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Preventive Maintenance – How is it related to Food Safety

in Food Safety Fridays Webinars
Added by Simon, 11 Feb 2018

Taking place 26 Apr 2019 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (Single Day Event)


Webinar Description

Preventive Maintenance is a must to have Pre-Requisite Program if you want to be certified under a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) standard. However, a Preventive Maintenace Program is much more than a requirement. Proper maintained equipment allows that the plant runs smoothly, which creates cost savings in the long run. It also prevents equipment from becoming a source for the introduction of hazards due to the lack of of performance (i.e. not achieving operational limits that prevent from falling below critical limits) or integrity (i.e. source of metal shavings) This seminar will focus on describing the properties of a Preventive Maintenance Program and how they relate to the maintenance of Food Safety.

Cost of Attendance: $Free

Webinar Presenter

Speaker Bio:
Radojka has over 18 years of experience in Quality and Food Saety. As nn experienced leader in quality assurance, food safety management and training, Radojka possesses extensive knowledge of ISO and GFSI standards including ISO 18001 and 14001, SQF and FSSC 22000; FDA regulations, including FSMA rules and requirements as well as HACCP, testing and analysis, calibration, and auditing processes.  She is an approved FSMA Preventive Controls for Human Food instructor and a qualified SQF Practitioner.  Radojka is a graduate of Central University of Venezuela, BSc. Bioanalysis; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, MSc. Food Science.
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Radojka Barycki
Technical Training Manager
SCS Global Services

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