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#1 Simon

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 06:46 PM

Reducing Waste & Improving Efficiencies In Product Inspection

Taking place:
Friday, February 16, 2018 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time
This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenter:
Robert Rogers, Senior Advisor Food Safety & Regulation, Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection Division
 
Webinar Overview:
Waste is a thorn in the side of food producers everywhere. It can be a problem during many stages of production and certain processes, such as product inspection, contribute to 'acceptable' levels of waste every day, but should it be acceptable? Wasted time or product equals wasted money. We will explore the benefits of inspection throughout the process, advancement in product inspection capabilities as well as development of best practices to reduce waste and improve efficiencies in you product inspection programs. 
 
 

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Posted 16 February 2018 - 07:22 PM

Chat logs from today's webinar:

 

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alyssa : good morning from New Mexico
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Monika : Hi Monika from Toronto, Canada
Kevin : Good Morning from Los Angeles
Ahmed : Good Evening from Egypt!
Jema : Hi from Lagos,, Nigeria
Craig Brown : Hello
John : Hello from Pasco, Wa.
Sarwat Mohiuddin : Hi this is Sarwat from Canada
Craig : Hello
KYRIAKOS : Good evening from Greece!!
Jessica Horne : Good morning from Texas!
alyssa : Always a great and informative presenter!  :)
Georgette Gordon : Hi ....This is Georgette from Canada
Constantine : Hello from Russia
Steve Kraynak : Greg from Pittsburgh-hey hey-AZ
Xiaoyun Fang  : Hello from salt lake city
Xiaoyun Fang  : Also from China 
Juan Alberto : helllo everyone!!
Nacer  Eddine : hello, Nacer from ottawa
Jamie : Jamie from Indiana
Marisol : hello from North Carolina USA
Petr : Hello from Czech Republic :)
Juanita : Good morning from California
Jessica Horne : Hello everyone
Stephanie  : Good morning from Tennessee
Tammy Howard : Hello
vesna : Hello from Croatia!!
sarah : hello from lebanon
Jackie : howdy from Dave's Killer Breadquarters
Jeff : Hello fromTexas
David Levy : Shalom EB from ISRAEL!!!
Noah : Hi from Noah in Papua New Guinea.
Richard : Hello from Leeds, England
carole : Hello from Manchester in the  UK 
Maribel : nice evening from the Philippines
Shantnu : Hello to IFSQN TEAM...Shantnu, New Delhi
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Melinda : Greetings and salutations from Madera, CA
Anibal Grasso : Hello, from Uruguay - South America.
Fatima : Hi, Fatima from Abu Dhabi
bev : Happy Friday from SoCal!
Edith : Edith dron@
Senoussi Coulibaly  : hello from Abidjan
Hadi : Hi everybody
Edith : Edith@
Murali : Hello, Murali from India.
Steve Kraynak : is anyone having connection problems?
Emma Fonseca  : hello from México
Senoussi Coulibaly  : I am Senoussi
Solara Elmutasim : yes I'm having a problem 
Frank Aguirre : Hello from sunny SoCal
Asif Ejaz : Hi everybody
Simon Timperley : If you have a problem see the file in the sidebar. Attendee Webinar Checklist.
Jennifer : Good morning from Idaho. Is there audio yet?
ana : Hello from San Diego
James : Hello from Quebec, Canada!
Vanda : Good morning from Mooresville, NC!!
Navaneethan : hi
Yehia : hi
Muhammed Zahir Ghori  : Hi.This is M.Z. Ghori
Nadir Ahmed : hi everybody
Hany Shaker : hello everyone.
Omar : Hello
Asif Ejaz : Re-connection Problem.
Solara Elmutasim : Hello, I really cant here anything ...will this webinar be recorded ?
Patricia : No sound
Simon Timperley : Asif, if reconnecting does not work, check the attendee webinar checklist for solutions.
alyssa : For some of our products, it is a better production value to give away a heavier weight than the cost in labor, pkg and time to rework it
Ayman : Hi from Egypt everyone !
Christina Albers : connection problem; I had to switch over to Chrome browser
Tammy Howard : Same here
Simon Timperley : if you read the attendee webinar checklist it says chrome or firefox
Akram mohamed Ibrahim  : hi
Betzy Gil : Greetings from Maracay, Venezuela
