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Posted 03 April 2015 - 02:23 PM

Effectiveness and Efficiency in Food Safety Management
Presented by:
Oscar Rodriguez-GonzalezPhD, LSSBB, PAg, CFS, CSP, Rodriguez-Gonzalez Services

Taking place:
Friday, April 10, 2015 (03:00 PM - 04:00 PM GMT+1).  This is a 10 a.m. EDT Start.

Effectiveness and Efficiency are two concepts commonly used by continual improvement practitioners to focus their project efforts. In food safety effectiveness may be more important concept because achieving food safety targets is critical to ensure the integrity of food products. But efficiencies are also necessary for appropriate use of food safety management systems and techniques, and this type of improvements can make the use of food safety management systems more attractive to administrators and decision makers. The idea of this webinar is to review the areas of food safety management where improvements in effectiveness and efficiency can be made.


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Posted 13 April 2015 - 03:08 AM

As promised, this is a video explaining the risk analysis tool called Bow Tie Analysis


Bow Tie Analysis



The Hazard Spectrum is a "cheat sheet" that I have been working on recently (you can see it in the video at minute 35:50), is a way to facilitate the thinking about the potential hazards.

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