Traceability and Controls to Reduce Risk and Recall

(Webinar length:  1hr 20min)

Overview:

This webinar will cover the concepts needed to enable the use of commonly collected data into a meaningful system designed to meet FDA, supply chain, and company requirements.  A complete integrated food safety system design will be reviewed.  An understanding of how to integrate data that food supply chain members already possess will enable players to protect their companies--the food they ship and the customers they serve. 

Risk reduction, supplier control, traceability and minimizing recall damage are all critical components of any food safety plan.  Regardless of a company’s position in the food supply chain, dependence on those companies one up and one down the ladder creates liability and exposure no one wants to think about.  

Areas covered in this webinar:

  • Legal Issues:  FSMA, FSIS, CGMP
  • Recall
  • Traceability Through Long Processes and Zones: (Farm, Blend Operations, Distribution, Picking Operations, Retail) 
  • Electronic Real-Time Traceability Systems
  • Integrated Food Safety System Design and Functionality 

Who will benefit from this webinar:

  • Food Safety Specialists
  • IT Personnel
  • Internal Food Safety and Quality Team Members
  • Warehouse receiving and shipping team members and process operators
  • Quality Assurance and Food Safety Management
  • Purchasing Agents
  • Recall Team Members
  • Auditors who review facility quality assurance and food safety programs
  • Customers who want to understand best practices that they should require of their suppliers
  • Executives for processing, transportation, retail and restaurant operations 

Presenter--Dr. John Ryan


Dr/ John Ryan

Dr. Ryan holds a Ph.D. in research and statistical methods.  He recently retired from his position as the Quality Administrator for the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture where he started the first RFID farm-to-distribution-to-retail traceability system.  The initial system was expanded to monitor air freighted produce temperature controls. His book entitled “Guide to Food Safety during Transportation:  Controls, Standards and Practices”, will soon be released.  He also specializes in providing container traceability and sanitation training and certification for food transporters.  He has published over fifty articles and has spent over thirty years at the vice president and executive director levels in operations and quality for a number of international corporations both in the United States and as an expatriate in a number of Asian countries. 

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