Frank Aguirre : Does everyone keep metal off of their metal detector?
Constantine : What do you mean, Frank?
Senoussi Coulibaly  : what is the team work in this process?
April Thessa Diaz : April here from Philippines. Great day everyone!
James : How much does one HOLD cost? How much does one recall cost? especially if you may loose half of your customers because of a recall?
Constantine : )) good point
Antonio Gilges : Will testing od the MDs every 4-8 or even 12 hours be acceptable by the CB-SQF?
Sumeet : Antonio, testing of metal detector every 4 hrs may not be an issue but the point is how much product you want to put on hold in case metal detector does not work while testing
Chillida M.L. : Hi from Spain
christian : Can we please get a copy of these slides.  Thanks
Simon Timperley : slide deck and recording emailed later
Karen : no sound'
Senoussi Coulibaly  : please you need to reconnect
Karen : sound is still intermittent
Frank Aguirre : How many have a lock box on their metal detector collection container?
alyssa : Metal detectors or other physical contaminant detection technologies shall be routinely monitored, validated and verified for operational effectiveness.  The equipment shall be designed to isolate defective product and indicate when it is rejected.   SQF 11.7.6.2 Detection of Foreign Objects
Senoussi Coulibaly  : what is the minimum %  of the waste acceptable
Yusuf Lubega : Great presentation. We use Mettler Toldeo for our annual calibration of metal detectors. Great company.
Constantine : Thanks a lot!
Esperanza  : It's true.we should analyse data
Frank Aguirre : Is it ok to set the test sphere on top of the item or should it be within?
Juan Alberto : Foreign Material Systems and the relationship.  Are those systems helps us with the OEE indicator?
James : Most difficult place for the metal detector to read is at the geometric center of the apature
Iryna Dyachenko : we lock our MD boxes as a part of the food defense requirements
Jimmy : In my experience the supermarkets have requirements on when and how you carryout metal tests
Paul : I recently investigated a customer complaint concerning product contamination with hard glass. I found out that the pieces of glass which the customer claimed were found in the product could be detected by our metal detectors. All control measures including metal detector tests were taken during the production. How would you handle such a complaint?
Iryna Dyachenko : What OEE stands for?
Mwenda : OEE stand for Overall equipment effectiveness.
Sarwat Mohiuddin : OEE means Operational Equipment Effectiveness
Mwenda : OEE is a multiplier of three
Jessica Horne : OEE means Overall Equipment Efficiency
Antonio Gilges : We have itmes containing up to 30% by weight of salt and have difficulties adjusting the MD, any idea how can we improve this? have multiple rejects due to salt contens in product
Wrayanne Cruz : can we get a copy of your presentation?
Paul : Is reducing metal detector testing frequency to increase productivity not loophole in monitoring the production process?
Simon Timperley : OEE = Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Patricia : No sound or video
Jamie : I refreshed my page and got it back
Simon Timperley : yes Wrayanne  we will send it by email later
Senoussi Coulibaly  : thanks
Fatima : Many Thanks
Patricia : Thank you, Robert!
Kunle : enligthened.
Antonio Zecevic : thanks
David Levy : Thanks!
Jimmy : Top Webnar - thank you! Jimmy
Paul Garcia : Also let's not forget our customer requirements on MD testing frequencies
Jessica Horne : Thanks have a great day!
Juan Alberto : Excellent webinar!!!!.  
Andreas : excellent
Jennifer : Thanks so much for a great webinar!
Antonio Gilges : Thanks good presentation
James : The back end risk can be so high with reduced frequencies of challenges
Senoussi Coulibaly  : thanks Robert
Heida  : Thanks. Great webinar
Jimmy : Cheers Simon

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#3 SunilDogra

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Posted 19 March 2019 - 05:43 AM

Product inspection is important. So that product wastage reduce and also reduce the food wastage.







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