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Food Safety Summit Conference & Expo - Live Webinar Sessions

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5/1/13 8:00 am to 5/2/13 5:15 pm EST
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Contact: Jamie Tunison

On-Demand:

Price: $59.00 each or $199.00 for all 6 sessions

Webinar 1: Understanding and Controlling Norovirus

Webinar Objectives:

  • Have a better understanding of what makes human norovirus the 'perfect' pathogen based on virus structure, function, and basic characteristics of norovirus infections
  • Be able to identify the elements that contribute to a norovirus infection in retail food establishments, and how operators can specifically use routine cleaning, health policy, and quick action procedures and tools to mitigate these risks
  • Be able to identify effective strategies for educating and training their workforce about the control of noroviruses and identify the gaps in knowledge of food safety/public health professionals

Webinar 02: Solutions for allergen Control

Webinar Objectives:

  • Recognize the complexity of the allergen management issues in various industry segments
  • Identify the obstacles to allergen management and control and mitigation strategies
  • List key information/ criteria that will help you monitor and evaluate your own allergen management systems and options

Webinar 03: Smoking Guns – Effective Food Liability Programs

Webinar Objectives:

  • Learn from experienced professionals in the food, legal and insurance industries
  • Participate in an interactive setting on how best to prepare for, respond to and resolve food liability issues
  • Take away a new understanding of how to form and work with a food liability team

Webinar 04: Go onto the Farm: Review the Journey of an Agriculture Product Through Distribution

Webinar Objectives:

  • Learn how crops are grown without visiting the farm
  • Understand the challenges specific crops have with respect to quality and safety
  • Ask the experts in each crop specific questions you may have regarding their crops

Webinar 05: The GFSI Audit - Its Future, Its Acceptance & Its Implementation

Webinar Objectives:

  • Learn more about GFSI from its leaders
  • Hear from Food Companies who have used these programs
  • Ask questions and get answers about the value, usefulness and future of these auditing programs

Webinar 06: Food Safety 20 years After e.Coli 0157:H7

Webinar Objectives:

  • To provide a historical perspective on the changes in the meat industry since 1993, when 99% of all food safety cases were related to e.coli; today it is nearly 0% which is clear reflection of the work put in place from the meat industry
  • Learn about new "bugs" that are trickier to determine in such recent cases as in cookie dough, mangos and cantaloupe
  • There is still more to do - the industry needs to be more proactive to deal with pathogens which are causing outbreaks. Mr. Marler will provide tips on creating a food safety culture, making food safety a part of the decision not just focusing on shareholder concerns

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