Legislation Update Forum –
(MEMBERS ONLY)

1 Day Events
23 Nov

Selected news, views and solutions on the latest UK & EU legislation

Keeping up-to-date with UK & EU legislation is paramount for those working in the food industry, whether you are a leading retailer, advisory consultant or Technical Manager.  The Society of Food Hygiene and Technology recognises that staying in touch with rapidly changing requirements and maintaining an awareness of current legislation is critical.

To help our members stay alert to changes, the Society offer a legislation forum with industry leading experts to enable them to work through the minefield of information, offering solutions and guiding them to compliance.  Each forum will be held at the SOFHT Training Room as a morning session.

This is a free benefit to all our members and we welcome your attendance.  Help us lead the industry to compliance and consumer confidence.

Wednesday 23rd November 2016
Registration 9am. Forum 9.30am – 12.30pm
At: The Society of Food Hygiene and Technology, Middleton

This forum will discuss “The changing face of Enforcement” led by Jerry Houseago from NSF International

The criminal justice system was originally designed to ensure compliance by the “stick” approach of fines and imprisonment. Over time lower cost deterrents such as “name and shame “ evolved.  More recently achieving compliance through collaborative partnership and “crowd enforcement” have become the norm.

The Forum will discuss:

  • What enforcement works best in a modern world?
  • How can industry work with enforcement?
  • Who should pay for statutory inspections?
  • Does self-regulation work?

Reserve Your Place:

To reserve your place please contact SOFHT office or fax/email  the order form attached below  to the following address:

Post: The Society of Food Hygiene and Technology, The Granary, Middleton House Farm, Tamworth Road, Middleton, Staffordshire B78 2BD   Fax: 01827 875800  Email: admin@sofht.co.uk or Phone: 01827 872500

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