engineers and Technicians. He is the founder of #addictedtofoodvlog, the first YouTube video blog about food safety in Serbia.