How To Recover From a Food Safety Audit Fail

Food Manufacturing and Supply Chain, Food Safety and Regulation, Food ,
  • Wednesday, July 18, 2018 | 2pm EDT (11am PDT)
  • 60 min

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Judy Black, VP of Technical Services, Rentokil North America

Judy has worked in the pest management industry for over 29 years. She has authored many publications in trade magazines relating to pest management, food processing, facility management, healthcare, hotels, etc. Judy’s contributions have been recognized by the industry; she has been awarded the PCT/Syngenta Professional Products Crown Award for Technical Excellence, PCT/Syngenta Crown Leadership Award for contributions to the pest management industry, and NPMA Woman of Excellence Award.

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John Kukoly, Americas Director, BRC Global Standards

John is a senior member of the BRC Global Standards team, responsible for the BRC programs throughout the Americas. The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety and the BRC Global Standards are regarded around the world as the leading food safety and quality certification program. With over twenty years’ management experience in the food production and certification industry, with roles in production, quality, engineering, and auditing, John brings a wealth of experience and expertise to BRC and the GFSI technical working groups.

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Who Should Attend?

Professionals involved in the manufacturing, processing, shipping, storage and handling of food.

Relevant functions include Managers/Directors of:

  • Operations
  • Plant
  • Production
  • Safety
  • Quality Assurance (QA)
  • Quality Control (QC)
  • Quality Deployment
  • Continuous Improvement

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Rentokil Steritech

As regulations continually evolve, an enormous amount of pressure is put on food processing facilities to keep up with the stringent demands in order to remain compliant. Thorough documentation is needed to comply with third-party auditors or even internal quality programs, however many facilities still rely on manual records turns hard to find the right documents, and even result in losing important documentation.

As data has transformed the way companies make critical decisions, businesses should be looking to their vendors to provide them with useful data. That applies to pest control too. The benefit of partnering with a vendor that offers a robust online pest data management system is to automatically log pest control visits and have the results available in real time, providing a permanent, time-stamped record that can make your audit experience much more seamless.

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