LEARN PRACTICAL STEPS AND APPROACHES TO FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT WITH ISO 22000

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Everyone in the food industry from multinational, multi-brand, multi-product manufacturers to a simple food truck serving a hungry public, is aware of the importance of food safety – and has to be.  Regulatory controls have long pushed the importance of this topic and that is a blessing and frustration – with everything else that has to be handled.  ISO 22000 is a way of organizing all of the controls you need in one place to effectively wrangle everything about food safety and ensure you meet those requirements and more importantly, excel at the objectives of safety

This webinar describes the standard and its approach to your assurance of safety.  Topics will include an overview of the standard and how it interacts with other ISO Standards and how it uses HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control point) to spearhead the organization’s optimal approach.  It includes a look at the requirements of a Prerequisite Program, Traceability, Emergency Preparedness, and Hazards Controls.

This introductory presentation will provide information about more in-depth resources and next steps.

Session Partner: Alaska MEP Manufacturing Solutions

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This session is hosted by our colleagues at Manufacturing Solutions, an Alaska-based Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP).

Session Presenter: Melodi Nelson

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Melodi Nelson is part of a team of management system experts with experience in the standards' application to a variety of industries. Melodi has performed extensive numbers of quality, environmental, security, medical, laboratory and aerospace management system audits. Melodi has real-life experience of Environmental Systems Management including participating in the development of a recycling center which lead to a county-wide recycling program in Western Wisconsin. Her background includes over 25 years of experience with certified organic consumer packaged goods, manufacturing and agricultural production. This included direct responsibility for internal audits and all international product and farm certifications.

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