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Posted 12 May 2019 - 05:15 PM

3 easy steps and 2 tools in root cause identification for your FSMS
 
Taking place:
Friday, May 17, 2019 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time
This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenter:
Vladimir Surčinski, MSc in sanitary engineering, Quality Austria
 
Webinar Overview:
This free webinar will cover specific and practical knowledge on how to identify root causes for nonconformities happening in your food production. You will have opportunity to get familiar with the common tools in root cause identification and steps for implementation of the same. Through real life examples focus on Ishikawa diagram and FMEA basics will be presented, and you will have chance to use this tools on an easy way in everyday business. 
 
 


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Posted 17 May 2019 - 05:31 PM

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Jose Guadalupe Hernandez R : brainstorming 5 whys ishikawa
alyssa j : mainly in business school
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Jose Guadalupe Hernandez R : It seems like a very interesting tool
Thomas Schoenfeldt : This is a very effective tool for measuring risks@
Steven Snyder : it is just risk analysis just adding detection whan multiplying most of these will be in preventative programs and should be addressed in food safety plan
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Jose Guadalupe Hernandez R : Looks like a more developed risk analysis
Sherine Kanagasunderam : How do you come up with the RPN?
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Steven Snyder : p x s x d = rpn
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Steven Snyder : RPN is determined by the priority number bottom left
Dr.Seema M.A : can we say the ccp and RPN resemblance
Steven Snyder : Opps bottom right
suma lakshmana : whats the difference between FMEA & HACCP risk analysis
Giulianna Vieira : Thanks! :)
Steven Snyder : no CCP is measurable and inherent risk scientificly proven and preventable FMEA you are evaluating and quality problem to correct it.(non-conformance)
Sophia Finn : HACCP is specific to food safety, FMEA can be used for any risk.
Rokshanara Khatun : what are the recommend situation to use Fishbone and FMEA?
Shwetha H S : I think FMEA is useful in identifying CCPs and Ishikawa is only for RCA.
Sophia Finn : fishbone and FMEA are different - FMEA is proactive, fishbone/5why generally used when there is any issue and need to determine root cause, reactive process.
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Darla KILROY : On the example for FMEA if Improved state cannot be reduced to under 250 -- would creating CCP be the appropriate correction?
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Roberto Mendez : Whit FMEA  and Ishikawa i could use pareto chart in order to attend the higest score
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SUHAIL  BIN UMMER : I'm just a fresher to the industry. How far is this important at audit point of view.?
Sophia Finn : I love the idea of using FMEA as part of RCA and in food safety. Thank you!
Liz Lee : how long did it take to resolve this issue?
Patricia  Maldonado  : Thank you for explaining a very practical tool to improve RCA!
Shwetha H S : Is it better to use FMEA after CCP tree? Or better to use only one of them?
Liz Lee : this is a very good way to document all corrective actions and the followups if effective.  industry so many corrective actions that at one point which was the right action.
Shwetha H S : Is it better to use FMEA after CCP tree? Or better to use only one of them?
Sherine Kanagasunderam : Great content.  Thanks for the presentation.  Learned a lot:)  Happy Friday!
david gregerson : the band-aid effect. you must treat the illness not just the symptoms
Vivian Nguyen : Oh no! I thought this started at 11am EST but I guess it started at 10am :(
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Liz Lee : Thanks Vladimir.  FYI..we had the same issue with mold on sausage and appear to be seasonal occurrence.  In the end, we invested in UV light process.
Lauri Glasgow : Vivian, there will be a recording later.
Steven Snyder : great job, reinforced and explained items i was unsure of, thanks
Jose Guadalupe Hernandez R : This is great for RCA documentation!!! Thank you for the explanations.
EVA PANTOJA : Thank you for informative session.
Roberto Mendez : the value of high, medium, low  apply to all industies (food, drinks, .....) ?
Chris Thomas : only comment.  This will be a great tool to use in conjuction with your complaint systems and in eliminating these complaints
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Maricarmen Miranda : Are there templates in spanish for FMEA?
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Chris Thomas : Thank you and Have a great weekend!
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Sophia Finn : Thank you!
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