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Food Safety Plans, doing the Hazard Analysis right.

in Food Safety Fridays Webinars
Added by Simon, 09 Jan 2016


Taking place 22 Jul 2016 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (Single Day Event)

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Webinar Description

It is generally suggested that after implementing a list of Good Manufacturing Practices a Process-based food safety plan should be implemented to identify the potential hazards at the various steps, and to determine methods for control. To achieve an effective management of the hazards they need to be clearly understood, and this is not always achieved. The idea of this webinar is to review the various food safety hazards in more detail using a classification rationale, and to discuss tools that can assist in the completion of this task more effectively.

Cost of Attendance: Free



Webinar Presenter

Speaker Bio:
Oscar Rodriguez Gonzalez is an entrepreneur who manages Rodriguez-Gonzalez Services Corp, where he leads projects in four areas: innovation, teaching, advising and auditing. He is a Professional Agrologist, Certified Food Scientist, Certified Quality Engineer, Sustainability Associate and has obtained a PhD in Food Science from the University of Guelph and an MSc in Biological and Agricultural Engineering from Texas A&M University.


His recent projects include: teaching in a Quality Engineering program, conducting Audits in Food Safety Management Systems by contract, and managing the performance and innovation of an Automated Vending network that offers healthy foods. He is also the designated-chair for the IFT Quality Assurance Division, and active in most of the professional organizations he is a member (ASQ, ISSP, OIA).
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Oscar Rodriguez-Gonzalez
PhD, PAg, CFS, ASQ-CQE, ISSP-SA
Rodriguez-Gonzalez Services Corp.

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