Food Safety & Quality Planning

Know the Nuts and Bolts of Food Safety and Quality Process Controls

Food safety and quality are often treated as separate functions with separate and distinct objectives.  However, maintaining these as separate programs is not just inefficient, it is often ineffective.

Food safety generally focuses on preventive steps in the growing and handling process whereas quality focuses on the product’s appearance or taste. If you are at all confused by HACCP and HACCP requirements, you should attend this session to clearly understand a basic strategy for translating your processes and process controls from what you actually do into HACCP plans.  HACCP is unfortunately a confusing approach to solid food safety and quality process controls.  This session will help you to simply and quickly meet FSMA requirements for identifying and controlling hazards using your own language and your own processes.

Experts in the industry, however, argue that by creating a cohesive preventive plan, both safety and quality objectives can be achieved with much less effort and better results.

Join Dr. John M. Ryan, former Administrator of the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture’s Quality Assurance Division, for this webinar where he will walk you through a real world example, from start to finish, of just such a plan.

Topics covered include:

  • Defining, mapping and diagramming an operation
  • Potential Food Quality Process Concerns
  • Potential Food Safety Hazards
  • Potential Test Requirements
  • Worker, Facility and Management Controls
  • Flowcharting the quality and food safety processes
  • Food Safety and Quality Input Controls
  • Food Safety and Quality Process Controls
  • Harvest and Shipment Controls
  • Unknown Contaminants
  • Food Safety and Quality System Summaries

Register for this one-hour webinar to learn smart strategies for a more cohesive approach to food safety and quality.

Who Should Attend:

  • Food Quality Professionals
  • Farm Staff
  • Food Safety Professionals
  • Institute of Food Technology Members
  • American Society for Quality Members
  • Growers
  • Distributors
  • Packers
  • Food Processors
  • Food Safety Inspectors and Consultants
  • Food Safety Compliance Body Personnel
  • Governmental professionals concerned and involved with food systems approaches.
  • Food safety and quality control professionals interested in food safety and quality problems


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