In a new era of globally recognised food safety frameworks and evidence-based regulatory systems; providing reliable evidence to support effective Food Safety & Quality Management systems can’t be that difficult surely?
We have evolved our systems, implemented new technology, empowered our staff through training, reinforced a supportive culture and introduced new testing. Yet, as we work through our risk assessments and validation exercises it is often the simple questions which still prove the most difficult to answer: how much is too much? how clean is clean?
Testing should provide the objective evidence management and auditors need to assess the effectiveness of factory Control plans. Whilst it is evident that new testing technology has enabled us to achieve a better understanding of the effectiveness of these controls, past events have revealed that interpreting the data from testing is often problematic. Therefore, how could we improve the situation?
Speakers will be delivering presentations on the following topics:
- Food Safety & Quality: providing the evidence
Richard Fielder, Bio-Check (UK)
- Testing for Contaminants: analytical compliance and data interpretation
Dionisis Theodosis, Eurofins Food & Water Testing UK & Ireland
Places are limited to 25 delegates to ensure that this remains an intimate and in-formative 1/2 day programme for all.
Cost: £50 + VAT (Members), £85 + VAT (Non-Members), £15 +VAT (Students) per delegate
Venue: SOFHT Training Room, The Granary, Middleton House Farm, Tamworth Road,
Middleton, Staffs, B78 2BD
Continental Breakfast Buffet and certificate of attendance are included in the price.