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#1 Simon

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Posted 22 November 2016 - 07:05 AM

As you know the Food Safety Fridays Webinars have been rolling for a couple of years now and over this time we've delivered 70 free educational webinars to our members from all over the world.  

 

Currently we're putting the program together for 2017 and at this time we'd like some input from members on what topics you'd like to see. Perhaps areas we haven't previously covered or an element of food safety management that you need help with.

 

We want to bring you another great program next year and we want you to shape it.

 

Please post your ideas below.

 

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#2 ChristinaG

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Posted 22 November 2016 - 06:52 PM

First off, thank you IFSQN and the sponsors for creating such valuable webinars!  :thumbup:

 

As for 2017's topics...here are my ideas:

  • 5S Methodology
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Training employees on food safety and quality
  • Internal Auditing
  • Certifying a Product as Organic/Halal/Kosher/non-GMO/etc.
  • Auditing Raw Material Suppliers

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Posted 23 November 2016 - 09:09 PM

Agreed, IFSQN gives fantastic webinars!

 

I would like more training on Food Packaging - what makes it food-grade, typical Food Safety Plans, auditing a Food Packaging Manufacturer, and any other hot topics.

 

Thank you all for a great 2016! 



#4 jmartin@svalmonds.com

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Posted 23 November 2016 - 09:20 PM

I would like more education on:

 

Organic certification

 

Conducting internal audits

 

environmental monitoring and in house pathogen testing

 

Thanks you provide a great service.

 



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Posted 23 November 2016 - 09:21 PM

I'd like to see webinars (especially in finding ways to maintain the systems, i.e. monitoring, effectiveness checks, etc. when staffing is limited)

  • Vendor Qualification/Approval
  • Management of Change
  • Deviations, investigations, corrective actions

 



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Posted 24 November 2016 - 04:59 AM

First of all thanks a lot for providing continuous learning tools to us. Some ideas from my side are:

 

1) Unannounced audits

2) Back to basics: golden points to remember in food processing industries 

3) Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) audits 

4) Organic food certification

5) Recent trends in colours and flavors

 

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Posted 24 November 2016 - 06:32 AM

I would like to thank IFSQN for the wonderful webinars. The way upcoming seminars are communicated and conducted are commentable. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to suggest the webinar topics;

 

My suggestions for 2017;

  • Continual Improvement of FSMS - Practical aspects
  • TACCP (Food defence) - key aspects
  • VACCP (Food fraud) - key aspects
  • Strategies and plans for building a strong Food Safety Culture and its evaluation
  • BRC standards - key aspects
  • Risk based microbiological testing plans for verification of FSMS

Thank you and kind regards

 

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#8 Simon

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Posted 24 November 2016 - 06:54 AM

Thanks all for the feedback and great suggestions.

 

Please keep them coming. :smile:

 

Thanks,
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Posted 24 November 2016 - 07:04 AM

Hi All,

 

The kinds of topics I would like to learn more about are: 

  • TACCP - what documentation should you have? 
  • How to deal with audit non-conformances that you or the Company simply cannot address
  • Allergen policies to the customer - what you are responsible for, what you are not.

Thanks

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Posted 24 November 2016 - 08:09 PM

Thank you for all your hard work in helping everyone around the world grow and improve in the Food Safety arena.

 

One recommendation would be to have real case study experiences related to the topics discussed.  For example, in HACCP/Preventive Controls, showing real life situations in industry with real solutions.  Much time is spent on foundation learning, rules, etc...  Maybe examples from common industries as well as some outlying industries.  Examples from Organic processing as well as synthetic/chemicals processing into food.



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Posted 24 November 2016 - 09:34 PM

As far as I know and from the Food Defense point of view, CARVER+Shock software is not recommended anymore by FDA for focussed risk assessment. It would be interesting to clarified -step by step- the best way to do the job now.



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Posted 25 November 2016 - 12:30 PM

Recently I have been given the responsibility to oversee the QA and SQF programs at an inline grading facility along with my job in an egg breaking facility. Coming from a food processing background, it seems that the grading facility standards are much lower than the expectations for any other food processing. It's my goal to change this, but I realize this is culture shock to those in the egg grading business and there are some things that just won't be treated the same.I would like to see:

  • How the FSMA requirements for Environmental Monitoring specifically affects a shell egg grading facility. What would a reasonable expectation be?
  • How to get a team to buy in to root cause analysis


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Posted 27 November 2016 - 11:53 PM

Mabuhay!

 

Thank you team for your very educative webinars!

 

Here are topics that we're interested in:

- Auditing Food Grade Packaging Materials
- What makes packaging food grade
- Auditing Suppliers for Food Safety
- best process internal audit approach
- Vendor Approval/ Accreditation
 
Happy 2017!,  :x_tongue:  :thumbup: 
 

Mabuhay!



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Posted 28 November 2016 - 03:48 PM

Love the webinars and hope they continue! It's an awesome resource for professionals and curious consumers.

 

  • Liability for proven and unproven contamination
  • Customer service, addressing complaints and resolving complaints with potential for illness or litigation from the QA side, not necessarily the business side
  • Prioritization of plant structural improvements and strategies
  • A rap session on answering consumer skepticism, e.g. how to share confidence in your food safety system with customers and consumers
  • Bringing food safety beyond food: specifics of auditing packaging and DPC material suppliers
  • Packaging and label printing technology educational overview, help QA understand the process and technology so we can audit better
  • "Red" ingredients, education on why consumers don't like particular additives, etc. so that we hear a perspective other than the FDA/industry one and can empathize
  • Walkthrough of process of responding to an FDA warning letter or 483.

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Posted 01 December 2016 - 09:33 AM

Hello Simon,

 

Webinar topics I'd like to be discussed:

 

1. From fork to plate traceability system

2. FSMA Major Role Updates

3. EU Regulations Updates

4. EMS

5. Food Defence vs Food Security

 

regards,

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#16 Simon

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Posted 08 December 2016 - 07:05 AM

Thanks for your ideas everyone; we've tried to incorporate as much as possible and will be issuing the outline schedule in the next week.

 

Regards,

Simon


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Posted 09 December 2016 - 04:47 AM

1. Design and development in terms of realization of products

2. How to be a QMR?

3. How to establish an Internal Audit?



#18 FurFarmandFork

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Posted 09 December 2016 - 04:50 PM

Had another one suggested from our management team.

 

How to introduce "shake ups" into your long standing inspections/procedures.

 

Get good audit grade, micro is going well=get complacent. How do you get staff to think about the system differently and question long-standing procedures that appear to be working in order to further improve? Most of us do this as new hires, but how do you get that same viewpoint 5 years later when all the procedures are yours?


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#19 Simon

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Posted 09 December 2016 - 04:55 PM

Good call Earth 20, keeping the momentum going, reinvigorating, refreshing, continual improvement etc.


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